Smith-Marriott baronets

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The Smith, later Smith-Marriott Baronetcy, of Sydling St Nicholas in the County of Dorset,[1] is a title in the Baronetage of Great Britain. It was created on 1 June 1774 for John Smith, High Sheriff of Dorset in 1772. The second Baronet married Elizabeth Anne, daughter of Reverend James Marriott. The fourth Baronet assumed by Royal sign-manual the additional surname of Marriott. The fifth Baronet was High Sheriff of Dorset in 1873.

Sir Edmund Charles Wyldbore Smith (1877–1938), son of Reverend Francis Smith, fourth son of the second Baronet, was a civil servant, diplomat, and businessman.

Smith, later Smith-Marriott baronets, of Sydling St Nicholas (1774)[edit]

The heir apparent is the present holder's son Martin Ralph Smith-Marriott (born 1962).


  1. ^ London Gazette no. 11453. p.1
  2. ^ "Sir Hugh Cavendish Smith-Marriott, 11th Baronet 1925–2013". Peerage News.


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