Sir Henry Marten (1602 – 9 September 1680) was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons in two periods between 1640 and 1653. He was an ardent republican and a regicide of King Charles I of England.
John Elwes (a.k.a. "Elwes the Miser"), MP, Esq. (7 April 1714 – 26 November 1789) was a Member of Parliament (MP) in Great Britain for Berkshire (1772 – 1784) and a noted eccentric and miser, believed to be the inspiration for the character of Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Dickens made reference to Elwes some years later in his last novel, Our Mutual Friend. Elwes was also believed to inspire William Harrison Ainsworth to create the character of John Scarfe in his novel The Miser's Daughter.
Henry Norris (1554 – 1599) was an English soldier and politician during the Tudor period.
Gerard de Lisle, 1st Baron Lisle (1304 – 9 June 1360) was an English nobleman and soldier during King Edward III's campaigns in Scotland and France.
Hungerford Dunch (20 January 1639 - 9 November 1680) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1660 and from 1679 to 1680.
Sir Thomas Norris (Norreys) (1556–1599) was an English soldier, made Lord President of Munster in Ireland.
Sir John Lenthall (1622–1681) was an English politician, Roundhead soldier, castle governor, lawyer, civil servant and baronet.
Sir Edmund Dunch (1551–1623), , was an English MP and High Sheriff.
John Fell (22 August 1735, Cockermouth – 6 September 1797, Homerton Academy) was an English congregationalist minister and classical tutor.
John Fettiplace (1527–1580) was an English politician and landed gentleman during the Tudor period.
Katherine (sometimes spelled Katharine) Harriot Duncombe Pleydell-Bouverie (7 June 1895 in Berkshire – 1985 in Wiltshire) was a pioneer in modern English Studio pottery.
Edmund Dunch (or Dunche) (14 December 1657 Westminster – 31 May 1719 Little Wittenham) was Master of the Royal Household to Queen Anne and a British Member of Parliament (MP).
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