Vincent Denne

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Vincent Denne (ca. 1628 – October 1693) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1654 and from 1681 to 1685.

Denne was the son of Thomas Denne, of Canterbury and his wife Susan Honeywood, daughter of Arthur Honeywood of Lenham. He became a sergeant-at-law.[1]

In 1656, Denne was elected Member of Parliament (MP) for Canterbury in the Second Protectorate Parliament.[2] After the Restoration he was again MP for Canterbury from 1681 to 1685.[3]

Denne died in 1693 possessed of Denne Hill.[4]

Denn married Mary Denne of Denne Hill and had four daughters.[1]

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Parliament of England
Preceded by
Thomas Scot
Francis Butcher
Member of Parliament for Canterbury
1656
With: Thomas St Nicholas
Succeeded by
Thomas St Nicholas
Robert Gibbon
Preceded by
Sir Edward Hales, Bt
Thomas Hardres
Member of Parliament for Canterbury
1681-1685
With: Lewis Watson
Succeeded by
Sir William Honywood, Bt
Henry Lee