Edward Wardour

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Sir Edward Wardour (died 14 March 1645) was an English office holder and politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1621 and 1625.

Wardour was a native a Malmesbury and held the office of Clerk of the Pells.[1] He was knighted by the King at Whitehall on 20 July 1618.[2] In 1621, he was elected Member of Parliament for Malmesbury. He was re-elected MP for Malmesbury in 1624 and 1625.[3]

Wardour died in 1645 and was buried at All Saints Church, Oxford.[4]

Wardour married Jane Bowdler, who died on 20 January 1652 and was buried by him.[4]

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Parliament of England
Preceded by
Sir Roger Dallyson
Sir Neville Poole
Member of Parliament for Malmesbury
1621–1625
With: Sir Henry Poole 1621–1622
Thomas Hatton 1624
Sir Henry Moody, 1st Baronet 1625
Succeeded by
Sir Henry Moody, 1st Baronet
Sir William Crofts