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    WALWYN, John (by 1520-66 or later), of Aylesbury, Bucks.

    WALWYN, John (by 1520-66 or later), of Aylesbury, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Aylesbury Jan.-Sept. 1554. Biography Walwyn’s family was of marcher origin but his father settled in Buckinghamshire. The career traditionally pursued by his family

    AYLESBURY, Robert.

    AYLESBURY, Robert. Constituency Dates Bridgnorth May 1421 Biography Unidentified.H.T. Weyman's suggestion (Trans. Salop Arch. Soc.(ser. 4), v. 36), that Aylesbury was of 'Blatherwyck', Staffs. appears unverifiable.

    Aylesbury

    Aylesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in inhabitant householders and, by Act of Parliament in 1804 (44 Geo. III, c. 60), 40s. freeholders in the hundreds of Risborough, Stone and Aylesbury Estimated number qualified to vote: about 1,400 GEORGE

    Aylesbury

    Aylesbury Borough Background Information HUMPHREY MOSELEY 1554 (Apr.) THOMAS SMITH II 1554 (Apr.) WILLIAM RICE 1554 (Nov.) JOHN WALWYN 1554 (Nov.) WILLIAM RICE 1555 ANTHONY RESTWOLD 1555 (not known) 1558

    Aylesbury

    Aylesbury Borough Background Information ARTHUR PORTER 17 Jan. 1559 THOMAS CRAWLEY 17 Jan. 1559 EDWARD OLDSWORTH vice� Crawley, deceased Feb. 1559 THOMAS SACKVILLE 1562/3 THOMAS COLSHILL 1562/3 THOMAS LICHFIELD 1571 EDMUND DOCKWRA 1571 THOMAS LICHFIELD 9 Apr. 1572 GEORGE

    Aylesbury

    Aylesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the inhabitant householders not receiving alms THOMAS LEE I c. 28 Mar. 1660 RICHARD INGOLDSBY c. 28 Mar. 1660 Thomas Scott c. 28 Mar. 1660 (SIR) THOMAS LEE I 20 Mar.

    Aylesbury

    Aylesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in inhabitant householders NATHANIEL MEAD 26 Jan. 1715 JOHN DEACLE 26 Jan. 1715 Simon Harcourt 26 Jan. 1715 Philip Herbert 26 Jan. 1715 TREVOR HILL 30 Apr. 1715 vice Deacle, chose to

    Aylesbury

    Aylesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in inhabitant householders and, by Act of Parliament in 1804 (44 Geo. III, c.60), 40s. freeholders in the hundreds of Risborough, Stone and Aylesbury SCROPE BERNARD 16 June 1790 GERARD LAKE 16 June

    Aylesbury

    Aylesbury Double Borough Background Information Right of Election: in inhabitant householders Thomas Potter 13 Apr. 1754 John Willes 13 Apr. 1754 Potter 10 Dec. 1756 re-elected after appointment to office Frederick Halsey 10 Dec. 1756 John Wilkes 6 July

    Aylesbury

    Aylesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: ‘in the householders not receiving alms’ Number of Qualified Electors: unknown Sir Thomas Lee, 1st Bt. 14 Feb. 1690 Thomas Lee 14 Feb. 1690 Simon Mayne 6 Apr. 1691 �vice Sir Thomas

    LEE, Thomas II (c.1661-1702), of Hartwell, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks.

    LEE, Thomas II (c.1661-1702), of Hartwell, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1689 Aylesbury 1690 Aylesbury 1695 Aylesbury 1698 7 Feb 1699 Aylesbury Feb 1701 Aylesbury Dec. 1701 Ofifces Held J.p. Bucks. 1689-d., Berks. 1690-d.; dep. lt. Bucks. 1689-d., commr.

    PIGOTT, Thomas II, of Doddershall, Bucks.

    Doddershall, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1589 Biography The Pigotts of Doddershall were descended from Thomas, the third son of Thomas Pigott of Whaddon, a serjeant-at-law under Henry VIII. Pigott himself was overshadowed by his father, a j.p. and sheriff in

    PILSWORTH, Charles (d.1749), of Oving, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks.

    PILSWORTH, Charles (d.1749), of Oving, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1741 271747 Biography Charles Pilsworth was living at Oving by 1723, before his marriage to the heiress of an old Buckinghamshire family, through whom he later acquired the manor

    INGOLDSBY, Thomas (1689-1768), of Waldridge, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks.

    INGOLDSBY, Thomas (1689-1768), of Waldridge, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 13 Feb 1730 1734 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Bucks. 1721. Biography Thomas Ingoldsby, of an old Buckinghamshire family,[footnote] was grandson of Sir Richard Ingoldsby, K.B., M.P., the regicide and cousin

    WILLES, Edward (1723-87), of Lincoln's Inn, London.

    1747, at which he was returned for Aylesbury on the Prince of Wales’s interest, being classed as Opposition. During a debate in February 1748, on a bill for transferring the summer assizes from Aylesbury to Buckingham, it was alleged by

    RICKFORD, William (1768-1854), of Aylesbury, Bucks.

    RICKFORD, William (1768-1854), of Aylesbury, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1818 91841 Biography In 1797, Rickford founded the Aylesbury Old Bank with his father, who was said to have made ‘a very handsome fortune’[footnote] from his local grocery, chandling and soap-boiling

    ANDERSON, Richard (1659-95), of Fleet Marston, Bucks.

    an estate at Fleet Marston, three miles from Aylesbury. Anderson’s only brother died young, and, while still under age, he eloped with the step-daughter of Sir John Stonhouse. He was returned for Aylesbury to James II’s Parliament as a Tory,

    MAYNE, Simon (c.1644-1725), of Dinton, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks.

    MAYNE, Simon (c.1644-1725), of Dinton, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 6 Apr. 1691 28 Jan. 1696 Aylesbury 1705 1710 Ofifces Held Sub-commr. prizes at Plymouth June–Oct. 1689; commr. victualling Nov. 1689–1702. Biography Mayne’s grandfather purchased the manor of Dinton

    LICHFIELD, Thomas (d.1586).

    LICHFIELD, Thomas (d.1586). Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1571 Aylesbury 1572 Ofifces Held Gent. of privy chamber by 1579, ?by 1562. Biography Nothing has been ascertained about this Member’s parentage. He may have been one of the Lichfields of Suffolk or, more

    GUISE, John (1701-69), of Elmore and Rendcombe, Glos.

    GUISE, John (1701-69), of Elmore and Rendcombe, Glos. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1722 1727 Biography John Guise was returned as a Whig for Aylesbury in 1722, but no vote of his has been recorded. Defeated there by a follower of Walpole’s

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