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John Hampden entered Parliament in ; throughout the late 's and 's he was often in legal trouble for his resistance to King Charles's initiatives and taxes. When the Civil War began in he took an active part from his station in Oxford, near which, at Chalgrove Field, he suffered fatal wounds in June of that year. Who were John Pym and John Hampden? Leaders of a Leveller rebellion in ; Cromwell's sons-in-law; Royalist generals defeated in the Civil War by Cromwell's armies ; Leaders of the Puritan Parliamentary opposition to the King during the Long Parliament.
Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results John HAMPDEN ( - ) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days How do we create a person’s profile? We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s profile. John Hampden the younger (c. –), the second son of Richard Hampden, returned to England after residing for about two years in France, and joined himself to Lord William Russell and Algernon Sidney and the party opposed to the arbitrary government of Charles II. With Russell and Sidney he was arrested in for alleged complicity in.
Author of Eighteenth-century plays, Twenty-four one-act plays, Nine modern plays, A picture history of India, Great English short stories, The Beggar's opera and other eighteenth-century plays, Ballads and ballad-plays, Ten modern plays. John Hampden was born C_ in Hampden (Buckinghamshire) England, son of Edmund Hampden and Joanna Belknap. He was married in the year to Elizabeth Whalesborough, they had 6 children. He died in the year This information is part of by on Genealogy Online.
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John Hampden, (bornLondon—died JThame, Oxfordshire, Eng.), English Parliamentary leader famous for his opposition to King Charles I over ship money, an episode in the controversies that ultimately led to the English Civil Wars.
A first cousin of Oliver Cromwell, Hampden was educated at the University of Oxford and the Inner Temple, London, and entered the. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Drinkwater, John, John Hampden's England. London, T. Butterworth  (OCoLC) John Hampden.
English Parliamentarian. Birthplace: London, England Location of death: Thame, Oxfordshire, England Cause of death: War Remains: Buried, St.
Mary Magdalene Churc. English statesman, the eldest son of William Hampden, of Great Hampden in Buckinghamshire, a descendant of a very ancient family of that place, said to have been established Died: John Hampden put himself head of the troop of horse and led the counter attack, John was wounded in the battle.
John Hampden died of his wound at The Greyhound Inn in Thame. Statesman. Born in London,England. Son of William Hampden and Elizabeth Hampden. John's mother is the Aunt of Oliver Cromwell. John is the descendant of Winston Churchill. Birth: John Hampden was born by ,assuming he came to New England as an adult.
Death: Nothing is known of his place or date of death. Ship: [possibly] Charity or Swan, Life in England:John Hampden was described by Winslow as a “gentleman of London.” He has been identified as the John Hampden, Puritan Member of Parliament, but this remains a.
The lock sold at Dominic Winter’s auction of Printed Books, Maps & Autographs on May 28 for £ (plus 20% buyer’s premium). Offered in a gilt locket in a later wooden case, it includes a title label tipped onto a velvet ground beneath the locket.
It was offered with a typescript of John Hampden’s England () by John Drinkwater. John Hampden was born inprobably in London, son of William Hampden and Elizabeth Cromwell, daughter of Sir Henry Cromwell of Hinchinbrooke. Thus John and his younger brother Richard, born inwere first cousins to Sir Henry’s grandson Oliver, later to become Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland.
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British Museum. Catalogue of the pamphlets, books, newspapers, and manuscripts relating to the Civil War, the Commonwealth, and Restoration, collected by George Thomason, f.6 Folger bibliographic ID: ESTC number: R Wing number: DA Folger call number: H Folger holdings ID: Father Sir Reginald de Hampden d.
; Mother Nichola Grenville; John de Hampden was born circa at of Hampden, Buckinghamshire, England. He married Joanne de Aylesbury, daughter of Sir Philip de Aylesbury, Sheriff of Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire and Margaret de Keynes, circa John de Hampden died in at Hampton, Buckinghamshire.
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John Selden (16 December – 30 November ) was an English jurist, a scholar of England's ancient laws and constitution and scholar of Jewish law. He was known as a polymath; John Milton hailed Selden in as "the chief of learned men reputed in this land.".
A discreet and learned speech, spoken in the Parliament, on Wednesday, the 4 of January,by Mr. Hampden, Burgesse for Buckingham: concerning the accusation of high treason, preferred by His Majesty, against himselfe, the Lord Kimbolton, Sr.
Arthur Haslerig, Mr. Pym, Mr. Strowd, Mr. Hollis, worthy members of the House of Commons: therein worthily declaring the difference betwixt a good. Hampden, John (–). Hampden, a parliamentarian, sat in every Parliament from until his death.
He was imprisoned in for refusing the forced loan and became a close friend of Sir John rose to national fame by providing the test case of the legality of ship money (–8), and in the Short and Long Parliaments his reputation was second only to Pym's.
John Hampden emerged as one of the most visible of Charles I' s opponents when he was the defendant in the celebrated test case over the legality of Ship Money, and then took a leading role in the Commons in the Short Parliament of Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Monument. Erected to commemorate John Hampden. Limestone. Obelisk set on square base, which has roundel with relief profile of Hampden, and list of donors on other panels.
John Hampden was killed at the battle of Chalgrove Field in (Buildings of England. John The Patriot Hampden was born inin London, England, to William Hampden and Elizabeth Hampden.
John had one sibling: Richard Hampden. John married Elizabeth Hampden on June 24at age 24 in Oxfordshire, England.Full text of "The Knights of England.A complete record from the earliest time to the present day of the knights of all the orders of chivalry in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of knights bachelors, incorporating a complete list of knights bachelors dubbed in Ireland".A detailed biography of John Hampden that includes includes images, quotations and the main facts of his life.
GCSE Modern World History - English Civil War. A-level - The English Civil War: Causes, Conflict, Consequence. (OCR) The Early Stuarts and the Origins of the Civil War – The Execution of Charles I and the Interregnum –