The case of Sir Thomas Clarke, and John Boteler Esquire
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The case of Sir Thomas Clarke, and John Boteler Esquire and of the inhabitants of the town of Hertford, petitioners; against Charles Caesar, and Richard Goulston, Esquires, sitting members. by Clarke, Thomas Sir

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Published in [London .
Written in English

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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3486, no. 7.
ContributionsBoteler, John., Caesar, Charles.
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Open LibraryOL16861177M

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Sir Thomas Clarke PC FRS ( – 13 November ) was a British judge who served as Master of the was the son of a carpenter and a pawnbroker from St Giles in the Fields, and was educated at Westminster School between and thanks to the help of Zachary 10 June he matriculated to Trinity College, Cambridge, graduating with a BA in Preceded by: Sir John Strange. Thomas (Tom) Clarke was born on 11 March on the Isle of Wight, the eldest of four children born to James Clarke, an Anglican bombardier in the Royal Artillery and his Catholic wife, Mary. Almost every election ended in a petition to the House of Commons against the result, and the usual outcome was that the cases were decided for partisan reasons rather than on the merits of the case. In , Caesar was defeated at the general election by one Sir Thomas Clarke, and petitioned against the result, though he withdrew his petition. Poss. U.S. President [John ADAMS] 's Great Grandfather. Poss. PM Churchill's Great Grandfather.

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Son of Sir Thomas de Clerke, I and Lady Maud or Matilda Burgh Husband of Lady Bennetta Myers Clarke and Eleanor de Clarke Father of John de Clerke; Robert de Clerke and Thomas Clark, III, Esq. Occupation: lived at Beaumes Manor, Knight: Managed by: Private User Last Updated: today. Family John Boteler, Esquire, d. 11 May , of, Watton Woodhall, Hertfordshire, England; Children 1. Sir Philip Boteler, b. Abt , d. 28 Mar (Age ~ 50 years) Sources [S29] # The Wallop Family and Their Ancestry, Watney, Vernon James, (4 volumes. About Sir Thomas Butler, of Bewsey and Warrington Sir Thomas Boteler, of Bewsey (son of Thomas Boteler & Margaret Delves) was born circa at of Bewsey in Warrington, Burtonwood, & Great Sankey, Lancashire, England; Age 28 in Sir Thomas Boteler died on 15 September ,6.   Sir Thomas Boteler of Bewsey ( Apr ). Parents: Sir John Boteler of Bewsey, M.P. and Margaret Stanley. Married: Margaret Delves, daughter of John Delves of Doddington, Knight. Sir Thomas Boteler is the son of Sir John Boteler and Margaret Stanley Sir Thomas Boteler lived at Beausey, Warrington, Cheshire, England