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Beake, Robert (d. 1708), local politician and army officer, is of obscure origins. Having served his apprenticeship, by 1642 he had established himself as a member of the Coventry Drapers' Company. On the outbreak of civil war he raised a regiment for parliament...

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Clifford, Henry, fifth earl of Cumberland (1592–1643), local politician and royalist army officer, was born on 28 February 1592 at Londesborough in the East Riding of Yorkshire, the second, surviving son of Francis Clifford, fourth earl of Cumberland (1559–1641), and Grissell (bap...

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Hervey, Walter (d. in or after 1276), mayor of London, rose from obscure origins to become a notoriously divisive figure in thirteenth-century London. Unlike many of his contemporaries who served as aldermen, he does not seem to have been born into an already prominent city family, and nothing is known of his birthplace or parentage. Nor, unlike many other members of ...

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Honywood, Sir Thomas, appointed Lord Honywood under the protectorate (1587–1666), parliamentarian army officer and local politician, was born on 15 January 1587 at Betchworth Castle, Surrey, the second son of Robert Honywood, esquire (1545–1627), and his second wife, Elizabeth (d. 1631), daughter of ...

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James, Walter Haweis (1847–1927), army officer, politician, and military writer, was born on 9 July 1847, the youngest son of H. C. James and his wife, Elizabeth Jane, née Page. The family home was Bushmead Hall, Bedford. Educated privately, James entered the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich...

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Le Mesurier, John (1781–1843), army officer and governor of Alderney, was the eldest son of Governor Peter Le Mesurier (d. 1803) and grandson of Governor John Le Mesurier (d. 1793). Alderman Le Mesurier and Commissary Havilland Le Mesurier were his uncles. He was appointed ensign in 1794 in the ...

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Mainwaring, Robert (bap. 1607, d. 1652), militia officer and local politician, was baptized in London on 21 June 1607 at St Dionis Backchurch, the son of William Mainwaring, citizen of London and merchant tailor, and his wife, Mary. As a young Londoner, Mainwaring...

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Musgrave, Sir Philip, second baronet (1607–1678), royalist army officer and local politician, was born on 21 May 1607 at Edenhall, Cumberland, the son of Sir Richard Musgrave, first baronet (1584/5–1615), of Hartley, Westmorland, and his wife, Frances Wharton (c.1590–1629), daughter of ...

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Poulett, John, first Baron Poulett (1586–1649), local politician and royalist army officer, was the eldest son and heir of Sir Anthony Poulett (or Paulet; 1561/2–1600) of Hinton St George, Somerset, governor of Jersey from 1588 until his death, and his wife, Catherine (...

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Puckering [formerly Newton], Sir Henry, third baronet (bap. 1618, d. 1701), royalist army officer and local politician, was baptized on 13 April 1618 at St Dunstan-in-the-West, London, the son of Sir Adam Newton, first baronet (d. 1630), a Scot, and his wife, ...