John Fownes

John Fownes (1661-1731) of Kittery Court in the parish of Kingswear and of Nethway in the parish of Brixham, both in Devon, was a British landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1714 to 1715.wikipedia
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Fownes was the eldest son and heir of John Fownes (1640-1670) of Whitleigh (anciently Whitley) in the parish of St Budeaux, near Plymouth, Devon, by his wife Mary Northleigh (1641-1669), a daughter of Henry Northleigh (1612-1675) of Peamore, Exminster, Devon and sister of Henry Northleigh (1643-1694) of Peamore, thrice MP for Okehampton.
Their eldest son and heir was John Fownes (1661–1731) of Kittery Court, a Member of Parliament for Dartmouth 1713–14.

John Fownes (junior)

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*John Fownes (died 1733) of Kittery Court, a Member of Parliament for Dartmouth in 1715, who married Anne Maddock, a daughter of Samuel Maddock of Tamerton Foliot.
Fownes was the eldest son of John Fownes of Nethway and his wife Anne Yarde, daughter.

Thomas Fones

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His great grandfather was Thomas Fones (died 1638) of Plymouth, Mayor of Plymouth in 1619, who was from Worcestershire and was the first of his family to settle in Devon.

Henry Fownes Luttrell (died 1780)

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His son was Henry Fownes Luttrell (c.1722-1780), of Dunster Castle, Somerset, High Sheriff of Somerset from 1754 to 1755, and a Member of Parliament for Minehead from 1768 to 1774, who married Margaret Luttrell, the heiress of Dunster Castle and added his wife's name to his own to comply with her father's will.
His grandfather was John Fownes (1661-1731) of Kittery Court in the parish of Kingswear and of Nethway in the parish of Brixham, both in Devon, a Member of Parliament for Dartmouth, Devon, in 1713-14.

Dartmouth (UK Parliament constituency)

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*John Fownes (died 1733) of Kittery Court, a Member of Parliament for Dartmouth in 1715, who married Anne Maddock, a daughter of Samuel Maddock of Tamerton Foliot. Fownes was a high Tory and was returned as Member of Parliament for Dartmouth at a by-election on 20 March 1714.

Kingswear

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John Fownes (1661-1731) of Kittery Court in the parish of Kingswear and of Nethway in the parish of Brixham, both in Devon, was a British landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1714 to 1715.

Brixham

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John Fownes (1661-1731) of Kittery Court in the parish of Kingswear and of Nethway in the parish of Brixham, both in Devon, was a British landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1714 to 1715.

House of Commons of the United Kingdom

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John Fownes (1661-1731) of Kittery Court in the parish of Kingswear and of Nethway in the parish of Brixham, both in Devon, was a British landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1714 to 1715.

St Budeaux

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Fownes was the eldest son and heir of John Fownes (1640-1670) of Whitleigh (anciently Whitley) in the parish of St Budeaux, near Plymouth, Devon, by his wife Mary Northleigh (1641-1669), a daughter of Henry Northleigh (1612-1675) of Peamore, Exminster, Devon and sister of Henry Northleigh (1643-1694) of Peamore, thrice MP for Okehampton.

Plymouth

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Fownes was the eldest son and heir of John Fownes (1640-1670) of Whitleigh (anciently Whitley) in the parish of St Budeaux, near Plymouth, Devon, by his wife Mary Northleigh (1641-1669), a daughter of Henry Northleigh (1612-1675) of Peamore, Exminster, Devon and sister of Henry Northleigh (1643-1694) of Peamore, thrice MP for Okehampton. His great grandfather was Thomas Fones (died 1638) of Plymouth, Mayor of Plymouth in 1619, who was from Worcestershire and was the first of his family to settle in Devon.

Peamore, Exminster

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Fownes was the eldest son and heir of John Fownes (1640-1670) of Whitleigh (anciently Whitley) in the parish of St Budeaux, near Plymouth, Devon, by his wife Mary Northleigh (1641-1669), a daughter of Henry Northleigh (1612-1675) of Peamore, Exminster, Devon and sister of Henry Northleigh (1643-1694) of Peamore, thrice MP for Okehampton.

