Thomas St Aubyn

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Thomas St Aubyn (c. 1578 – 1637) was an English politician.

He was the son of Thomas St Aubyn of Clowance in Cornwall and studied at Queen's College, Oxford and the Middle Temple. [1]

He was elected the MP for St Ives in the Parliament of 1601 alongside Thomas Barton and MP for Grampound in the Addled Parliament (1614). [1]

He married Katherine, the daughter of John Bonython of Carclew with whom he had two sons and a daughter. [1]

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References

  1. 1 2 3 "ST. AUBYN, Thomas (c.1578-1637), of Clowance and Helston, Cornw". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 1 April 2012.