Thomas Coggeshall

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Thomas Coggeshall (died 1402), of New Hall in Boreham, Great Baddow and Sandon, Essex, was an English politician.

Life[edit]

Coggeshall was the son of the MP Sir John Coggeshall of Codham Hall and Coggeshall, Essex. The Coggeshalls were influential in Essex

He married a widow named Margaret, who had previously been married to the MP Sir Hugh Baddow. She died 28 Feb 1419, outliving her second husband.[1]

He died in 1402 and was succeeded by their only son Thomas.

Career[edit]

Coggeshall was elected a Member of Parliament for Essex in February 1388, 1395 and 1399 and appointed Sheriff of Essex for 1394.[2]

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