Birth: 1836 - Circa

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Loughborough, Leicestershire

Baptism: 9 January 1836

Place of Baptism: Presbyterian, Loughborough and Mount Sorrel, Leicester

Death: 17 April 1919

Place or Registered Place of Death: Loughborough, Leicestershire

Place of Burial: St. Anne, Sutton Bonnington, Leicestershire

Father: William Paget

Mother: Frances Anne Parkes

Spouse(s): Eliza Crowe

Date of Marriage: 4 September 1872

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: Dromore, County Clare, Ireland

Children:

Frances Alice Paget (1877-)
William Edmund Paget (1879-1928)
Edith Muriel Paget (1880-1958)
Gertrude Mary Paget (1873-1958)

Notes:

Sutton Bonnington
.........William Byerley Paget, gave the land in St Anne's Lane and built the Village Hall in 1908. Like Sir Ernest he was prominent in county affairs, being High Sheriff of Leicestershire about 1890, a magistrate, county councillor and Joint Master of the Quorn Hunt (1886-1893). He distributed coal and potatoes in winter to the elderly who lived in Sutton St Anne's parish and gave money for the needy of St Michael's at Christmas.

Wymeswold in 1900
Alec Moretti
........The chief inhabitants of the village were the Vicar and the bigger farmers, though there was a Lord of the Manor, William Byerley Paget, but he lived at Nanpantan. and leased out his land in Wymeswold mostly to Walter Holwell who lived at Manor House Farm in Far Street farming 120 acres. The Lord of the Manor also owned a dozen or so cottages, mostly in London Lane, which were occupied on a "copyhold" lease, with the tenant paying the Lord of the Manor a small annual rent. These cottages and those at the bottom of Narrow Lane paid 6 pence a year each. The most expensive was one of the cottages at the corner of London Lane whose tenant, Hussey Allen, paid 2/6d a year as copyhold rent............

The United Service Magazine, Volume 113 - January 1867
War Office, Pall Mall, Dec. 14.
Commissions Signed by Lords Lieutenant
Southern Regiment of Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Cavalry
William Byerly Paget, gent. to be corn. vice Gill promoted; Dec. 8.

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1841 Census:

Nottinghamshire
St. Ann Sutton Bonington
William Paget - 30
Frances Paget - 25
William Paget - 5
Frances Paget 2

1861 Census:

Cliff House, Sutton Bonington, St. Ann, Nottinghamshire
William Paget - Head - 53 - Landede proprietor and farmer of 620 acres, employing 24 men, 9 women & 14 boys - Spinner of ??? cotten and silk, Manufacturer of cotton hosiery. Coal miner.....
Frances Anne Paget - wife - 47
William Byerly Paget - son - 25 - cotton spinner
Herbert Byng Paget - son - 15 - Scholar
John Henry Paget - son 13 - Scholar
Edith Paget - Daughter - 5

1871 Census:

Main Street Sutton Hall
Sutton Bonington St. Michael End
George E. Paget - Head - 29 - 1842 - Nottinghamshire
Sophia Paget - Wife - 25 - 1846 - London
Hilda S. Paget - Daughter - 5 - 1856
William B. Paget - Visitor - 35 - 1836 - Nottinghamshire

1881 Census:

Southfield Road, Loughborough, Leicestershire
William Byerley Pagett - Head - Married - 45 - Magistrate - Loughborough
Eliza Pagett - Wife - 32 - 1849 - County Clare, Dromore, Ireland
Gertrude Mary Pagett - Daughter - 7 - Scholar - Dublin, Ireland
Frances Alice Pagett - Daughter - 3 - Dublin, Ireland
William Edmund Pagett - Son - 1 - Loughborough
Edith Muriel Pagett - Daughter - 0 - 1881 - Loughborough

1891 Census:

Pack Horse Lane, Southfield, Loughborough
William B. Paget - Head - 55 - 1836 - Living on His Own Means
Eliza Paget - Wife - 41 - 1850 - Ireland
Frances A. Paget - Daughter - 13 - Scholar - Ireland
William E. Paget - Son - 11 - 1880 - Scholar - Loughborough
Edith M. Paget - Daughter - 10 - 1881 - Loughborough

1901 Census:

Southfield House, Southfield Road, Loughborough
William B. Paget - Head - 65 - Magistrate Living on Own Means
Eliza Paget - wife - 51 - County Clare, Ireland
Gertrude M. Paget - Daughter - 27 - 1874 - Dublin, Ireland
William E. Paget - Son - 21 - 1880 - Loughborough
Edith Muriel Paget - Daughter - 20 - 1881 - Loughborough

1911 Census:

Southfield, Loughborough, Leicestershire
William Byerley Paget - Head - 75 - Married 38 years - 4 children, all surviving - Private Means - Loughborough
Eliza Paget - Wife - 61 - Co. Clare, Ruan
Edith Muriel Paget - Daughter - 30 - Single - Loughborough

William Byerley Paget