Thomas Crompton (died 1601)

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Thomas Crompton (died 1601), was an English politician.

He was the second son of John Crompton of Prestall in Deane, Lancashire.

He was elected an MP for Steyning in 1589, Radnor in 1593 and for both Leominster and Beverley in 1597. In the latter case it is not recorded which constituency he represented.

He married Mary, the daughter of Robert Hodgson of London, with whom he had 4 sons and 8 or 9 daughters.

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Parliament of England
Preceded by
Sir Thomas Bishop
Henry Shelley
Member of Parliament for Steyning
1589–1593
With: Henry Apsley
Succeeded by
Sir Walter Waller
Sir Thomas Shirley
Preceded by
James Walter
Member of Parliament for New Radnor
1593–1597
Succeeded by
Edward Lewis