John Powell (1645–1713)
John Powell (1645–1713), of Gloucester, was an English politician and lawyer.
He was appointed as a Baron of the Exchequer in 1691, and transferred to Common Pleas in 1695 and then to Queen's Bench in 1702. He was the judge at one of England's last witchcraft trials, that of Jane Wenham in 1712.
|Parliament of England|
Sir Charles Berkeley
| Member of Parliament for Gloucester
With: John Wagstaffe
Sir Duncombe Colchester
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