Robert Darknall

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Robert Darknall or Dartnoll (by 1501–1553/1556), of Canterbury, Kent and London, was an English politician.


Darknall was educated at the Middle Temple. In 1522, he was married to a widow named Alice Goseborne, the daughter and coheiress of the Canterbury MP, Henry Goseborne. They had at least two sons and one daughter.


Darknall was a Member of Parliament for Canterbury in 1529, 1536, 1542, 1547, March 1553 and for Rochester October 1553.[1]