Sir Thomas Cotton, 2nd Baronet, of Combermere
Sir Thomas Cotton, 2nd Baronet (c. 1672 – 12 June 1715) was an English peer and officer of the Crown.
He was born the son of Sir Robert Cotton and Hester Salusbury, daughter of Royalist politician and soldier Sir Thomas Salusbury. Sheriff of Cheshire from 1712 to 1713, he succeeded to the Cotton Baronetcy on 17 December 1712.
- Thomas Salusbury. Heir apparent. c. 1691 – 1710
- Henry (born c.1692). Died young.
- Anne (born c. 1693) Died young.
- Sir Robert Salusbury, inherited his father's title as 3rd Baronet.
- Philadelphia (born 19 March 1698), married Thomas Boycott of Hinton, Shropshire
- Stephen Salusbury (1700–1727)
- Hugh Calveley, (born c. 1701 – 24 June1702)
- John Salusbury (1708–1730)
- Sophia (born c. 1704 – died c. 1756, unmarried)
- Sir Lynch Salusbury (born c. 1706 – 14 August 1775), inherited his brother's title as 4th Baronet.
- Hester Maria (born c. 1707 – 20August 1733) married John Salusbury of Bachecraig, Flint
- Sidney Arabella (female), (born c. 1709 – 30 January 1781) died unmarried.
- George Calveley (born c. 1710-1715)
- William Salusbury (born c. 1712 – died c. 1715)
- Vere (female), (born c. 1713 – 23 September 1730)
- Henry Salusbury (born c. 1714 – ?), died young
- Burke, Bernard (1869). A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire. London: Harrison.
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