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    PASTON, Charles, Lord Paston (1673-1718), of Oxnead Hall, Norf.

    PASTON, Charles, Lord Paston (1673-1718), of Oxnead Hall, Norf. Constituency Dates Thetford 16 Jan. 1699 1700 Ofifces Held Guidon and eldest maj. 3 Life Gds. 1694–1704; col. of ft. Mar. 1704–Nov. 1710; brig.-gen. Jan. 1710. Ofifces Held Freeman, Southampton, 1693,

    PASTON, Robert (1631-83), of Oxnead, Norf. and Pall Mall, Westminster

    PASTON, Robert (1631-83), of Oxnead, Norf. and Pall Mall, Westminster Constituency Dates Thetford 1660 Castle Rising 1661 19 Aug. 1673 Ofifces Held J.p. Norf. 1659-d., commr. for oyer and terminer, Norfolk circuit July 1660, assessment, Norf. Aug. 1660-73, dep.

    PASTON, Erasmus (by 1508-40).

    PASTON, Erasmus (by 1508-40). Constituency Dates Orford 1529 Ofifces Held Commr. sewers, Norf. 1538. Biography A member of the prominent Norfolk family, Erasmus was the only Paston known to have sat for a Suffolk borough. His fellow-Member, Richard Hunt, was

    PASTON, John (1510/12-75/76), of Paston, Norf. and Huntingfield, Suff.

    PASTON, John (1510/12-75/76), of Paston, Norf. and Huntingfield, Suff. Constituency Dates Nottingham 1547 Ofifces Held Gent. waiter, household of Thomas Manners, 1st Earl of Rutland, by 1536-43, of Henry, 2nd Earl 1543-9 or later; gent. pens. from c.1542-69; keeper, Old

    PASTON, Sir Thomas (by 1517-50), of London.

    PASTON, Sir Thomas (by 1517-50), of London. Constituency Dates Norfolk 1545 Ofifces Held Gent. privy chamber by 1538-d., keeper of armoury Greenwich 1541-d.; jt. (with William Sharington) steward and constable, Castle Rising, Norf. 1542-d.; steward, manors of Navestock, Pyrgo

    PASTON, Clement (by 1523-98), of Oxnead, Norf.

    with you of’, i.e. Roger Townshend and Clement Paston, with the proviso that should Sir Richard Fulmerston-then a burgess for Thetford-ask for the second county seat, his request should be granted, and Paston would then be accommodated at Thetford. Fulmerston,

    PASTON, Hon. William (c.1654-1732), of Oxnead, Norf. and Turnham Green, Chiswick, Mdx.

    PASTON, Hon. William (c.1654-1732), of Oxnead, Norf. and Turnham Green, Chiswick, Mdx. Constituency Dates Norwich 18 Feb 1678 Norwich Mar. 1679 Norwich Oct. 1679 Norwich 1681 Ofifces Held J.p. and dep. lt. Norf. 1676-89, col. of militia horse 1676-Oct.

    HEYDON, Richard (by 1508-53), of Lincoln's Inn, London.

    number of times for his kinsmen Sir Thomas Paston and Thomas Darcy, each time in conjunction with Nicholas Rookwood, his near-contemporary at Lincoln’s Inn, and seems to have been particularly close to Paston who made him overseer of his will

    PASTON, Hon. Robert (c.1657-1705), of Oxnead, Norf.

    PASTON, Hon. Robert (c.1657-1705), of Oxnead, Norf. Constituency Dates Norwich 1685 Ofifces Held Freeman, Norwich 1678, King’s Lynn 1679, Gt. Yarmouth 1687. Biography After leaving Cambridge, Paston travelled abroad in the company of the Earl of Plymouth, Charles II’s illegitimate

    MOUNTSTEVEN (MONSTEPHEN, MOUNTSTEVING), John (c.1520-84), of Peterborough, Paston, Northants. and London.

    John (c.1520-84), of Peterborough, Paston, Northants. and London. Constituency Dates Peterborough 1555 Ofifces Held Principal registrar of bp. of Peterborough July 1544-69; high steward of dean and chapter’s lands 1551-3; bailiff, Nassaburgh hundred from 1554; registrar of dean and chapter

    MORGAN, Maurice (1692-1733).

    MORGAN, Maurice (1692-1733). Constituency Dates Yarmouth IoW 10 Apr. 1725 24 Apr. 1733 Ofifces Held Ensign, Ld. Paston’s regt. of Ft. 1704; 3 Ft. Gds. 1709; lt. 1 Drag. Gds. 1712; capt. 4 Drags. 1719; capt. and lt.-col 3

    LADDE, John (by 1491-1532/34), of Beccles, Suff. and Great Yarmouth, Norf.

    £40. In 1527 he and Thomas Gladon complained to Wolsey that Sir William Paston had unjustly indicted a number of men in Great Yarmouth for rioting: Paston was lord of the manor of Caister next Yarmouth and there was a

    BRIGGS, Augustine (c.1618-84), of Norwich, Norf.

    other seat fell vacant a few months later, and he was returned with the support of the lord lieutenant (Robert Paston, 1st Earl of Yarmouth), who wrote that Briggs ‘in his speech at the election did our family much honour’.

    RICHARDSON, Thomas, 2nd Baron Cramond [S] (1627-74), of Honingham, Norf.

    matters, notably the condition of Wells harbour, the clothing industry and the Yarmouth herring trade, as an adherent of the Paston faction. He was the first Member appointed to the committee on the bill for the regulation of Norfolk stuffs

    DUNCOMBE, William (c.1647-1704), of Battlesden, Beds.

    he made no recorded speeches and was appointed to only four committees. He was named with his father on the Paston list and the list of King’s servants in the House, but Sir Richard Wiseman doubted his reliability. In the

    HARLACKENDEN, Thomas (1624-89), of Maidstone and Woodchurch, Kent.

    assent at the end of the session. His name appeared on the pposition list of court supporters and on the Paston list of 1673-4.[footnote]Under Danby Harlackenden went over to the Opposition. Sir Richard Wiseman marked him absent from the autumn

    HAWARDE, (HAYWARD), Sir William (c.1617-1704), of Tandridge Hall, Surr.

    of privilege brought by Sir Thomas Byde against the board of green cloth in 1674. His name appeared on the Paston list, the working lists, and the list of government supporters prepared by Sir Richard Wiseman at the end of

    HERVEY, John (1616-80), of Ickworth, Suff. and Westminster.

    a court dependant in 1664 and on both lists of the court party in 1669-71. His name appeared on the Paston list and on the list of King’s servants in 1675, though he was named to few committees after the

    HYDE, Sir Frederick (1614-77), of Teddington, Mdx.

    one who might be engaged by the Duke of York and his friends, and later his name appears on the Paston list, the list of officials in the House, and on Wiseman’s list. He was buried in the Temple on

    LEKE, Sir Francis, 1st Bt. (1627-79), of The Chauntry, Newark, Notts.

    both lists of the court party in 1669-71 among those to be engaged by the Duke of Buckingham, on the Paston list in 1673-4, and the list of King’s servants in 1675. Shaftesbury noted him as ‘thrice vile’ in 1677,

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