Birth: 1747 - Circa

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Not Known

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: 15 September 1827

Place or Registered Place of Death: Tamworth, Warwickshire

Father: Not Known

Mother: Not Known

Spouse(s): Charlotta Harding

Date of Marriage: 1770 - Circa

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: Not Known

Children:

John Byng (1771-1844)
Mary Byng (1772-1859)
Elizabeth Byng (1774-1829)
Thomas Byng (1775-)
Ann Byng (1777-1806)
Henrietta Byng (1779-)

Notes:

John was a Unitarian or Protestant dissenting minister of Tamworth, Staffs from 1768-1821. He was educated at Daventry Academy and died at Tamworth in 1827. He marrried in 1770 Charlotte Harding, granddaughter of the cousin of Thomas Guy, the founder of Guy's hospital.

Three Paget sons married three Byng daughters.

Jackson's Oxford Journal (Oxford, England), Saturday, September 15, 1827; Issue 3881
At Tamworth, in his 81st year, the Rev. John Byng, who for upwards of half a century has been Minister of a Congregation of Protestant Dissenters in that town.

The National Archives
Lease for a year from the Rev. John Byng, of the Borough of Tamworth, co. War., co. Staff., protestant dissenting minister, William Parker late of Sunbury co. Middlesex, now of the city of Worcester, esq., and Richard Howard of Elford co. Staff., esq., a messuage and Farm called Broadfields farm in the liberty of Oakley in the parish of Croxall co. Staff. 15 May 1812

Release from William Parker, late of Sunbury co. Middlesex, now of the City of Worcester, esq., Mary his wife, the Rev. John Byng of the Borough of Tamworth, co. War., co. Staff., Protestant dissenting minister to Richard Howard of Elford co. Staff., esq., of a messuage and farm called Broadfields Farm in the liberty of Oakley in the parish of Croxall, co. Staff. 16 May 1812

Indenture between Charles Oakes of Tamworth, co. Staff. and War., esq., William Parker of Sunbury co. Middlesex esq., the Rev. John Byng, of Tamworth, protestant dessenting minister and William Harding of Tamworth Banker, being a release to the said John Byng of a messuage and lands in the Liberty of Okeley in the parish of Croxall co. Staff., to the use of the said William Parker. 5 April 1798

Lease for a year from Charles Oakes of Tamworth, co. Staff., and co. War., esq., and William Parker of Sunbury co. Middlesex esq., to the Rev. John Byng of Tamworth, protestant dissenting minister, of a messuage and lands in Okeley in Croxall, co. Staff. 4 April 1798.

Rev. John Byng