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 married Mary, the daughter of Robert Hodgson of London, with whom he had 4 sons and 8 or 9 daughters.
- "CROMPTON, Thomas II (d.1601), of Bennington, Herts., Hounslow, Mdx. and Farringdon, London.". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
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