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Clement Throckmorton (died 1663) In 1656, Throckmorton was elected Member of Parliament for Warwick in the Second Protectorate Parliament.
Clement Throckmorton (died 1663) In 1660, Throckmorton was elected MP for Warwick in the Convention Parliament. He was knighted on 11 September 1660. In 1661 he was re-elected MP for Warwick for the Cavalier Parliament and sat until his death
Clement Throckmorton (died 1573) A member of a distinguished Warwickshire family, son of Sir George Throckmorton and the brother of the influential diplomat Sir Nicholas Throckmorton and Robert Throckmorton and cousin of Henry VIII's last Queen, Catherine Parr, Throckmorton sat in nine Parliaments between 1542 and 1572, representing Warwick four times and Warwickshire twice as well as three other scattered boroughs (Devizes, Sudbury and West Looe). He also had a successful military record, and was appointed Constable of Kenilworth Castle in 1553, a post he held until his death. He acquired the estate of Haseley in Warwickshire in 1554 from his uncle, who had himself acquired it from the Crown after the attainder of its previous owner, the Duke of Northumberland. He also enhanced his fortune through successful trading, and was a founder member of the Muscovy Company.
Clement Throckmorton (died 1573) Throckmorton was a reliable but moderate Protestant, although one of his brothers remained a Catholic, which cast a shadow of doubt over Clement's allegiances, and he himself was loyal to Queen Mary while she was on the throne. However, his son, Job, was later one of the most active lay supporters of the Puritan opposition, and was deeply involved in the publication of the Marprelate Tracts. He married Katherine Neville, daughter of Sir Edward Neville of Addington and Eleanor Windsor, daughter of Sir Andrew Windsor, 1st Baron Windsor.
Clement Throckmorton (died 1663) Sir Clement Throckmorton (c. 1630 – 10 November 1663) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons variously between 1656 and 1663.
Clement Throckmorton (died 1663) Throckmorton was the son of Sir Clement Throckmorton of Haseley Warwickshire, and his wife Lettice Fisher, daughter of Sir Clement Fisher of Packington, Warwickshire.
Clement Throckmorton (died 1573) Clement Throckmorton (ca. 1512 – 1573) was an English landowner and Member of Parliament in the middle years of the 16th century.
Clement Throckmorton (MP for Warwickshire) Sir Clement Throckmorton was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1624 and 1626.
Clement Throckmorton (MP for Warwickshire) Throckmorton married Lettice Fisher, daughter of Sir Clement Fisher of Packington, Warwickshire and was the father of Job and Clement.
Clement Throckmorton (MP for Warwickshire) Throckmorton was the son of Job Throckmorton of Haseley Warwickshire and his wife Dorothy Vernon, daughter of Thomas Vernon of Howell, Staffordshire. He was awarded BA from Queen's College, Oxford having been allowed to count 8 terms at Cambridge University. He was a student of Inner Temple in 1600. In 1624, Throckmorton was elected Member of Parliament for Warwickshire. He was re-elected MP for Warwickshire in 1625 and 1626. He was, according to Dugdale, "not a little eminent for his learning and eloquence".