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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRISCO (BRISTOO, BRISTOW), Simon, of Carlisle, Cumb.

    was not among those Members of Mary’s first Parliament who ‘stood for the true religion’, that is, for Protestantism.Nicolson and Burn, Westmld. and Cumb, ii. 202-3; E. Sandford, Antiqs. and Fams. in Cumb. (Cumb. and Westmld. Antiq. and Arch. Soc.

    DACRE, Henry (c.1577-1623), of Lanercost, Cumb.

    his maternal grandfather. On 25 Sept. 1600 he signed Lord Scrope’s petition against the Carletons (see CARLETON, Thomas). He died 7 Oct. 1623.Wards 7/24, no. 68; Nicolson and Burn, Cumb. and Westmld. ii. 502-3; C142/399/148; Border Pprs. i. 35, 106.

    AGLIONBY, Thomas (d.c.1584), of Hornsey, Mdx.

    Middlesex’ on 20 Aug. 1581. The will, proved in January 1584, appointed his wife executrix, and his ‘dear and special friends’ Hugh Cholmondeley and Glasier overseers.Nicolson and Burn, Hist. Cumb. and Westmld. ii. 327; Hutchinson, Cumb. 195; PCC 25 Butts.

    LANCASTER, Lancelot (d.1570), of Sockbridge, Westmld.

    1 Aug. 1570 and was succeeded by his eldest son Edward, then aged 33.Vis. Westmld. 1615, p. 43; Nicolson and Burn, Westmld. and Cumb. i. 400, 402; Wards 7/13/13; CPR, 1550-3, p. 423; 1558-60, pp. 141, 270; 1563-6, pp. 35,

    MUSGRAVE, Christopher (b.c.1553), of Hartley Castle, Westmld.

    and in 1589 another brother, Thomas, became deputy to Sir Simon at Bewcastle.Vis. Westmld. 1615 ed. Bridger, 8-9; Nicolson and Burn, Hist. Cumb. and Westmld. i. 596; Yorks. Fines, Tudor period (Yorks. Arch. Soc. rec. ser.), ii. 25, 61, 103;

    PRESTON, John (c.1578-c.1642), of Furness, Lancs. and Preston Patrick, Westmld.

    heir, John. He died about 1642.Burke, Extinct Baronetage, 427; Al. Cant.iii. 393; Lansd. 153, f. 52; Hist. Garstang (Chetham Soc. cv), 151; Lancs. Social Institutions (Chetham Soc. ser. 3, xi), 16; Nicolson and Burn, Hist. Cumb. and Westmld. i. 240.

    WHARTON, Charles.

    Soc. cxxii), 7; E. R. Wharton, Whartons, 23; J. Scott, Berwick, 459, 473; Trans. Cumb. and Westmld. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. i. 233; iv. 240; n.s. ii. 262-3; Nicolson and Burn, Westmld. and Cumb. i. 377-8; C142/277/239, 261, 263, 280.

    DALSTON, John (c.1556-aft.1609), of Dalston Hall, nr. Carlisle, Cumb.

    occurs in a report on the manor of Carlisle, 30 Dec. 1609.Vis. Cumb. (Harl. Soc. vii), 5; C142/192/6; Nicolson and Burn, Cumb. and Westmld. ii. 316-17; Border Pprs. i. 89; ii. 733-4, 751, 814, 817; CSP Dom. Add. 1580-1625, p.

    DUDLEY, John II (c.1573-c.1622), of Yanwath, Cumb.

    Dudley’s eldest brother Richard was a Catholic priest.Trans. Cumb. and Westmld, Antiq. and Arch Soc. ix. 318 seq.; Nicolson and Burn, Hist. Cumb. and Westmld. i. 413, 611; Cal. Border Pprs. ii. 400, 570-1; D’Ewes, 665, 685; SP39/1/31 and 6/54;

    LAWSON, Wilfred (1545-1632), of Isell, Cumb.

    474, 496, 503; Trans. Cumb. and Westmld. Antiq. Arch. Soc. n.s. xxiv. 17 and tract ser. ii. 47; Nicolson and Burn, Hist. Cumb. ii. 98; HMC 10th Rep. IV, 240-1; Border Pprs. ii. 276, 311-12, 400, 690; VCH Cumb. ii.

    FRASER, John Simon Frederick (1765-1803), of Lovat, Inverness and 2 Hare Court, Middle Temple.

    FRASER, John Simon Frederick (1765-1803), of Lovat, Inverness and 2 Hare Court, Middle Temple. Constituency Dates Inverness-shire 1796 231802 Ofifces Held Capt. 1 (Strathspey) fencibles 1793; capt. Fraser’s fencibles 1795, col. 1797-1802. Biography Fraser, known as ‘Young Lovat’, was

    LEIGH, Henry (c.1555-?c.1606), of Rockcliffe Castle, Cumb.

    1586 Cumberland MP.Wards 9/368/83; Trans. Cumb. and Westmld. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. n.s. xxv. 135-8; Border Pprs. passim; Nicolson and Burn, Hist. Cumb. ii. 28; Lansd. 43, anon. jnl. f. 171; CPR, 1558-60, p. 327; HMC Hatfield, v. 65-6, 443;

    BOOTLE, Thomas (1685-1753), of Lathom Hall, nr. Liverpool, Lancs.

    he appealed to Bootle (1 Oct. 1746): ‘Find you, Dear Bootle, but boroughs, I’ll find people, and good ones... . Burn this, and depend always on your sincere friend, Frederick P.’. On learning that the Government were considering a snap

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