Richard Taylor (died 1699)
Richard Taylor (c.1649 – 20 April 1699) was an English Member of Parliament.
He was the only son of Major Samuel Taylor of Wallingwells Priory, Nottinghamshire. He succeeded his father in 1679.
He died in 1699 and was buried at Carlton. He had married Bridget, the daughter of Sir Ralph Knight of Langold and Warsop, Nottinghamshire, with whom he had a son, whom he outlived, and a daughter also named Bridget who married Thomas White and was the mother of John and Taylor White. On Taylor's death, the family seat at Wallingwells passed to his daughter Bridget and became the main seat of the White family.
- "TAYLOR, Richard (c.1649-99), of Wallingwells, Notts". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 22 March 2013.
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