Francis Harvey (died 1632)
He was the eldest surviving son of Stephen Harvey of Cotes, Northamptonshire and educated at Barnard's Inn and the Middle Temple (1582). He was called to the bar in 1591. He succeeded his father in 1606 and was knighted in 1626.
He was a bencher at the Middle Temple in 1609 and reader in 1609 and 1611. He was appointed a serjeant-at-law in 1614 and recorder for Leicester the same year. He was a Justice of the common pleas in 1624.
He died in 1632 and was buried at Hardingstone. He had married twice: firstly Elizabeth Hemming of Hertfordshire, a London widow, with whom he had a son (who predeceased him in 1630) and 4 daughters and secondly Christian.
- "HARVEY, Francis II (d.1632), of Cotes, Hardingstone, Northants.". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 23 April 2013.
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