Thomas Wode was an English judge.
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Wallingford was a constituency in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
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Wantage ( is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom since 2005 by Ed Vaizey, a Conservative.
Newcastle-under-Lyme is a constituency in north Staffordshire created in 1354 and represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2001 by Paul Farrelly of the Labour Party. The constituency was last co-represented by a member of the Conservative Party when it was a dual-member constituency before the 1885 General Election. In 1919 the local MP, industrialist and major local employer Josiah Wedgwood shifted his allegiance from the Liberal Party — the Lloyd George Coalition Liberals allying with the Conservatives — to the Labour Party and the seat has elected the Labour candidate who has stood since that date, a total of 29 elections in succession. Labour came close to losing the seat in 1969, 1986, 2015 and 2017.
Crowmarsh Gifford, commonly known as Crowmarsh, is a village in the civil parish of Crowmarsh in South Oxfordshire. It is beside the River Thames opposite the market town of Wallingford, the two linked by Wallingford Bridge. Crowmarsh parish also includes the hamlet of Newnham Murren, which is now merged with the village; the hamlet of Mongewell, and the village of North Stoke 2 miles (3.2 km) to the south.
WODE-FM is a commercial FM radio station licensed to serve Easton, Pennsylvania. The station's service contour covers the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania, in the United States.
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Edmund Dunch was a British politician who sat in the English and British House of Commons between 1701 and 1719. He was Master of the Royal Household to Queen Anne.
Sir John Aubrey, 6th Baronet was a British Tory politician. In 1786, he succeeded to his father's baronetcy.
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Sir Thomas Wode, KS, of Childrey in Berkshire, was Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas from 1500 and in 1478 was elected a Member of Parliament for Wallingford.
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Edmund Dunch (1602–1678) was an English Member of Parliament who supported the Parliamentary cause before and during the English Civil War. During the Interregnum he sat as a member of parliament. In 1659, after the Protectorate and before the Restoration, regaining his seat in the Rump he also sat in Committee of Safety. After the restoration of the monarchy he was not exempted under the Act of Pardon and Oblivion but the titles granted to him under the Protectorate were not recognised under the restored monarchy of Charles II.
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Thomas Atwode, of Canterbury, Kent, was an English politician.
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Sir Anthony Forrest was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1624 to 1626.
Sir Hugh Stucley (1496–1559) was lord of the manor of Affeton in Devon, and was Sheriff of Devon in 1545. His third son was Thomas Stukley, known as "The Lusty Stucley".