Chapple Norton

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General John Chapple Norton (2 April 1746 – 19 March 1818), son of Fletcher Norton, 1st Baron Grantley, was a British Army officer who served in the American Revolutionary War and who later became a Member of Parliament for Guildford.[1][2]

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Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
George Onslow
Hon. William Norton
Member of Parliament for Guildford
1784–1790
With: Viscount Cranley
Succeeded by
Viscount Cranley
George Holme Sumner
Preceded by
Viscount Cranley
George Holme Sumner
Member of Parliament for Guildford
1796–1800
With: Viscount Cranley
Parliament of Great Britain abolished
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Self in Parliament of Great Britain
Member of Parliament for Guildford
18011806
With: Viscount Cranley
Succeeded by
Thomas Cranley Onslow
George Holme Sumner
Preceded by
Hon. Thomas Cranley Onslow
George Holme Sumner
Member of Parliament for Guildford
18071812
With: Hon. Thomas Cranley Onslow
Succeeded by
Hon. Thomas Cranley Onslow
Arthur Onslow
Military offices
Preceded by
Winter Blathwayte
Colonel of the 81st Regiment of Foot
1795–1797
Succeeded by
Gordon Forbes
Preceded by
Samuel Hulse
Colonel of the 56th (West Essex) Regiment of Foot
1797–1818
Succeeded by
Sir John Murray