Christopher Tancred

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Christopher Tancred (8 April 1659 – 22 November 1705), of Whixley in Yorkshire, was Member of Parliament for Aldborough from 1689 to 1698.[1]

He also served as High Sheriff of Yorkshire in 1684 and Master of the Harriers to King William III.

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Parliament of England
Preceded by
Sir Michael Wentworth
Sir Roger Strickland
Member of Parliament for Aldborough
1689–1698
With: Sir Michael Wentworth 1689-96
Henry Fairfax 1696-97
William Wentworth 1698
Succeeded by
Sir George Cooke
Sir Abstrupus Danby
Honorary titles
Preceded by
Sir Brian Stapylton, Bt
High Sheriff of Yorkshire
1684–1685
Succeeded by
Thomas Rokeby
Preceded by
William Ryder
Master of the Harriers
1689–1701
Succeeded by
Post left vacant