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Sir John Ramsden (1699-1769) was the 3rd Baronet of Byram and an M.P. for Appleby, Westmorland.
He died "after an illness of eight days" at Byram in April 1769. His wife, Margaret (née Norton), died in London in May 1775.
He was succeeded by his son, John Ramsden (1755-1839) who became the 4th Baronet of Byram.
He was responsible for the erection of a number of buildings and other works in Huddersfield, including:
Notes and References
- ↑ Leeds Intelligencer (11/Apr/1769).
- ↑ Leeds Intelligencer (06/Jun/1775).