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    PENRUDDOCK, Robert (c.1559-1615), of Compton Chamberlayne, Wilts.

    following September Penruddock was returned for Pembroke’s borough of Wilton. By 1601 the 2nd Earl was dead, and Penruddock was returned for another borough open to Pembroke influence. Despite the regularity of his appearances in the Commons Penruddock made little

    PENRUDDOCK, Sir George (d.1581), of Ivy Church and Compton Chamberlayne, Wilts., Broxbourne, Herts. and Clerkenwell, Mdx.

    intimacy with Philip also identified Penruddock with the King’s enterprises and led to the best-known episode in his career, his part in Pembroke’s victory at St. Quentin in August 1557. As standard-bearer on that field Penruddock won great honour by

    PENRUDDOCK, Robert (by 1525-83), of Hale, Hants.

    widow’s jointure. Joyce and Robert Penruddock were given the lease of Hale and made residuary legatees and executors, with Sir George and John Penruddock as overseers as well as executors for the collection of debts. Penruddock died in 1583 and

    PENRUDDOCK, Thomas (c.1578-1637), of Arkleby, Cumb. and Hale, Hants.

    to nine. Within a few months of his father’s death Penruddock was returned to Parliament for Downton. As the new master of Hale, some two miles south of Downton, Penruddock had a good local claim, but this would scarcely have

    PENRUDDOCK, Thomas (c.1649-c.98), of Compton Chamberlayne, Wilts.

    insistence. On the discovery of the Rye House Plot, Penruddock commanded the party which searched Box for the arms of which Sir George Speke had boasted.[footnote]To the lord lieutenant’s questions Penruddock replied:He has served your Majesty faithfully, and ever will

    PENRUDDOCK, John (bef.1542-1601), of Hale, Hants.

    of his inn.[footnote]For some reason Penruddock was returned to Parliament in 1584 not for Southampton but for the 2nd Earl of Pembroke’s borough of Wilton. It is likely that it was he rather than Edward Penruddock who was named to

    PENRUDDOCK, George (by 1527-81), of Ivy Church and Compton Chamberlayne, Wilts., Broxbourne, Herts. and Clerkenwell, Mdx.

    of arms in May 1548 described him as of Penruddock in Cumberland. He and his brother Robert retained property in their native county but made their homes in the south. George Penruddock must have settled in Wiltshire and begun his

    ERNELEY, John (bef.1522-72), of Bishops Cannings, Wilts.

    Thynne and Sir George Penruddock, culminating in Thynne’s being returned through the collusion of the sheriff. In the upshot Penruddock was left out altogether, while Erneley occupied the junior seat. Presumably the enmity between Thynne and Penruddock precluded their both

    BOWMAN, Seymour (c.1621-1704), of Harnham, Wilts. and Lincoln's Inn.

    probably relates to a purchase of land from a recusant. But his sympathies were undoubtedly royalist; when his cousin John Penruddock was executed as leader of the Cavalier rising in 1655, Bowman was indefatigable in securing a part of his

    BECKINGHAM, John (by 1510-66), of Salisbury, Wilts.

    Members on this occasion. Pembroke’s choice of George Penruddock as one of them is easy to understand, but Beckingham is not known to have been a client of the earl’s and, unlike Penruddock, he was not to enjoy similar, or

    PENRUDDOCK, Edward (d.1613), of Compton Chamberlayne, Wilts.

    PENRUDDOCK, Edward (d.1613), of Compton Chamberlayne, Wilts. Constituency Dates Weymouth and Melcombe Regis 1584 Wilton 1586 Ofifces Held J.p. Wilts. from c.1583, sheriff 1598-9. Biography Penruddock’s father, a soldier in the service of the 1st Earl of Pembroke, purchased

    TYNTE, John (1617-69), of Chelvey, Som.

    TYNTE, John (1617-69), of Chelvey, Som. Constituency Dates Bridgwater 1661 Aug. 1669 Ofifces Held Col. of horse (royalist) 1643-4. Ofifces Held J.p. Som. 1643-5, July 1660-d., commr. for assessment Aug. 1660-9, sewers Dec. 1660, loyal and indigent officers 1662.

    CORBET, Sir Vincent, 2nd Bt. (c.1642-81), of Moreton Corbet, Salop.

    CORBET, Sir Vincent, 2nd Bt. (c.1642-81), of Moreton Corbet, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire Mar. 1679 Shropshire Oct. 1679 Ofifces Held Capt. of militia horse, Salop 1661, commr. for assessment 1661-80, dep. lt. by 1670-d., j.p. 1672-d., commr. for recusants

    COCKE, Henry (1538-1610), of Broxbourne, Herts.

    the 1st Earl of Pembroke.[footnote] Cocke’s mother married as her second husband Sir George Penruddock, the Earl’s servant, and it seems likely that it was Penruddock who was responsible for Cocke’s return for Downton in 1571.In the following year Cocke

    CRAWLEY, Thomas (d.1559), of Elmdon and Wenden Loftes, Essex.

    of the coheirs. The elder of these was the Anne Crawley who became the ward of George Penruddock in 1562 and married Edward Penruddock. Jane apparently died before May 1560, when Anne (then aged six), was declared the sole heir

    HUNT, Robert (c.1609-80), of Speckington, Yeovilton, Som.

    HUNT, Robert (c.1609-80), of Speckington, Yeovilton, Som. Constituency Dates Ilchester 15 Feb 1641 5 Feb 1644 Ilchester 1660 Somerset 1659 Ofifces Held J.p. Som. by 1640-3, 1654-9 Mar. 1660-d., 1654-6, commr. for scandalous ministers 1654, security 1655, assessment 1657,

    MAYNARD, Hon. Banastre (c.1642-1718), of Little Easton, Essex.

    MAYNARD, Hon. Banastre (c.1642-1718), of Little Easton, Essex. Constituency Dates Essex 17 Mar. 1663 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Essex 1663-80, 1689-90, recusants 1675; j.p. Apr. 1688-?d. Biography Maynard was descended from a lawyer of Devonshire origin who sat

    PHELIPS, (PHILLIPS), Edward I (c.1613-80), of Montacute, Som.

    PHELIPS, (PHILLIPS), Edward I (c.1613-80), of Montacute, Som. Constituency Dates Ilchester Apr. 1640 Ilchester Feb 1641 5 Feb 1644 Somerset 1661 Ofifces Held J.p. Som. 1638-46, July 1660-d., commr. of array 1642, oyer and terminer, Western circuit July 1660;

    SMITH, Hugh (1632-80), of Long Ashton, Som.

    SMITH, Hugh (1632-80), of Long Ashton, Som. Constituency Dates Somerset 1660 Somerset Mar. 1679 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Som. 1657, Jan. 1660-d., j.p. 1657-d., commr. for militia Mar. 1660; dep. lt. Som. June 1660-d., Bristol 1662-d.; commr. for

    SWANTON, Francis (c.1605-61), of Salisbury, Wilts.

    SWANTON, Francis (c.1605-61), of Salisbury, Wilts. Constituency Dates Wilton 3 May 1660 Salisbury 21 Nov. 1661 Ofifces Held Clerk of assize, Western circuit 1637-56; j.p. Wilts. c.1641-d., Som. 1648-57, Cornw., Devon and Hants 1651; commr. for assessment, Wilts. Dec.

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