Thomas Thornhagh (fl. 1393) was an English politician.
He was elected Mayor of Lincoln for 1390–91 and was Coroner of Lincoln for at least three years (by 1392 until after 21 September 1395).
He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of England for Lincoln in 1393.
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Robert Thornhagh Gurdon, 1st Baron Cranworth, was a British Member of Parliament.
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John Bokyngham was a medieval treasury official and Bishop of Lincoln.
Sir John Bussy of Hougham in Lincolnshire was a Member of Parliament representing Lincolnshire or Rutland eleven times from 1383 to 1398 as a Knight of the Shire. He was also Speaker of the House of Commons at the three Parliaments between 1393 and 1398, during which he supported the policies of king Richard II. He was most famous for orchestrating the abdication of parliament's power to an eighteen-man subcommittee in order to concentrate power in the hands of the king's supporters.
Bradley Priory was an Augustinian priory in the parish of Nevill Holt, Leicestershire, England.
Thornhagh Gurdon, F.S.A. was an English antiquarian.
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Colonel Francis Thornhagh or Thornhaugh (1617–1648) was an English soldier, High Sheriff and MP.
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Thornhagh may refer to:
John Thornhagh (1648–1723) was an English Member of Parliament.
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