Sir Robert Hildyard, 2nd Baronet

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Sir Robert Hildyard, 2nd Baronet (1671 – 30 November 1729), of Patrington and Winestead in the East Riding of Yorkshire, was an English landowner and Member of Parliament.

He was the eldest son of Christopher Hildyard; he succeeded to the baronetcy on the death of his grandfather, Sir Robert Hildyard, 1st Baronet on 7 March 1685. He served in Parliament as member for Hedon from December 1701 to July 1702. He was responsible for building Winestead Hall.[1]

He never married. On his death in 1729, the baronetcy passed to his nephew, Sir Robert Hildyard, 3rd Baronet.

References

  1. Hildyard family, of Winestead, University Archives, Hull University
Parliament of England
Preceded by
Anthony Duncombe
Sir Robert Bedingfield
Member of Parliament for Hedon
with Anthony Duncombe

1701–1702
Succeeded by
Sir Charles Duncombe
Henry Guy
Baronetage of England
Preceded by
Robert Hildyard
Baronet
(of Patrington)
1685-1729
Succeeded by
Robert Hildyard