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Temple, Jameslocked

(1606–c. 1674)
  • J. T. Peacey

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Temple, James (1606–c. 1674), regicide, was the only surviving son of Sir Alexander Temple (c.1582–1629) of Etchingham in Sussex, and his first wife, Mary Penyston, daughter of John Somer of Kent. Alexander Temple was MP for Sussex in 1625–6. James Temple...

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