John Butler (MP for Kent)

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John Butler I of Graveney, Kent, England, was an English politician.

Butler was appointed High Sheriff of Kent for 1398–1399 and was elected a Member of Parliament for Kent in May 1413.[1]

Butler married, before June 1398, Joan Faversham (1376-1408), the third daughter of Richard Faversham of Graveney; she eventually inherited her father's estate. They had one daughter, Ann, who married John Martin.

References[edit]

  1. ^ BUTLER, John I, of Graveney, Kent. "BUTLER, John I, of Graveney, Kent." Check |url= value (help). History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 18 June 2013. 
Parliament of England
Preceded by
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Member of Parliament for Kent
1413
With: John Darell
Succeeded by
John Darell
with
Sir Thomas Clinton