Hooke was born in Chichester and became an alderman of Bristol. He was Sheriff of Bristol in 1614, and Mayor in 1629. In April 1640, Hooke was elected Member of Parliament for Bristol in the Short Parliament. He was re-elected MP for Bristol for the Long Parliament in November 1640, but was expelled as a monopolist on 12 May 1642. He was mayor of Bristol again in 1643 and was a stalwart supporter of the king.
Hooke died in around 1658 when his will was proved.
|Parliament of England|
Parliament suspended since 1629
|Member of Parliament for Bristol
With: John Glanville