Sir William Pole, 4th Baronet

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Sir William Pole, 4th Baronet (1678–1741), of Colcombe Castle, near Colyton and Shute, near Honiton, Devon, was an English politician.

He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of Great Britain for Newport 1701–1702 and 1708–1710, for Camelford 17 January 1704 – 1708, for Devon 1710–June 1712,[1] for Bossiney 1713–1715 and for Honiton 17 March 1716 – 1727 and 15 March 1731 – 1734.[2]

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Parliament of England
Preceded by
Francis Stratford
John Prideaux
Member of Parliament for Newport
17011702
With: John Spark
Succeeded by
John Spark
Sir Nicholas Morice
Preceded by
Henry Manaton
Dennys Glynn
Member of Parliament for Camelford
1704–1707
With: Dennys Glynn 1704–1705
Henry Pinnell 1705–1707
Succeeded by
Parliament of Great Britain
Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
Parliament of England
Member of Parliament for Camelford
17071708
With: Henry Pinnell
Succeeded by
Richard Munden
John Manley
Preceded by
Sir Nicholas Morice
Sir John Pole
Member of Parliament for Newport
17081710
With: Sir Nicholas Morice
Succeeded by
Sir Nicholas Morice
George Courtenay
Preceded by
Sir William Courtenay
Robert Rolle
Member of Parliament for Devon
1710–1712
With: John Rolle
Succeeded by
John Rolle
Sir William Courtenay
Preceded by
Henry Campion
John Manley
Member of Parliament for Bossiney
17131715
With: John Manley 1713–1714
Paul Orchard 1714–1715
Succeeded by
Henry Cartwright
Samuel Molyneux
Preceded by
Sir William Yonge
Sir William Courtenay
Member of Parliament for Honiton
1716–1727
With: Sir William Yonge
Succeeded by
Sir William Yonge
James Sheppard
Preceded by
Sir Nicholas Morice
Humphry Morice
Member of Parliament for Newport
1722
With: Sir Nicholas Morice
Succeeded by
Sir Nicholas Morice
John Morice
Preceded by
Sir William Yonge
James Sheppard
Member of Parliament for Honiton
1731–1734
With: Sir William Yonge
Succeeded by
Sir William Yonge
William Courtenay
Political offices
Preceded by
Edmund Dunch
Master of the Household
1712–1714
Succeeded by
Edmund Dunch
Baronetage of England
Preceded by
John Pole
Baronet
(of Shute House)
1708–1741
Succeeded by
John Pole