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Baker, Sir John (c. 1489–1558), administrator and speaker of the House of Commons, was born c.1489, being about sixty-two in 1551, the eldest of four sons of Richard Baker (d. 1504), landowner, of Cranbrook, Kent, and his wife, Joan (d...

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Baynard, Richard (1371–1434), lawyer and speaker of the House of Commons, was born on 2 February 1371, the fourth son of Thomas Baynard (d. 1375) of Messing, Essex, the family home since the twelfth century. He inherited Messing, Birch Hall, and Le Castle...

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Bell, Sir Robert (d. 1577), judge and speaker of the House of Commons, is of unknown parentage and origins, although he may have come from a Norfolk or Yorkshire family. He was possibly educated at Cambridge and certainly at the Middle Temple, where he was a bencher, autumn reader in 1565, and Lent reader in 1572. He was married three times: first, to ...

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Best, William Draper, first Baron Wynford (1767–1845), judge and deputy speaker, was born at Haselbury Plucknett, Somerset, on 13 December 1767, the third son of Thomas Best and his wife, Elizabeth Draper. He attended the grammar school at Crewkerne, and, being intended for the ...

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Bowes, John (c. 1383–1444), lawyer and speaker of the House of Commons, came from a minor gentry family established by 1200 at Costock in south Nottinghamshire. The son of John Bowes (d. in or before 1404) and an unknown mother, he was the first of the family to enjoy a career of any distinction, probably owing his early advancement to his neighbour ...

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Broke, Sir Robert (d. 1558), judge, legal writer, and speaker of the House of Commons, was probably born in the first decade of the sixteenth century. He was the eldest son of Thomas Broke of Claverley, Shropshire, and Margaret, daughter of Humphrey Grosvenor...

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Charlton, Sir Job, first baronet (c. 1614–1697), judge and politician, was born at Ludford, Herefordshire, the eldest surviving son of Robert Charlton (d. c.1670), a goldsmith of Mincing Lane in London, and Emma, daughter of Thomas Harby of Adstone, Northamptonshire. His father, who may have come from ...

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Chute, Chaloner (c. 1595–1659), lawyer, was the first son of Charles Chute of the Middle Temple and Kelvedon, Essex, and his wife, Ursula, daughter of John Chaloner of Fulham, Middlesex. His father, who was originally from Suffolk, held a post in the south of ...

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Cordell, Sir William (1522–1581), lawyer and speaker of the House of Commons, was the eldest son of John Cordell, originally from Edmonton, who had become the principal servant to Sir William Clopton (d. 1531) of Kentwell in Long Melford, Suffolk, and Lincoln's Inn...

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Crewe, Sir Thomas (1566–1634), lawyer and speaker of the House of Commons, was born in Nantwich, Cheshire, the third son of John Crewe (d. 1598), a tanner, and his wife, Alice Mainwaring, and brother of Sir Randolph Crewe, politician and judge. He married, in 1596, ...

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Sir John Croke (1553x66–1620) by unknown artist, 1618 by kind permission of the Earl of Leicester and the Trustees of the Holkham Estate. Photograph: Photographic Survey, Courtauld Institute of Art, London

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Croke, Sir John (1553x6–1620), judge and speaker of the House of Commons, was the eldest son of Sir John Croke (d. 1608) of Chilton, Buckinghamshire, and Elizabeth (d. 1611), daughter of Sir Alexander Unton of Chequers in the same county, and grandson of ...

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Drury, Sir Robert (b. before 1456, d. 1535), lawyer and speaker of the House of Commons, was born before 1456 at Hawstead, Suffolk, the first of four sons and two daughters of Roger Drury (d. 1496), an important landowner in that county, and his wife, ...

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Dyer, Sir James (1510–1582), judge, law reporter, and speaker of the House of Commons, was born between January and March 1510, the second son of Richard Dyer (d. 1523) of Wincanton, Somerset; his mother's surname was Walton. There was an old tradition that he spent some time at ...

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John Finch, Baron Finch of Fordwich (1584–1660) attrib. Sir Anthony Van Dyck, c. 1640 reproduced with the permission of Lord Barnard, Raby Castle, Staindrop, Darlington, co. Durham. Photograph: Photographic Survey, Courtauld Institute of Art, London

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Finch, John, Baron Finch of Fordwich (1584–1660), speaker of the House of Commons and judge, was born on 17 September 1584 at Hoath Farm, Moat, Kent, the son of Sir Henry Finch (c. 1558–1625), lawyer, and his wife, Ursula, daughter of John Thwaites...

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Fitzwilliam, Sir Thomas (d. 1497), lawyer and speaker of the House of Commons, was born into a Lincolnshire gentry family, the son of Thomas Fitzwilliam of Mablethorpe (d. 1479) and his wife, Margaret Dymmok (d. 1463). He was educated at the ...

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Glanville, Sir John, the younger (1585/6–1661), lawyer and politician, was born in Kilworthy, Devon, the second son of John Glanville (1542–1600), judge of common pleas, and his wife, Alice (d. 1632), daughter of John Skerret of Tavistock, Devon, who later married Sir Francis Godolphin (...

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Green, John (d. 1473), lawyer and speaker of the House of Commons, was the son and heir of John Green of Widdington, Essex, and his wife, Agnes Duke. Having inherited no more than a small estate in north Essex, he advanced himself through his profession and by marriage. It is said that he was raised in the household of ...

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Gregory, Sir William (1625–1696), judge and speaker of the House of Commons, the second but eldest surviving son of Robert Gregory (d. 1643) and his wife, Anne, daughter of John Harvey of Broadestone, Gloucestershire, was born at his father's vicarage, possibly called ...