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    STANHOPE, William, Visct. Petersham (1719-1779).

    Petersham (1719-1779). Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1741 1747 Bury St Edmunds 1747 8 Dec. 1756 Ofifces Held Ensign 10 Ft. 1738; capt. 14 Ft. 1739; lt.-col. 3 Ft. Gds. 1741; 3 col. 2 Troop Horse Grenadier Gds. 1745; maj.-gen. 1755; lt.-gen.

    WILLES, John (?1721-84), of Astrop, Northants.

    Northants. Constituency Dates Banbury 26 Nov. 1746 1754 Aylesbury 1754 1761 Ofifces Held Filazer for Mdx. in court of common pleas 1752- d. Biography In 1754 Willes was returned unopposed for Aylesbury, where his family had an interest. Newcastle wrote

    MORE, Richard II (d.1635), of the Middle Temple, London and Cuddington, Bucks.

    Middle Temple, London and Cuddington, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1601 Ofifces Held Master in Chancery extraordinary 1616; assoc. bencher, M. Temple 1616. Biography More was a London lawyer whose return for Aylesbury probably resulted from some connexion with the lord

    WRIGHTSON, William (1752-1827), of Cusworth Hall, Doncaster, Yorks.

    himself as a candidate for your protection at Aylesbury in conjunction or at least with the same political intentions as Mr. Bacon.The nature of Wrightson’s connexion with Anthony Bacon or with Aylesbury is not known; but he received the support

    HERBERT, James (1660-1704), of Tythrop House, Kingsey, Bucks.

    1677 Queenborough Mar. 1679 Queenborough Oct. 1679 8 Jan. 1681 Westbury 1685 Queenborough 1689 Aylesbury 28 Jan. 1696 Aylesbury 1698 Aylesbury Feb 1701 Aylesbury Dec. 1701 Aylesbury 1702 11 Nov. 1704 Ofifces Held Dep. lt. Oxon. 1681-Feb. 1688, Bucks. 1685-Feb.

    TASBURGH, Thomas (c.1554-1602), of Hawridge; later of Beaconsfield, Bucks.

    TASBURGH, Thomas (c.1554-1602), of Hawridge; later of Beaconsfield, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1584 Aylesbury 1586 Buckinghamshire 1589 Chipping Wycombe 1593 Aylesbury 1597 Ofifces Held J.p. Bucks. from 1579, q. by 1590; sheriff, Bucks. 1581-2, commr. musters 1595, collector of the

    RICE, William (by 1522-88), of Medmenham, Bucks.

    RICE, William (by 1522-88), of Medmenham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury Nov. 1554 Aylesbury 1555 Lancaster 1558 Ofifces Held Sewer, the chamber by 1543; bailiff, manors of Kingsland and Much Marcle, Herefs. Feb. 1543; gent. the privy chamber by Nov. 1553;

    LYLY, John (c.1554-1606), of London.

    LYLY, John (c.1554-1606), of London. Constituency Dates Hindon 1589 Aylesbury 1593 Appleby 1597 Aylesbury 1601 Biography Author of Euphues and esteemed ‘a rare poet, witty, comical and facetious’, Lyly enjoyed considerable literary success but little material good fortune. His years

    LEE, Thomas (1660-1702), of Hartwell, Bucks.

    of Hartwell, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1689 7 Feb 1699 Aylesbury Feb 1701 1702 Biography Lee cut his parliamentary teeth in the Convention of 1689, and at the 1690 election was joined as Member for Aylesbury by his father, an

    BENT, Robert (c.1745-1832), of 46 Portugal Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, Mdx. and West Moulsey, Surr.

    nature of his activities is not clear. The historian of Aylesbury, writing in 1885, described him as a West India merchant, while a supporter of his rival at the Aylesbury election expressed a hope that ‘the disgraceful nature of his

    RICKFORD, William (1768-1854), of Green End, Aylesbury, Bucks.

    RICKFORD, William (1768-1854), of Green End, Aylesbury, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1818 1841 Biography Rickford was a native and lifelong resident of Aylesbury, and since 1803 had been head of its Old Bank, which he had founded with his father

    INGOLDSBY, Richard (1617-85), of Waldridge, Dinton, Bucks.

    Dinton, Bucks. Constituency Dates Wendover 4 Oct. 1647 Buckinghamshire 1654 Buckinghamshire 1656 10 Dec. 1657 Aylesbury 1660 Aylesbury 1661 Aylesbury Mar. 1679 Aylesbury Oct. 1679 Aylesbury 1681 Ofifces Held Capt. of ft. (parliamentary) 1642, col. 1645-55; col. of horse 1655-9,

    WOODLEAF, Robert (by 1516-93), of Aylesbury and Great Missenden, Bucks.

    WOODLEAF, Robert (by 1516-93), of Aylesbury and Great Missenden, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 1558 Ofifces Held Alderman, Aylesbury 1554. Biography The Robert Woodleaf returned for Chipping Wycombe in 1558 was undoubtedly the man of that name who had just

    ABELL, Richard (c.1688-aft. Mar. 1744), of East Claydon, Bucks.

    Bucks. Constituency Dates Richmond 25 Jan. 1720 271722 Aylesbury 1722 271727 Biography Abell was descended from William Abell, who acquired the manor of East Claydon in 1624. His father was related to the Viscounts Fermanagh of Middle Claydon, to whom

    AYLESBURY, Sir Thomas (d.1418), of Milton Keynes, Bucks.

    duke of Lancaster, Aylesbury continued his military career by enlisting in Woodstock’s company again, in May 1380, for an expedition to France ostensibly undertaken to help the duke of Brittany. Following his wedding to Isabel Dodyngseles, Aylesbury sued for a

    DOCKWRA, Edmund, of the Chamberhouse, Thatcham, Berks.

    Chamberhouse, Thatcham, Berks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1571 New Windsor 1572 Ofifces Held J.p.q. Berks. from c.1569. Biography A minor country gentleman and follower of the Earl of Leicester, Dockwra claimed to have served that nobleman and his father ‘faithfully, chargeably

    OLDSWORTH, Edward (d. by Mar. 1574), of Poulton, Glos.

    OLDSWORTH, Edward (d. by Mar. 1574), of Poulton, Glos. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1559 Ofifces Held Escheator, Glos. 1566-7. Biography In the election of 1559 Aylesbury returned Arthur Porter and Thomas Crawley. Crawley died during this Parliament and Edward Oldsworth, probably

    CHAMPION, George (d.1754), of St. Clement's Lane, London, and Balking, Berks.

    Lane, London, and Balking, Berks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1734 1741 Ofifces Held Coopers’ Co. 1729; Haberdashers’ 1739; master, Haberdashers’ 1740-1; alderman of London 1730, sheriff 1737-8; col. White Regt. (trained bands) 1745-d.; pres. Hon. Artillery Co. 1750-d. Biography Champion, a

    LEE, Sir Thomas, 3rd Bt. (1687-1749), of Hartwell, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks.

    of Hartwell, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 1710 1722 Buckinghamshire 1722 1727 Buckinghamshire 29 Jan. 1729 1741 Biography In 1619 the Lees, an old Buckinghamshire family, inherited Hartwell, sitting for the neighbouring borough of Aylesbury throughout the reigns

    MEAD, Nathaniel (d.1760), of Goosehays, nr. Romford, Essex.

    Essex. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1715 141722 Ofifces Held Serjeant-at-law 1715; under-steward of Havering-atte-Bower by 1715. Biography Sir Nathaniel Mead, who was one of 13 serjeants appointed on the same day in January 1715, was related to the Aylesbury families of

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