Simon Brome

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Simon Brome, Brown or Browne (died 1603), of St. Andrew's, Canterbury, Kent, was an English politician.

Career[edit]

Active in local politics, he was made a Freeman of Canterbury in 1559, Sheriff of Canterbury for 1565-66, an alderman in 1571, and mayor for 1573-74, 1576-77, 1587-88 and 1601-02. He was elected a Member of Parliament (MP) for Canterbury 1584, 1586 and 1589.[1]

He married Mildred Courthope and had at least 7 sons and a daughter. [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "BROME (BROWN, BROWNE), Simon (d.1603), of St. Andrew's, Canterbury, Kent.". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 6 July 2014.