Villiers Spencer Bagot 326
- Born: 7 April 1847, St. George's, London 54
- Died: 24 March 1929, Charles Street, Berkeley Square, London aged 81 54
Found in The Times, March 26, 1929
Lieutenant-Colonel Villiers Spencer Bagot died on Sunday as the result
of an accident at his residence in Charles-street, Berkeley-square, at
the age of 81. Born on April 7, 1847, he was the younger son of
Major-General E. R. Bagot, and grandson of the Hon. Richard Bagot, who
held the Bishopric of Oxford with the Deanery of Canterbury, and was
afterwards Bishop of Bath and Wells. Since the death of his elder
brother, Lieutenant-Colonel Ponsonby Bagot, the Scots Guards, in 1921,
he had been heir presumptive of his second cousin, the present Lord
Bagot. He was formerly major, 3rd Battalion The Rifle Brigade, and
retired as lieutenant-colonel in 1885. He was unmarried, and the next
heir is his couisn Claud Leveson Bagot, son of the late Vice-Admiral
Henry Bagot, who was born in 1865.
Noted events in his life were:
1. He appeared on the census in 1851 in 34 Eaton Square, Knightsbridge, London.
2. Passenger list: 16 September 1893, SS New York, Southampton To New York.
3. Census UK 1911: 1911, 26 Charles Street, London.
4. He had an estate probated on 2 May 1929 in London.