Alexander Thistlethwayte

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Alexander Thistlethwayte (1636–1716) of Winterslow, Wiltshire was the member of the Parliament of England for Salisbury for the parliaments of March and October 1679, and 1681. [1]

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  1. THISTLETHWAYTE, Alexander (1636-1716), of Winterslow, Wilts. The History of Parliament. Retrieved 7 February 2019.