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    KYNASTON, John (1664-1733), of Hordley and Hardwick, Salop.

    stand after all, and Kynaston agreed to take his place. In the following April a visitor to Hordley reported that Kynaston was ‘very well as was also his lady and children . . . Mr Kynaston was very glad to

    KYNASTON, Edward (1709-72), of Bryngwyn, Mont. and Hardwick, Salop.

    over the land tax. A letter from Grenville to Kynaston, 12 Nov. 1767, is in reply to another inquiry whether his attendance was required.[footnote] But over Wilkes and the Middlesex election, Kynaston left Grenville and voted with Administration, 3 Feb.

    KYNASTON, Corbet (1690-1740), of Hordley, Salop.

    KYNASTON, Corbet (1690-1740), of Hordley, Salop. Constituency Dates Shrewsbury 27 May 1714 9 Apr. 1723 Shropshire 1734 17 June 1740 Ofifces Held Freeman, Shrewsbury 1714; mayor, Oswestry 1739–d. Biography A zealous Tory, and in later life a Jacobite, Kynaston first

    KYNASTON, Edward (1643-99), of Oteley Park, Salop.

    KYNASTON, Edward (1643-99), of Oteley Park, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire 1685 1687 Shropshire 1689 May 1699 Biography Kynaston had voted with the Tories in the Convention and was returned again for Shropshire on the Tory interest in 1690. Lord Carmarthen

    KYNASTON, Francis (1516-90), of Oteley, Salop.

    KYNASTON, Francis (1516-90), of Oteley, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held J.p. Salop 1579-82. Biography Francis Kynaston came from a cadet branch of a Shropshire family which was descended from the princes of Powys. He held some of

    KYNASTON, Thomas (1450/54-1515/20), of Myddle, Hordley and Shrewsbury, Salop.

    KYNASTON, Thomas (1450/54-1515/20), of Myddle, Hordley and Shrewsbury, Salop. Constituency Dates Shrewsbury 1512 Shrewsbury 1515 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Salop 1507-8; commr. gaol delivery, Shrewsbury 1507, subsidy, Salop 1512, 1514, Shrewsbury 1514; alderman, Shrewsbury by 1511, bailiff 1511-12; assistant to

    KYNASTON, John (1753-1822), of Hardwick, Salop.

    KYNASTON, John (1753-1822), of Hardwick, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire 1784 Oct. 1822 Biography Kynaston’s grandfather, John Kynaston, and his great-grandfather, Edward Kynaston, had both represented Shropshire; and he himself succeeded in its representation his father’s cousin, Noel Hill. He was

    LLOYD, Robert II (c.1688-1734), of Aston Hall, nr. Oswestry, Salop.

    of his connexion with John Kynaston, who, Bridgeman said, ‘has all along endeavoured to make him his tool’. After consulting Bridgeman’s brother Orlando*, a High Tory, Lloyd decided not to join with either Newport or Kynaston but to stand on

    KYNASTON, Edward I (1641-93), of Albrightlee, nr. Shrewsbury, Salop.

    KYNASTON, Edward I (1641-93), of Albrightlee, nr. Shrewsbury, Salop. Constituency Dates Shrewsbury Mar. 1679 Shrewsbury Oct. 1679 Shrewsbury 1681 Shrewsbury 1685 Ofifces Held Alderman, Shrewsbury 1664-Jan. 1688, Oct. 1688-d., mayor 1664-5; sheriff, Mont. 1665-6, Salop 1682-3; commr. for assessment,

    KYNASTON, Edward II (1643-99), of Oteley Park, Salop.

    1675, dep. lt. 1683-Mar. 1688, Oct. 1688-96. Biography Kynaston belonged to a cadet branch of the family, which had produced a knight of the shire in 1554. His grandfather, Sir Francis Kynaston, was commissioner of array for Charles I, and

    THORNES, Roger (by 1469-1531/32), of Shrewsbury.

    fortunate in his connexions with the leading local families of Corbet and Kynaston; he had recently been joined with his cousin Sir Robert Corbet and his brother-in-law Thomas Kynaston in their release from a recognizance for debt to Henry VII.

    KYNASTON, Edward (1709-72), of Garth and Bryngwyn, Mont. and Hardwick, Salop.

    KYNASTON, Edward (1709-72), of Garth and Bryngwyn, Mont. and Hardwick, Salop. Constituency Dates Bishop's Castle 1734 1741 Montgomeryshire 1747 18 May 1772 Ofifces Held Recorder, Welshpool 1750-62. Biography Edward Kynaston was the favourite son of his father, on whose death

    KYNASTON POWELL, Sir John, 1st bt. (1753-1822), of Hardwick Hall, Salop.

    de Powis, last applied for by John Kynaston in 1731.[footnote] He had been consoled in December 1818 with a baronetcy with reversion, as he was childless, to his brother the Rev. Edward Kynaston, rector of Risby and Fornham, Suffolk, and

    KYNASTON, John (1664-1733), of Hardwick, Salop.

    KYNASTON, John (1664-1733), of Hardwick, Salop. Constituency Dates Shrewsbury 1695 20 Dec. 1709 Shropshire 1710 1715 Shropshire 1722 1727 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Salop 1689-90; mayor of Shrewsbury 1696. Biography The head of an ancient Shropshire family, with a rent

    STRANGE (LESTRANGE), Sir Roger (d.1426), of Edgware, Mdx.

    Percy, widow of John, Lord Roos of Helmsley, were granted to him jointly with John Kynaston, to hold until her next heir came of age. Kynaston, a Shropshire landowner of some consequence who was steward of the 6th Lord Strange’s

    FOSTER (FORESTER), Thomas (by 1533-89), of Arlscott and Rodington, Salop.

    operated in the return of William Charlton and Francis Kynaston as knights of the shire. Charlton had connexions with the 5th Earl of Shrewsbury, from whom the Fosters held land, and Kynaston, seated at Oteley where Foster’s mother was born,

    PALMER, .

    amount brought by Thomas Onslow of London against Thomas Kynaston of Otley, Shropshire, in the same court, as is made clear by a third suit in which Onslow sued both Kynaston and Palmer for various smaller sums. A sheepowner, described

    TRENTHAM, Thomas (by 1487-?1519), of Shrewsbury.

    fourth time, and his reinstatement was followed by his election several months later to Henry VIII’s second Parliament with Thomas Kynaston, who was a kinsman by marriage and at the time serving with Trentham’s father as bailiff. That it was

    KYNASTON (afterwards KYNASTON POWELL), John (1753-1822), of Hardwick Hall, Salop.

    KYNASTON (afterwards KYNASTON POWELL), John (1753-1822), of Hardwick Hall, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire 1784 24 Oct. 1822 Ofifces Held Mayor, Oswestry 1783, steward 1796-d. Ofifces Held Lt.-col. Salop militia 1789, col. (West and North) 1797; brevet col. 1797; col. Salop

    LLOYD, Robert I (1657-1709), of Aston Hall, nr. Oswestry, Salop.

    Tory Edward Kynaston* in the county election in 1698, was quick to put himself forward as a candidate to succeed Kynaston when the latter died in May 1699, and he was returned unopposed at the by-election and again at the

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