Thomas Grove

Thomas Grove (''c.'' 1609 – 27 January 1692) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1645 and 1660. Grove was the son of Robert Grove of Mere, Wiltshire and his wife Honor South, daughter of Thomas South of Swallowcliffe, also in Wiltshire. He was a student of Middle Temple in 1627. He was of Ferne House, Donhead St Mary, Wiltshire.

In 1645, he was elected Member of Parliament for Milborne Port in Somerset as a recruiter to the Long Parliament. In December 1648 he was one of the Members excluded in Pride's Purge. He was MP for Wiltshire in the First Protectorate Parliament in 1654 and in the Second Protectorate Parliament in 1656. In 1659 he was elected MP for Marlborough in the Third Protectorate Parliament. He was elected for MP for Shaftesbury, Dorset in the Convention Parliament of 1660. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Grove, Thomas
Published 1787
printed by W. Smith, King-Street, Seven-Dials. Sold at the Tabernacle, and at Tottenham-Court and Westminster Chapels; also by Mr. Hinds, Charles-Street, Soho-Square; and Mr. Wilkinson, Tabernacle-Row, City-Road

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by Grove, Thomas
Published 1787
printed and sold by W. Smith, King-Street, Seven-Dials; also sold by Mr. Buckland, Pater-Noster-Row; Mr. Stratford, Holborn, Near Hatton-Garden; and by Mr. Murray, Princes-Street, Soho

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by Grove, Thomas
Published 1774
printed and sold by J.W. Piercy

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by Hooke, Esther
Published 1714
Subjects: '; ...Grove, Thomas / fl. 1787 / appellant / Trials, litigation, etc / Early works to 1800...

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by Hooke, Esther
Published 1714
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by Hooke, Esther
Published 1714
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Subjects: '; ...Grove, Thomas / fl. 1787 / appellant / Trials, litigation, etc / Early works to 1800...