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Sir William Roberts, 1st Baronet

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Sir William Roberts, 1st Baronet (21 June 1638 – 14 March 1688), of Willesden in Middlesex, was an English landowner and politician.

The son of Sir William Roberts, a Member of Parliament and of Cromwell's House of Peers during the English Commonwealth, Roberts was created a baronet on 4 October 1661. The following year, on his father's death, he inherited considerable property in what is now North London which was, however, much encumbered with mortgages and legacies. Described as a "very careless man", he dissipated his fortune, engaging in litigation against his mother over the disposal of his father's bequests, and falling deeper and deeper into debt. He sold an estate at Kilburn in 1664, two estates in Harlesden in 1665–1666 and 1671, and he was preparing to pay his debts by selling Oxgate when he died in 1688. The family seat of Neasden House he never sold, but mortgaged it so recklessly that it passed into the temporary possession of the mortgagee.

He was succeeded in the baronetcy by his son, also called William.

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Parliament of England
Preceded by
Sir Lancelot Lake
Sir Thomas Allen
Member of Parliament for Middlesex
1679–1685
With: Sir Robert Peyton 1679–1681
Robert Atkyns 1681
Nicholas Raynton 1681–1685
Succeeded by
Sir Charles Gerard, 3rd Bt
Ralph Hawtrey
Baronetage of England
New creation Baronet
(of Willesdon)
1661–1688
Succeeded by
William Roberts


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