Charles Pilsworth

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Charles Pilsworth (died 1735) was a British politician. He was Member of Parliament for Aylesbury from 1741 to 1747.

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Personal background

Pilsworth married Parnell Tyringham and resided in the manor of Lower Winchendon. This manor, which Eddeda held of Queen Edith before the Norman Conquest eventually descended to Lord Francis Tyrington. At his death in 1735, Lower Winchendon descended to his sisters, Parnel wife of Charles Pilsworth, and Mary Tyringham. [1]

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References

  1. Parishes: Lower or Nether Winchendon, A History of the County of Buckingham: Volume 4 (1927), pp. 118-122.
Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
George Champion
Christopher Tower
Member of Parliament for Aylesbury
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With: Viscount Petersham
Succeeded by
Edward Willes
The Earl of Inchiquin