See Fanshawe [Fanshaw], Thomas, first Viscount Fanshawe of Dromore
Sybil M. Jack
Anthony R. J. S. Adolph
Jermyn [Germain], Henry, earl of St Albans (bap. 1605, d. 1684), courtier and government official, was baptized at St Margaret Lothbury, London, on 29 March 1605, the fourth but second surviving son of Sir Thomas Jermyn (bap. 1573, d. 1644/5), politician and courtier of ...
Leighton, Sir Elisha [Ellis] (d. 1685), royalist courtier and government official, was the third son of the Scottish physician and presbyterian divine Alexander Leighton (c. 1570–1649), and younger brother of Robert Leighton (bap. 1612, d. 1684), bishop of Dunblane and archbishop of Glasgow...
Procter, Sir Stephen (bap. 1562, d. 1619), courtier and revenue official, eldest son of Thomas Procter (c.1535–1621), ironmaster and entrepreneur, of Friar Head, Winterburn, in the parish of Gargrave, Yorkshire, and later of Warsill near Ripon, and his first wife, Mary...
Reymes, Bullen (1613–1672), army officer, courtier, and government official, was born on 28 December 1613 at Petre Hayes, Devon, the eldest son and heir of Bullen Reymes (1586–1652) of Westminster, a courtier and gentleman usher to the duchess of Buckingham, and Mary (1585–1660)...
Michael S. Moss
Stuart, James (1775–1849), landowner, politician, and factory inspector, was the eldest son of Dr Charles Stuart (1745/6–1826), of Dunearn in Fife, and Mary, the daughter of the Revd Dr John Erskine. His father was minister of Cramond, on the Firth of Forth, and later a physician in ...