Henry Tulse (Lord Mayor)

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Henry Tulse's daughter Elizabeth (pictured) married Richard Onslow, 1st Baron Onslow.

Sir Henry Tulse was an alderman of the City of London and was Lord Mayor of London in 1684.

Tulse was elected alderman for Bread Street Ward in the City of London in 1673.[1] He was knighted at the Guildhall on 18 October 1673.[2] In 1674 he was Sheriff of London. He became Lord Mayor in 1684.[1]

Tulse owned estates in South London which were named Tulse Hill after him. His daughter Elizabeth married Richard Onslow, 1st Baron Onslow, and the Onslow family subsequently owned the estates.[3]

Tulse was the cousin of Henry Tulse, MP for Christchurch after the Restoration.[4]

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