John Aglionby (MP)

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John Aglionby (by 1532–1575 or later), of Carlisle, Cumbria, was an English politician.

Biography[edit]

Aglionby was probably the son of Edward Aglionby (by 1495 - c. 1553) of Carlisle.[1]

Aglionby was a Member of Parliament for Carlisle in October 1553 (Mary I's 1st parliament),[1] where he supported the Protestant reforms. He may have represented Carlisle in 1559 (Elizabeth I's 1st Parliament), but did not participate in the debates.[2]

Family[edit]

Aglionby married the daughter of Richard Salkeld of Corby Castle. They had at least one son, Edward Aglionby (died 1599) who represented Carlisle in the parliaments of 1584 and 1593.[1]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Davidson 1982.
  2. ^ It is not known if John Aglionby or Edward Aglionby (1520 – c. 1591) represented Carlisle in Elizabeth's 1st parliament (Davidson 1982).

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