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    MARMION, John (by 1519-80 or later), of Adwell and Ewelme, Oxon.

    his heirs, during which it described Marmion as ‘a poor man’.[footnote]Through his Gloucestershire connexions, and particularly his relationship to the Arnolds, Lanes and Porters, Marmion could call upon the support of three of the families who had influence at Cricklade

    PORTER, Arthur (by 1505-59), of Newent and Alvington, Glos.

    may have influenced his election for Mary’s third Parliament, when his fellow-knight, William Rede I, was also related to the Arnolds. In the following Parliament Porter found a seat at Gloucester where he had a joint interest in 25 houses.

    ARNOLD, John (c.1635-1703), of Llanfihangel Crucorney, Mon.

    (justifiable) animosity of Shrewsbury, whose deputy James Vernon I* wrote in September 1697, ‘I have a great contempt for the Arnolds, Colts, and all that would rise by accusations, and should have a stubbornness not to give way to them.’

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