Edward Ferrers (MP)

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Edwards Ferrers (c.1573-1639),[1] was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1610 to 1611.

Ferrers was the eldest son of Roger Ferrers of Fiddlington. In 1610, Ferrers was elected as the first Member of Parliament for Tewkesbury when it received its franchise.[2]

Ferrers was the brother of William Ferrers (died 1625) who was a benefactor of the free grammar school.


Parliament of England
Preceded by
Newly enfranchised
Member of Parliament for Tewkesbury
With: Sir Dudley Digges
Succeeded by
Sir Dudley Digges
Sir John Ratcliffe