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Ansculf (Anscough) de Picquigny MP
(c.1014 - 1071)
"Ansculf of Dudley", "Anscough de Picquigny"
Ansculf of Dudley held Newport [Pagnell] in 1086 in Buckinghamshire,. He was the Domesday tenant of lands in several counties in 1086. He held Dudley in 1086 in Worcestershire.
See "My Lines"
Sir John Aylesbury, MP MP
(1334 - 1409)
Family and Education
b. and bap. Weldon, Northants. 6 May 1334, s. of Thomas Aylesbury (d.v.p.) of Milton Keynes by Joan, da. of Sir Ralph Basset (d.1341) of Weldon. m. (1) bef. Mich. 1359, Isabel, p...
Roger Dayrell, MP
(1338 - 1407)
Family and Education s. and h. of John Dayrell of Lillingstone Dayrell by his w. Joan. m. (1) bef. July 1384, Joan, da. of Thomas Amersham of Amersham, Bucks., 4s. 2da.; (2) Margaret — of Perten...
Sir Philip de la Vache, KG, MP
(c.1348 - 1408)
"Philip De La /Vache/"
b. Chalfont St. Giles 5 Sept. 1348, s. of Sir Richard de la Vache† KG (d.1366) by his w. Amy. m. between Oct. 1379 and Feb. 1380, Elizabeth (c.1361-5 Mar. 1414), da. of Sir Lewis Clifford KG (d....
John Hampden, Patriae Pater MP
(c.1595 - 1643)
From John Hampden's entry in British Civil Wars, Commonwealth, and Protectorate, 1638-1660:
John Hampden, c.1595-1643
Famous for his stand against forced loans and ship-money, his death early in ...