Birth: 1707 - Circa

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Sanford, West Felton, Shropshire

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: 7 February 1766

Place or Registered Place of Death: Plas Newydd, Isle of Anglesey, Wales

Place of Burial: Llanldwen, Anglesey, Wales

Father: Thomas Paget

Mother: Mary Whitcombe

Spouse(s): Nicholas Bayly

Date of Marriage: 19 April 1737

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: Not Known


Henry Bayly Paget (1744-1812)
Colonel Sir Nicholas Bayly (1748-1812)
Captain Paget Bayly (-1804)
Dorothea Bayly (1739-1764)
Caroline Bayly (-1786)


Caroline died intestate and her estate was administered on 22 August 1766.

Caroline Paget married Sir Nicolas Bayly of Plas Newydd, in the county of Anglesey, of which he had been M.P. for several Parliaments, Custos Rotulorum, and in the second year of George III was made Lord-Lieutenant.

Sir Nicholas was the second Baronet of an influential family, which traced back its origin to Lewis Bayly, Bishop of Bangor, who is claimed to be of an old Scottish family. He came into England with James I. Bishop Bayly was noted for his piety and for his powers as a preacher. His book on the Practice of Piety had a wide popularity, and is said to have been the first cause of the conversion of John Bunyan. A copy of this old work is in the possession of my cousin Claude Paget, and I have read parts of it with great interest.

Lloyd's Evening Post, Monday March 24, 1766
The Lady of Sir Nicholas Bayley, Bart. at Plas Newydd, in the Isle of Anglesey.

Caroline Paget