Thomas Warren (by 1513 – 1591), of Dover and Ripple, Kent was an English politician.
He was a Member of Parliament (MP) for Dover in 1547, 1555, 1559, 1563 and 1572.
Thomas Kelsey rose from obscurity as a "London tradesman" to become an important figure in the government of Oliver Cromwell.
The East Kent Railway (EKR) was an early railway operating between Strood and Faversham in Kent England, during 1858 and 1859. In the latter year it changed its name to the London, Chatham and Dover Railway to reflect its ambitions to build a rival line from London to Dover via Chatham and Canterbury. The line as far as Canterbury was opened in 1860 and the extension to Dover Priory railway station 22 July 1861. The route to Victoria station, London, via the Mid-Kent line and the West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway opened on 1 November 1861.
Kent was a federal electoral district (riding) represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1867 to 1904, 1917 to 1968, and 1979 to 1997. It was located in the province of Ontario, and was created by the British North America Act of 1867.
Ripple, also known as 'Ripple Vale', is a village and civil parish in the Dover District of Kent, England.
The A258 road is an A road in England, running through East Kent from Dover to Sandwich. It is in Zone 2 of the Great Britain numbering scheme.
Romney Warren Halt railway station is a station on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway in Kent, England. It has also been known as Warren Halt and Warren Bridge Halt.
Ringwould is a village and electoral ward near Deal in Kent, England. The coastal confederation of Cinque Ports during its mediaeval period consisted of a confederation of 42 towns and villages in all. This included Ringwould, as a 'limb' of Dover.
Sir Thomas Browne was a Member of Parliament and Chancellor of the Exchequer. Browne's tenure as Chancellor occurred during the Great Bullion Famine and the Great Slump in England. He was executed for treason on 20 July 1460.
Ripple Windmill is a Grade II listed smock mill in Ringwould, Kent, England, that was built in Drellingore and moved to Ringwould in the early nineteenth century. Having been stripped of machinery and used as a television mast, it is now under restoration as a working windmill.
Folkestone Warren Halt was a station on the South Eastern Main Line of the South Eastern Railway at the beach location known as "The Warren" in the east end of Folkestone, Kent. Now within the East Cliff and Warren Country Park.
Sir Thomas Neville or Nevill was a younger son of George Neville, 4th Baron Bergavenny. He was a prominent lawyer and a trusted councillor of King Henry VIII, and was elected Speaker of the House of Commons in 1515.
Sir William Hardres, 4th Baronet of Hardres Court, Upper Hardres, Kent was a British landowner and Tory politician who sat in the House of Commons in two periods between 1711 and 1735.
John Warren, of Dover, Kent, was an English politician and a member of parliament.
Thomas Andrews, of Dover, Kent, was an English politician.
Thomas Portway, of Dover, Kent, was an English politician.
Thomas Colly, of Dover, Kent, was an English politician.
Thomas Saunders was an English politician.
Sir John Scott was the eldest son of Sir William Scott of Scot's Hall. He served in King Henry VIII's campaigns in France, and was active in local government in Kent and a Member of Parliament for New Romney. He was the grandfather of both Reginald Scott, author of The Discoverie of Witchcraft, a source for Shakespeare's Macbeth, and Thomas Keyes, who married Lady Mary Grey.
Thomas Brooke, 8th Baron Cobham, lord of the Manor of Cobham, Kent, was an English peer.
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