Wallingford

Borough

Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1558-1603, ed. P.W. Hasler, 1981
Available from Boydell and Brewer

Elections

DateCandidate
9 Jan. 1559THOMAS MYND
 JOHN FORTESCUE I
1562/3WILLIAM DUNCH
 THOMAS BROWNE
1571THOMAS DUDLEY
 EDMUND DUNCH
28 Apr. 1572THOMAS DIGGES
 JOHN FORTESCUE I
9 Nov. 1584CHRISTOPHER EDMONDS
 RICHARD KNOLLYS
26 Sept. 1586RICHARD KNOLLYS
 THOMAS STAMPE
2 Oct. 1588MICHAEL MOLYNS
 THOMAS STAMPE
1593THOMAS FORTESCUE I
 ANTHONY BACON
26 Sept. 1597THOMAS FORTESCUE I
 OWEN OGLETHORPE
29 Sept. 1601JOHN HERBERT
 HENRY DOYLEY
1601THOMAS FORTESCUE I vice Herbert, chose to sit for Glamorganshire

Main Article

The borough of Wallingford was governed by a mayor, three aldermen and 12 assistants. Parliamentary returns were made by ‘the mayor, burgesses and commonalty’. The royal property in the borough was attached to the manor of Ewelme, Oxfordshire, and the