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Coach Panel of the 2nd Baron Bagot, 1810
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Coach Panel of the 2nd Baron Bagot, 1810

Measurements: Overall: 26cm (10in) x 23cm (9in)



Polychrome coach panel displaying the arms of the arms of Lord Bagot impaling those of his first wife the Hon Emily Fitzroy and his second wife Lady Louisa Legge.

William Bagot, 2nd Baron Bagot (1773-1856) was educated at Westminster School and Christ Church, Oxford. He married twice; firstly the Hon. Emily Fitzroy, daughter of Lieutenant General Charles Fitzroy, 1st Baron Southampton, a vetran of the Seven Years War and a descendant of King Charles II and his mistress Barbara Villiers. Bagot married secondly (after the death in 1800 of his first wife) Lady Louisa Legge, daughter of George Legge, 3rd Earl of Dartrmouth, a politician and Fellow of the Royal Society who appears in Zoffany’s painting the Tribuna of the Uffizi.
Lord Bagot was a Fellow of Society of Antiquaries and a genealogist who penned his family history, Memorials of the Bagot Family, published in 1823. Lord Bagot died at the family seat in Blithfield, Staffordshire and was succeeded by his eldest son by his second wife.