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date: 05 June 2020

Lyttelton, Sir Thomas, first baronetlocked

(1595/6–1650)
  • Basil Morgan

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Lyttelton, Sir Thomas, first baronet (1595/6–1650), royalist army officer and politician, was the eldest son of John Lyttelton MP (1561–1601) of Hagley, Worcestershire, and Muriel (d. 1630), daughter of Sir Thomas Bromley, lord chancellor. His father was implicated in Essex's rising (February 1601), and, after being convicted of high treason, died in prison. ...

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