William Northmore

William Northmore (1690–1735), of Northmore House, Okehampton and Cleve, near Exeter, Devon, was a British landowner and Tory politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1713 and 1735.wikipedia
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Thomas Northmore (died 1713)

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He married by a settlement dated 25 August 1711, his cousin Anne Northmore daughter of Thomas Northmore of Cleve.

Okehampton (UK Parliament constituency)

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Northmore was some time Recorder of Okehampton, and was returned as Tory Member of Parliament for Okehampton at the 1713 British general election.

House of Commons of the United Kingdom

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William Northmore (1690–1735), of Northmore House, Okehampton and Cleve, near Exeter, Devon, was a British landowner and Tory politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1713 and 1735.

Member of parliament

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Northmore was some time Recorder of Okehampton, and was returned as Tory Member of Parliament for Okehampton at the 1713 British general election.

1713 British general election

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Northmore was some time Recorder of Okehampton, and was returned as Tory Member of Parliament for Okehampton at the 1713 British general election.

1715 British general election

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He was returned again at the 1715 British general election, and voted against the Government in all recorded divisions.

Sir Arthur Chichester, 3rd Baronet

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His first wife Anne died in 1717 and he married as his second wife in May 1720, Florence Chichester, daughter of Sir Arthur Chichester, 3rd Baronet.

1727 British general election

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Northmore resumed his seat at Okehampton at the 1727 British general election, voting with the Opposition against the Hessians in 1730 and the excise bill in 1733.