Thomas Throckmorton (died 1615)

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Thomas Throckmorton (by 1536-1615), was an English politician. [1]

He was the eldest son of Anthony Throckmorton, a Mercer of St. Martin’s Lane, Westminster and Chastleton, Oxfordshire.

He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of England for Warwickshire in 1558 and Warwick in 1559.

He married Julian, the widow of Thomas Wye of Lypiatt and had no children.


  1. ^ "THROCKMORTON, John (c.1555-1615), of Lypiatt, Glos". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 27 May 2016.

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