Robert Strange (MP for Cirencester)

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Robert Strange was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1614.

Strange was son of Thomas Strange, M.P. for Cirencester in 1572. In 1614, Strange was elected Member of Parliament for Cirencester.[1]

Williams considers it doubtful that he was the same as "Robert Straunge of Wilts, eldest son of Mr Straunge, who matriculated at Brasenose College, Oxford on 11 May 1604, aged 17, entered Lincolns Inn in 1607, and was called to the bar on 24 May 1614."[1]


Parliament of England
Preceded by
Arnold Oldsworth
Sir Anthony Manie
Member of Parliament for Cirencester
With: Sir Anthony Manie
Succeeded by
Sir Thomas Roe
Thomas Nicholas