John Conyers (MP born 1650)

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John Conyers (6 March 1650 – 10 March 1725) was an English politician.

Conyers sat as Member of Parliament for East Grinstead from 1695 to 1708 and from 1710 to his death in 1725[1] and for West Looe from 1708 to 1710.[2]

He was a cousin of Thomas Conyers, MP for Durham City,[3] and he was succeeded as MP for East Grinstead by his son Edward Conyers (c 1693 - 23 April 1742).[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rayment, Leigh. "East Grinstead". House of Commons. Retrieved 29 October 2010. 
  2. ^ a b Rayment, Leigh. "West Looe". House of Commons. Retrieved 29 October 2010. 
  3. ^ a b Hayton, David (2002). "Conyers, Thomas". The House of Commons 1690-1715, Volume 2. pp. 697–8. 

Further reading[edit]

Parliament of England
Preceded by
Sir Thomas Dyke, Bt
The Earl of Orrery
Member of Parliament for East Grinstead
1695–1707
With: Sir Thomas Dyke, Bt 1695–1698
The Earl of Orrery 1698–Jan 1701, Nov 1701–1702
Matthew Prior Jan–Nov 1701
John Toke 1702–1707
Succeeded by
Parliament of Great Britain
Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
Parliament of England
Member of Parliament for East Grinstead
1707–1708
With: John Toke
Succeeded by
Viscount Lumley
Henry Campion
Preceded by
Sir Charles Hedges
Francis Palmes
Member of Parliament for West Looe
17081710
With: Sir Charles Hedges
Succeeded by
Sir Charles Hedges
Arthur Maynwaring
Preceded by
Viscount Lumley
Henry Campion
Member of Parliament for East Grinstead
1710–1725
With: Leonard Gale 1710–1713
Hon. Spencer Compton 1713–1715, March 1722–November 1722
The Viscount Shannon 1715–March 1722, November 1722–1725
Succeeded by
Edward Conyers
The Viscount Shannon