Thomas Vernon (by 1532 – 4 June 1556) was an English politician.
He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of England for Shropshire in March 1553.
Thomas Cromwell, 1st Earl of Essex, was an English lawyer and statesman who served as chief minister to King Henry VIII from 1532 to 1540, when he was beheaded on orders of the king.
Admiral Edward Vernon was an English naval officer. He had a long and distinguished career, rising to the rank of admiral after 46 years service. As a vice admiral during the War of Jenkins' Ear, in 1739 he was responsible for the capture of Porto Bello, seen as expunging the failure of Admiral Hosier there in a previous conflict. However, his amphibious operation against the Spanish port of Cartagena de Indias was a disastrous defeat. Vernon also served as a Member of Parliament (MP) on three occasions and was outspoken on naval matters in Parliament, making him a controversial figure.
Thomas Norton was an English lawyer, politician, writer of verse, and playwright.
Henry Percy, 8th Earl of Northumberland, 2nd Baron Percy was an English nobleman and conspirator.
The College of Richard Collyer, formerly called Collyer's School, is a co-educational sixth form college in Horsham, West Sussex, England. Students have achieved exam results which enabled a number to progress to universities. The college is rated as being ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, and is the only further education college in the county to have achieved this.
The College of Justice comprises the Supreme Courts of Scotland and associated bodies.
The 19th New Zealand Parliament was a term of the New Zealand Parliament. It opened on 24 June 1915, following the 1914 election. It was dissolved on 27 November 1919 in preparation for 1919 election.
Auburn is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Australian state of New South Wales in Sydney's West. It is currently represented by Lynda Voltz, after the 2019 election.
Sir John Fortescue of Salden Manor, near Mursley, Buckinghamshire, was the seventh Chancellor of the Exchequer of England, serving from 1589 until 1603.
The Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and the Royal Forests is a position established by the Normans in England.
Thomas Vernon was an English chancery lawyer, and Whig MP for Worcester. He was probably born at Hanbury Hall.
Joan Waste or Wast was a blind woman who was burned in Derby for refusing to renounce her Protestant faith.
Thomas Charlton (1417?–1465) was a speaker for House of Commons of England in 1454.
An Act of Sederunt is secondary legislation made by the Court of Session, the supreme civil court of Scotland, to regulate the proceedings of Scottish courts and tribunals hearing civil matters. Originally made under an Act of the Parliament of Scotland of 1532, the modern power to make Acts of Sederunt is largely derived from the Courts Reform (Scotland) Act 2014. Since 2013, draft Acts have also been prepared by the Scottish Civil Justice Council and submitted to the Court of Session for approval.
Sir Henry Vernon, 1st Baronet (1605–1676) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1660 and 1676.
Sir Richard Vernon was an English landowner, MP and speaker of the House of Commons.
Thomas Atwode, of Canterbury, Kent, was an English politician.
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Sir Thomas Stanley (1532/33–1576), of Winwick, Lancashire and Tong, Shropshire, was an English politician.
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