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    BROKE, Richard.

    BROKE, Richard. Constituency Dates Rochester 1395 Biography Unidentified.

    BOLOUR, Richard, of Rochester, Kent.

    BOLOUR, Richard, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester Apr. 1384 Rochester 1385 Rochester Jan. 1390 Biography In the will he made in 1455, Thomas Bolour, probably Richard's son, referred to a property he held in Rochester as being formerly known

    PRECY, John, of Rochester, Kent.

    PRECY, John, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester Jan. 1397 Rochester 1399 Biography In December 1402 Precy relinquished his right to five houses known as ‘Rothynges rentes’ in St. Clement’s parish, Rochester, which he held as a feoffee.[footnote]

    EVERARD, John I, of Rochester, Kent.

    EVERARD, John I, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1407 Rochester 1411 Rochester 1426 Rochester 1431 Biography In January 1400 Joan, widow of John Plomer II* of Rochester, and John Everard 'the younger' entered into recognizances in �10 3s.4d. with

    BOSOM, John II.

    BOSOM, John II. Constituency Dates Rochester 1407 Biography Unidentified.

    CHYLYNDEN, William.

    William. Constituency Dates Rochester 1393 Biography Unidentified. Perhaps this name was written on the parliamentary return in mistake for William Gillingham*. (On the same occasion one of the MPs for Canterbury was given as Richard Gornay instead of Richard Gervays.)

    DUNSTON, Thomas.

    DUNSTON, Thomas. Constituency Dates Rochester Jan. 1404 Biography Unidentified.

    BERDE, Richard, of Rochester, Kent.

    BERDE, Richard, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1401 Biography He may have been a descendant of Adam Berde, several times MP for Rochester between 1305 and 1330. In February 1398 he and another conveyed to John Sheep a shop

    KELA, Robert (d.?1461), of Rochester, Kent.

    KELA, Robert (d.?1461), of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1419 Biography Kela is mentioned as a parishioner of the newly consecrated church of St. Nicholas, Rochester, in December 1423.[footnote]If it was the same Robert Kela who made his will on

    LORKYN, Richard, of Rochester, Kent.

    LORKYN, Richard, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester Oct. 1404 Rochester Nov. 1414 Biography Lorkyn witnessed a deed at Rochester in 1408, and is mentioned as being a parishioner of the newly-built church of St. Nicholas near the cathedral in

    SHREWSBURY, Reynold, of Rochester, Kent.

    SHREWSBURY, Reynold, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1401 Rochester 1402 Rochester 1406 Biography Early in 1396 Shrewsbury, a hackneyman, petitioned the Crown on behalf of the members of his calling who lived at Southwark, Dartford, Rochester and other towns

    GILLINGHAM, William I, of Rochester, Kent.

    GILLINGHAM, William I, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester Oct. 1377 Rochester May 1382 Rochester Apr. 1384 Rochester Feb 1388 Biography Probably a descendant of Thomas Gillingham, who had represented Rochester in four Parliaments earlier in the century and had

    CHERTSEY, Thomas, of Rochester, Kent.

    CHERTSEY, Thomas, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1406 Rochester 1410 Biography Before serving in the Parliament of 1410 Chertsey made an agreement with the bailiff and commonalty of Rochester to ask no more for his parliamentary wages than 4

    MARCHAUNT, John III, of Rochester, Kent.

    of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1417 Rochester Dec. 1421 Ofifces Held Warden of Rochester bridge by 28 Sept. 1423-23 June 1427. Biography Marchaunt was mentioned as a parishioner of the newly-built church of St. Nicholas next to Rochester cathedral

    CROWBOROUGH, Richard, of Rochester, Kent.

    CROWBOROUGH, Richard, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester Sept. 1388 Biography Crowborough was a tenant of a house in Rochester belonging to the Charterhouse, London, and was also employed by the Carthusian monks to keep the priory's other properties in

    DEEPING, John (d.1439), of Rochester, Kent.

    DEEPING, John (d.1439), of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester May 1413 Rochester Nov. 1414 Rochester Dec. 1421 Rochester 1423 Rochester 1429 Rochester 1432 Rochester 1433 Ofifces Held Coroner, Kent by Oct. 1414-d. Biography In the course of his professional career

    MATESHALE, John, of Rochester, Kent.

    MATESHALE, John, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester Jan. 1390 Biography Mateshale witnessed a deed at Rochester in February 1398. Two years later he and his wife sold a messuage in the city to John Marchaunt I*.[footnote]

    DRAPER, John II, of Rochester, Kent.

    DRAPER, John II, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1420 Biography On 18 Dec. 1423 Draper and John Potager* were named as the first churchwardens of the newly-built church of St. Nicholas next to Rochester cathedral. Draper was present at

    TAVERNER, Thomas, of Rochester, Kent.

    TAVERNER, Thomas, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1395 Biography Taverner witnessed a deed at Rochester in May 1401. Early in 1405 he was employed by the sheriff of Kent to deliver a summons to William Swinburne*, requiring his appearance

    ALCOTE, John, of Strood and Rochester, Kent.

    ALCOTE, John, of Strood and Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1410 Biography In January 1400 Alcote acquired a messuage in Strood, at no further a distance from Rochester than the length of the bridge across the Medway. Nevertheless, he was

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