Peter Mews of Hinton Admiral

Hinton Admiral House, built by Mews in 1720

English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1710 to 1726.

- Peter Mews of Hinton Admiral
Hinton Admiral House, built by Mews in 1720

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Hinton Admiral House

Hinton Admiral

Estate and ancestral home of the Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick family and located in the settlement of Hinton, near Bransgore in Hampshire, England.

Estate and ancestral home of the Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick family and located in the settlement of Hinton, near Bransgore in Hampshire, England.

Hinton Admiral House

The current house was built in 1720 for Sir Peter Mews

Hinton Admiral House, Christchurch

George Tapps

British landowner and developer involved in the founding of Bournemouth.

British landowner and developer involved in the founding of Bournemouth.

Hinton Admiral House, Christchurch

Tapps inherited some of the estates, including Hinton Admiral, which formerly belonged to Sir Peter Mews of Hinton Admiral, from his cousin, Joseph Jarvis Clerke, when the latter died without issue in 1778.

List of MPs elected in the 1710 British general election

List of Members of Parliament elected in the 1710 British general election, held in October of that year.

List of Members of Parliament elected in the 1710 British general election, held in October of that year.

Peter Mews

List of MPs elected in the 1722 British general election

List of MPs elected in the 1722 British general election

List of MPs elected in the 1722 British general election

Sir Peter Mews - died Replaced by Jacob Banks 1726