William Ellis (14th-century MP)

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William Ellis, of Burton in Kennington and Canterbury, Kent.

Family[edit]

Ellis married, before 1381, a woman named Isabel; they had a son, Thomas Ellis, MP for Kent constituency.[1]

Career[edit]

Ellis was a Member of Parliament for Canterbury constituency May 1382, February 1383, November 1384, February 1388 and 1395.[2]

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