John Blanch

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John Blanch (c.1649-1725), of Wotton Court, near Gloucester and Eastington[disambiguation needed], Gloucestershire, was an English politician.


His ancestry is unknown, but his parents seem to have come from Gloucester. He married a woman named Hannah, and they had one daughter and one son.


He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of Great Britain for Gloucester 1710 to 1713.[1]