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Nicholas Lechmere Sir Nicholas Lechmere (1613–1701), of Hanley Castle in Worcestershire, was an English Judge and Member of Parliament.
Nicholas Lechmere A nephew of Sir Thomas Overbury, Lechmere was educated at Wadham College, Oxford, and called to the bar as a member of Middle Temple in 1641. On the outbreak of the Civil War, he sided with Parliament, and in 1648 was elected MP for Bewdley. He was present at the Battle of Worcester in 1651. After the expulsion of the Long Parliament he represented Worcester in all three elected parliaments of the Protectorate, and resumed his seat for Bewdley in the brief resurrection of the Rump.
Nicholas Lechmere After the Restoration of Charles II, Lechmere did not return to Parliament, but continued his legal career. He had already served as Attorney General to the Duchy of Lancaster from 1654, and had become a bencher of his inn in 1655. He became a Reader of the Middle Temple in 1669. In 1689, he was made a serjeant-at-law, knighted and raised to the bench as a Baron of the Exchequer, in which role he continued until 1700.
Nicholas Lechmere His grandson, Nicholas, also a lawyer, served as both Solicitor-General and Attorney-General, and was raised to the peerage as Baron Lechmere in 1721.
Nicholas Lechmere In 1642, he married Penelope Sandys, daughter of Sir Edwin Sandys, of Northbourne, Kent, by his fourth wife, Catherine, fourth daughter of Sir Richard Bulkeley of Beaumaris, father of Thomas, viscount Bulkeley of Cashel.
Nicholas Lechmere, 1st Baron Lechmere Lechmere was also a collaborator with Richard Steele on his pamphlet "The Crisis".
Nicholas Lechmere, 1st Baron Lechmere He was educated at Merton College, Oxford, and was called to the bar as a member of Middle Temple in 1698. He took silk in 1708.
Nicholas Lechmere, 1st Baron Lechmere He died from a sudden attack of apoplexy, while seated at table, at Campden House, Kensington, on 18 June 1727, and was buried at Hanley Castle, where there is a tablet inscribed to his memory.
Nicholas Lechmere, 1st Baron Lechmere Nicholas Lechmere, 1st Baron Lechmere (5 August 167518 June 1727) was an English lawyer and politician who served as Attorney-General and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
Nicholas Lechmere, 1st Baron Lechmere He entered Parliament in 1708 as Member for Appleby, and subsequently also represented Cockermouth and Tewkesbury. In 1714 he was appointed Solicitor-General. In 1718, he was appointed Attorney-General and also became a Privy Counsellor and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. On 4 September 1721, having ceased to be attorney-general, he was raised to the peerage as Baron Lechmere of Evesham in the County of Worcester.