Charles Glemham

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Sir Charles Glemham (born 1576) was an English courtier and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1621 to 1625.

Glemham was the son of Christopher Glemham of Glemham, Suffolk. He matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford on 4 May 1593, aged 16.

In 1621, he was elected Member of Parliament for Aldeburgh. In 1622 he had licence to travel to the East Indies. He was elected MP for Newcastle-under-Lyme in 1624 and Aldeburgh for a second time in the Useless Parliament of 1625.[1]

He was knighted on 6 May 1625 and was Master of the Household from 1625 to his death.[2]

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Parliament of England
Preceded by
Sir William Woodhouse
Sir Henry Glemham
Member of Parliament for Aldeburgh
1621–1622
With: Sir Henry Glemham
Succeeded by
Nicholas Ryvett
John Bence
Preceded by
Nicholas Ryvett
John Bence
Member of Parliament for Aldeburgh
1625
With: Sir Thomas Glemham
Succeeded by
Sir Thomas Glemham
William Mason