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  1. Sir William Godolphin (1605 – November 1663) was an English soldier and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1640. He fought for the Royalist cause in the English Civil War . Contents 1 Biography 2 Family 3 Notes 4 References Biography [ edit]

  2. William Godolphin may refer to: Sir William Godolphin (Warden of the Stannaries) (c. 1486 – c. 1570), English Member of Parliament (MP) and High Sheriff of Cornwall. Sir William Godolphin (1515–1570), his son, with whom he has been confused by some authorities. Sir William Godolphin (1547–1589), nephew of the previous, MP for Helston 1586-7.

  3. William Godolphin, Marquess of Blandford (c. 1699 – 24 August 1731) was an English nobleman and politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1720 and 1731 . Godolphin was the eldest son of Francis Godolphin, 2nd Earl of Godolphin and his wife Lady Henrietta Godolphin, née Churchill.

    • c. 1699
    • Maria Catherina de Jong
  4. Sir William Godolphin MP (ca. 1486 – ca. 1570) was a 16th-century English knight, politician, and Member of Parliament . Life [ edit] He was the son of Sir John Godolphin, who was High Sheriff of Cornwall in 1505, and his wife Margaret, daughter of John Trenouth. [1]

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    • Margaret Glynn
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    Godolphin was the older son of Sir Francis Godolphin (1540–1608), also an MP and Governor of the Scilly Isles and his first wife, Margaret Killigrew of Arwenack. He matriculated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 1585 and was admitted at Lincoln's Innon 29 January 1587. He accompanied the Earl of Essex in his military expedition of 1599–1600 to Irel...

    He married Thomasine, the only surviving daughter and heiress of Thomas Sidney of Wighton, Norfolk and his wife Mary Southwell of Sydmondham Hall (whose third husband was the distinguished soldier Sir Conyers Clifford) and had 3 sons and a daughter.

    In the summer of 1613, when he was at the height of his political influence, Godolphin became seriously ill and died in early September 1613.

    Godolphin's children included: 1. Sir Francis Godolphin, KB(1605–1667), his heir 2. Sidney Godolphin(1610–1643), the poet 3. William Godolphin, who first succeeded his father as Governor of Scilly 4. Penelope Godolphin, who married Charles Berkeley, 2nd Viscount Fitzhardinge

    Burke, John; Burke, Sir Bernard (1841). A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland (2 ed.). Scott, Webster, and Geary. p. 220.
    Willis, Browne (1750). "First Parliament of Westminster, Anno I James I, 1603". Notitia parliamentaria, or, An history of the counties, cities, and boroughs in England and Wales: ... The whole extr...
    Brunton, D.; Pennington, D H. (1954). Members of the Long Parliament. London: George Allen & Unwin.
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    • 1613
    • Soldier, Knight, Politician
  5. Godolphin was baptised 2 February 1634, and was educated at Westminster School and Christ Church, Oxford, gaining the degrees of Master of Arts in 1661 and Doctor of Civil Law in 1663. He became a follower of Lord Arlington , [1] and in 1665 he was elected in a by-election to Parliament as member for Camelford , however as he went to Spain early the next year he probably never took up his seat.

  6. Sir William Godolphin MP (1515–1570) was a 16th-century English soldier, knight, politician, and Member of Parliament (MP), whose career has been so confused with that of his father and namesake Sir William Godolphin that it is sometimes difficult to be sure which of the two held which offices. The father was Member for Cornwall and High Sheriff ...