Sir Lynch Cotton, 4th Baronet
He was the son of Sir Thomas Cotton and his wife Philadelphia Lynch. He was the younger brother of the 3rd Baronet, Robert Salusbury Cotton who predeceased him without issue in 1748 and whom he thereby succeeded as 4th Baronet. He married a distant cousin, Elizabeth Abigail Cotton. 
He had four sons and was succeeded by his eldest son, Sir Robert Salusbury Cotton, 5th Baronet.
- "COTTON, Sir Lynch Salusbury, 4th Bt. (c.1705-75), of Combermere, Cheshire and Llewenny, Denb". History of Parliament Onlineaccessdate=3 October 2018.
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- Boswell, James (1831), The Life of Samuel Johnson (Volume 3), J. Murray
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