Sir Herbert Lidiard (September 1864 - 14 July 1941) was a politician in the Paddington area.
The son of John Lidiard, a justice of the peace from Clapham Common, he entered local politics in 1900 when he became the first Mayor of Wandsworth. He was subsequently a member of Paddington Borough Council, and was Mayor of Paddington on three occasions.
He was knighted in the 1923 Birthday Honours for "public and political services in Paddington".
He was the chairman of the South Paddington Conservative Association and Ruling Counsellor Paddington Habitations Primrose League. In 1930 he was the unsuccessful Conservative candidate in a by-election at South Paddington.
Details of a plaque here 
His wife's tomb can be seen here .