Bagot, Richard a prelate of the Church of England, was born in 1782. He was the third son of the first lord Bagot; was educated at Rugby School, thence went to Christ Church, Oxford, and in 1804 became fellow of All-Souls' College. He was consecrated bishop of Oxford in 1829, and was transferred to the bishopric of Bath and Wells in 1845. He died at Brighton, England, May 15, 1854. He was not distinguished intellectually, but was courteous and noble-hearted. See Amer. Quar. Church Rev. 1854, p. 465.