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Sir Richard Fiennes Baron Saye & Sele (7th)
(Cir 1557-1613)
Constance Kingsmill
(-Cir 1587)
John Temple of Stowe
Sir William Fiennes Baron Saye & Sele (8th) / Viscount (1st)
Elizabeth Temple

Nathaniel Fiennes
(Cir 1608-1669)


Family Links

1. Elizabeth Eliot

2. Frances Whitehead

Nathaniel Fiennes

  • Born: Cir 1608
  • Marriage (1): Elizabeth Eliot on 11 Aug 1636
  • Marriage (2): Frances Whitehead
  • Died: 16 Dec 1669 aged 61

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Education: New College Oxford. (Perpetual Fell 1624 as founder's kin)

Education: Winchester.

Mentioned: Book - OLD LONDON Shoreditch to Smithfield: London, England. First Published Circa Late 19th Century. Nathaniel Fiennes mentioned on page 243. An account of the trial of Hugh Peters and his meeting with Nathaniel Fiennes in the Stat in Coleman Street, London in 1648.

Member of Parliament: Banbury (Long & Short), 1640-1660. Parliament (though excluded from H of C in 'Pride's Purge' Dec 1648.

Military Service: Battle of Edgehill, 1642. Fought for Parliament

Occupation: Governer of Bristol, 1 May 1643.

Military Service: Held Bristol for Parliament, 26 Jul 1643.

Member: Committee of Army, 1647.

Member of Parliament: Oxfordshire, 1654. and Oxford U 1656, anti-episcopalean, Memb (Parly) Committee of Safety 1642 and 1648

Occupation: Councillor of State, 1654. for Oliver Cromwell

Occupation: Keeper of the Great Seal, 1655. Ch Commr 1658 and 1659, one of those who urged Cromwell to accept the throne. Member Cromwell's 'Upper House' 1657.

Nathaniel married Elizabeth Eliot, daughter of Sir John Eliot of Cornwall and Unknown, on 11 Aug 1636. (Elizabeth Eliot was born in 1616 and died on 16 Dec 1669.)

Nathaniel next married Frances Whitehead, daughter of Richard Whitehead and Unknown. (Frances Whitehead was born circa 1621 and died on 17 Oct 1691.)

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