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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BROCKBANK (BRODBANK), Robert (by 1514-1558/61), of Coleby, Lincs.

    (by 1514-1558/61), of Coleby, Lincs. Constituency Dates Huntingdon 1555 Huntingdon 1558 Biography As the son of a well established merchant of East Anglia, Robert Brockbank should have had a good start in life, but nothing has come to light about

    HALL, Thomas II (by 1488-1550), of Huntingdon and Coleby, Lincs.

    most gratifying of all his acquisitions, the lands which St. Catherine’s had held at Coleby, home of his namesakes and probable kinsmen. It was at Coleby that Hall was to settle and eventually die, possessed of the manor and nine

    SCROPE, Thomas (1723-92), of Coleby, Lincs.

    (1723-92), of Coleby, Lincs. Constituency Dates Lincoln 1768 1774 Biography Scrope’s first attempt to enter Parliament was at a by-election for New Romney. ‘Mr. Scrope’, wrote Benjamin Cobb, its mayor, to Sir Francis Dashwood on 12 Sept. 1756, ‘stayed amongst

    LISTER, Thomas I (c.1658-1718), of Coleby, Lincs.

    I (c.1658-1718), of Coleby, Lincs. Constituency Dates Lincoln 1705 1715 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Lincs. 1695–6; freeman, Appleby 1704. Ofifces Held Commr. army, navy and transport debts 1700–5, public accts. 1711–14. Biography Lister was a descendant of a family settled at

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