Clement Coke

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Clement Coke (died 24 May 1629) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1614 and 1629.

Coke was the son of Sir Edward Coke, Chief Justice, and his wife Bridget Paston, daughter of John Paston of Norwich. In 1614, Coke was elected Member of Parliament for Clitheroe.[1] He was elected MP for Dunwich in 1621. In 1626 he was elected MP for Aylesbury and sat until March 1629 when King Charles decided to rule without parliament, and then did so for eleven years.[2] Coke died two months after the dissolution of the last parliament.

Coke married Sarah Reddish, daughter of Alexander Reddish of Reddish, Lancashire.[1] She brought to him Longford Hall, Derbyshire. His son Edward was created a baronet in 1641.


Parliament of England
Preceded by
Sir John Dormer
Martin Lister
Member of Parliament for Clitheroe
With: Sir Gilbert Hoghton, 2nd Baronet
Succeeded by
Sir Thomas Walmsley
William Fanshawe
Preceded by
Philip Gawdy
Henry Dade
Member of Parliament for Dunwich
With: Thomas Bedingfield
Succeeded by
Sir John Rous
Sir Robert Brooke
Preceded by
Sir Robert Carr
Sir John Hare
Member of Parliament for Aylesbury
With: Arthur Goodwin 1626–1628
Sir Edmund Verney 1628–1629
Succeeded by
Parliament suspended until 1640