Thomas Thynne

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Thomas Thynne (landowner)
... Thomas Thynne (1647/8–12 February 1682) was an English landowner of the family that is now headed by the Marquess of Bath and politician who sat in the House of Commons ... work Absalom and Achitophel where Thynne is described as "Issachar, his wealthy western friend" ... Thynne was the son of Sir Thomas Thynne, and his wife Stuarta Balquanquill, daughter of Dr ...
High Steward Of Sutton Coldfield - List of High Stewards
1679 Thomas Thynne (later Thomas Thynne, 1st Viscount Weymouth). 1714 Thomas Willoughby, 1st Baron Middleton. 1774 Thomas Willoughby, 4th Baron Middleton ...
Longleat House and The Thynnes
... He was the first of the Thynne 'dynasty' – the family name was Thynn or Thynne in the 16th century, later consistently Thynne, but the present head of the family reverted to the spelling Thynn ... Sir John Thynne the Younger (1555–1604) Sir Thomas Thynne (ca. 1578–1639) Sir James Thynne (1605–1670) who employed Sir Christopher Wren to do modifications to the house Thomas Thynne (1646–1682) Thomas Thynne, 1st ...
Heytesbury (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - 1449–1640
... Seymour 1536 ? 1539 ? 1542 ? 1545 William Sharington Edward Chamberlain 1547 Thomas Throckmorton Thomas Eynns 1553 (Mar) ? 1553 (Oct) Fulk Mounslowe alias Langley Thomas Hill 1554 (Apr) Richard Forsett ...
Thomas Thynne, 2nd Viscount Weymouth
... Thomas Thynne, 2nd Viscount Weymouth (21 May 1710–1751) was an English peer, descended from the first Sir John Thynne of Longleat House ... Thomas Thynne was born on 21 May 1710, the son of another Thomas Thynne and his wife Lady Mary Villiers ... His father died a month before the young Thomas was born ...

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