Henry Northleigh

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Fownes was the eldest son and heir of John Fownes (1640-1670) of Whitleigh (anciently Whitley) in the parish of St Budeaux, near Plymouth, Devon, by his wife Mary Northleigh (1641-1669), a daughter of Henry Northleigh (1612-1675) of Peamore, Exminster, Devon and sister of Henry Northleigh (1643-1694) of Peamore, thrice MP for Okehampton.

Okehampton (UK Parliament constituency)

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Fownes was the eldest son and heir of John Fownes (1640-1670) of Whitleigh (anciently Whitley) in the parish of St Budeaux, near Plymouth, Devon, by his wife Mary Northleigh (1641-1669), a daughter of Henry Northleigh (1612-1675) of Peamore, Exminster, Devon and sister of Henry Northleigh (1643-1694) of Peamore, thrice MP for Okehampton.

List of mayors of Plymouth

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His great grandfather was Thomas Fones (died 1638) of Plymouth, Mayor of Plymouth in 1619, who was from Worcestershire and was the first of his family to settle in Devon.

Edward Yarde

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In 1681 Fownes married Anne Yard, a daughter of Edward Yarde (1638-1703) of Churston Court, Churston Ferrers, Devon, MP for Ashburton in 1685, and sister of Edward Yarde (1668/9-1735) of Churston Court, MP for Totnes in 1695.

Churston Court

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In 1681 Fownes married Anne Yard, a daughter of Edward Yarde (1638-1703) of Churston Court, Churston Ferrers, Devon, MP for Ashburton in 1685, and sister of Edward Yarde (1668/9-1735) of Churston Court, MP for Totnes in 1695.

Churston Ferrers

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In 1681 Fownes married Anne Yard, a daughter of Edward Yarde (1638-1703) of Churston Court, Churston Ferrers, Devon, MP for Ashburton in 1685, and sister of Edward Yarde (1668/9-1735) of Churston Court, MP for Totnes in 1695.

Member of parliament

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*John Fownes (died 1733) of Kittery Court, a Member of Parliament for Dartmouth in 1715, who married Anne Maddock, a daughter of Samuel Maddock of Tamerton Foliot. His son was Henry Fownes Luttrell (c.1722-1780), of Dunster Castle, Somerset, High Sheriff of Somerset from 1754 to 1755, and a Member of Parliament for Minehead from 1768 to 1774, who married Margaret Luttrell, the heiress of Dunster Castle and added his wife's name to his own to comply with her father's will. Fownes was a high Tory and was returned as Member of Parliament for Dartmouth at a by-election on 20 March 1714.

Tamerton Foliot

*John Fownes (died 1733) of Kittery Court, a Member of Parliament for Dartmouth in 1715, who married Anne Maddock, a daughter of Samuel Maddock of Tamerton Foliot.

Dunster Castle

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His son was Henry Fownes Luttrell (c.1722-1780), of Dunster Castle, Somerset, High Sheriff of Somerset from 1754 to 1755, and a Member of Parliament for Minehead from 1768 to 1774, who married Margaret Luttrell, the heiress of Dunster Castle and added his wife's name to his own to comply with her father's will.

High Sheriff of Somerset

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His son was Henry Fownes Luttrell (c.1722-1780), of Dunster Castle, Somerset, High Sheriff of Somerset from 1754 to 1755, and a Member of Parliament for Minehead from 1768 to 1774, who married Margaret Luttrell, the heiress of Dunster Castle and added his wife's name to his own to comply with her father's will.

Minehead (UK Parliament constituency)

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His son was Henry Fownes Luttrell (c.1722-1780), of Dunster Castle, Somerset, High Sheriff of Somerset from 1754 to 1755, and a Member of Parliament for Minehead from 1768 to 1774, who married Margaret Luttrell, the heiress of Dunster Castle and added his wife's name to his own to comply with her father's will.

Margaret Fownes-Luttrell

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His son was Henry Fownes Luttrell (c.1722-1780), of Dunster Castle, Somerset, High Sheriff of Somerset from 1754 to 1755, and a Member of Parliament for Minehead from 1768 to 1774, who married Margaret Luttrell, the heiress of Dunster Castle and added his wife's name to his own to comply with her father's will.