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Sir John King

(c. 1586—1637) politician and landowner


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Sir John King (1639—1677) lawyer

King, Sir John (d. 1637), politician and landowner

King, Sir John (1639-1677), lawyer

Verses Sent to the King with Figs By Sir John Davis

Epitaph on the Incomparable Sir John King in the Temple-Church

328 By the King. A Proclamation for the apprehending of Mr Denzell Hollis, Sir Arthur Haslerigg, Mr John Pym, Mr John Hampden, Mr William Strode. [Whitehall 6 January 1642]

318 By the King. A Proclamation commanding Henry Percy, Esquire, Henry Jermyn, Esquire, Sir John Sucklyn, Knight, William Davenant, and Captain Billingsley, to render themselves within ten dayes. [Whitehall 8 May 1641]

CAMPBELL of Strachur, Kenneth John (1878 - 1965), 23rd Chief of MacArthur Campbell’s of Strachur (recognised by Lord Lyon King of Arms, 1950, and given authority to assume the feudal title as Representer of Baronial House of Campbell of Strachur in derivation from Sir Arthur Campbell 2nd of Strachur, 1296)

POLLARD, Alfred William (1859 - 1944), Fellow of King’s College, London, 1907; Hon. Fellow St John’s College, Oxford, 1923; Hon. Secretary, Bibliographical Society, 1893–1934; Editor of The Library, 1903–34 (1903–19 with Sir J. Y. W. MacAlister); Hon. Librarian of the Central Library for Students, 1920–26; Hon. Treasurer, 1918–19 and 1927–29; Chairman of Finance Committee, 1930–36; Director, Early English Text Society, 1930–37

Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, John Fiennes (1830 - 1907), [this Baron was 21st in descent from Geoffrey de Saye, who opposed King John and was one of the twenty-five Barons entrusted with enforcement of Magna Carta; 8th in descent was Joan, who m Sir William Fiennes, whose g s became 1st Baron, who when a prisoner in the Tower was dragged out by Jack Cade’s mob and beheaded in Cheapside, 1451; 2nd Baron landed with Edward IV, when preparing to regain the crown, but fell at Barnet, 1471; 8th Baron was a Commissioner for the Public Safety in the time of Charles I, and a distinguished Parliamentarian; 9th Baron’s d of Elizabeth m John Twisleton, 4th in descent from whom was Thomas Twisleton, who became 10th Baron]

 
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