Birth: 10 February 1637
Place or Registered Place of Birth: Barton, East Uxbridge, Middlesex
Baptism: Not Known
Place of Baptism: Not Known
Death: 26 February 1713 - Aged 76
Place or Registered Place of Death: Bloomsbury Sq, Holborn, London, Middlesex
Date of Burial: 20 March 1713
Place of Burial: St Giles Fields, Holborn, London, Middlesex
Father: William Paget
Mother: Frances Rich
2. Isabel Irby
Date of Marriage:
1. 20 July 1661
2. 1683 - Circa
Place or Registered Place of Marriage: Not Known
Marriage to Frances Pierrepoint:
Marriage to Isabel Irby:
William Paget (1685-Died Young)
William Paget, 6th Baron Paget (10 February 1637 – 26 February 1713) was an English peer and Ambassador.
Paget was English ambassador to Vienna between 1689 and 1692 and Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire in Constantinople between 1692 and 1702, during which time he was central to the negotiation of the Treaty of Carlowitz between the Ottomans and the Habsburgs. His cousin, the poet Aaron Hill, visited him in Constantinople.
Paget owned considerable estates in Staffordshire, particularly around Burton on Trent. In 1699, he obtained an Act of Parliament to extend navigation on the River Trent from Nottingham up to Burton, but nothing was immediately done. In 1711, Lord Paget leased his rights to George Hayne, who carried out improvements, quickly opening the river to Burton and stimulating the export of Burton Ale.
6th Baron of Beaudesert