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Richard Dyott (died 1891) Dyott stood unsuccessfully for parliament at South Staffordshire in August 1837, and at Lichfield in July 1841. In 1842 he retired from the army on half-pay. He was a Deputy Lieutenant and J.P. for Staffordshire and was High Sheriff of Staffordshire in 1856. He was Lieutenant-colonel of the Staffordshire Militia.
Richard Dyott (died 1660) Dyott was knighted and was a member of the privy council of King Charles at York. He was High Steward of Lichfield and Chancellor of the County Palatine of Durham.
Richard Dyott (died 1677) Richard Dyott (1619 – 5 November 1677) was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1667 and 1677. He was a Royalist soldier who fought in the English Civil War.
Richard Dyott (died 1660) Sir Richard Dyott (c. 1591 – 8 March 1660) was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1623 and 1640. He was a Royalist during the English Civil War.
Richard Dyott (died 1660) In 1623 Dyott was elected Member of Parliament for Stafford for two parliaments, and then in 1625 was elected Member of Parliament for Lichfield. He held the seat until 1629 when King Charles I decided to rule without parliament. In April1640 he was re-elected for Lichfield for the Short Parliament.
Richard Dyott (died 1677) In 1667 Dyott was elected Member of Parliament for Lichfield. He held the seat until his death in 1677.
Richard Dyott (died 1891) Dyott married Ellen Catherine Foster, daughter of Charles Smith Foster of Lysway's Hall, Lichfield in 1849.
Richard Dyott (died 1677) Dyott was the son of Richard Dyott of Freeford Manor, near Lichfield and his wife Dorothy Dorrington, daughter of Richard Dorrington of Stafford. He was captain of the Lichfield Volunteers who fought for King Charles I at the Battle of Edgehill. He accompanied the royal family to the Netherlands during the Commonwealth and returned to England shortly before the Restoration.
Richard Dyott (died 1677) Dyott married firstly on 7 February 1664 Katherine Gresley, daughter of Thomas Gresley of Drakelow. He married secondly on 28 April 1670 Anne Greene, by whom he had a son Richard.
Richard Dyott (died 1719) Richard Dyott (9 May 1667 – 13 May 1719) was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons in three periods between 1690 and 1710.