Carlisle

Borough

Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1509-1558, ed. S.T. Bindoff, 1982
Available from Boydell and Brewer

Background Information

No names known for 1510-23

Elections

DateCandidate
1529EDWARD AGLIONBY I
 JOHN COLDALE
1536(not known)
1539(not known)
1542WILLIAM STAPLETON
 (not known)
1545HUGH AGLIONBY
 ROBERT SMITH
1547EDWARD AGLIONBY I
 THOMAS DALSTON
by 23 Jan. 1552EDWARD AGLIONBY II vice Dalston, deceased1
1553 (Mar.)EDWARD AGLIONBY II
 JOHN DUDLEY
1553 (Oct.)JOHN AGLIONBY
 SIMON BRISCO
1554 (Apr.)ROBERT WHEATLEY
 RICHARD MYNSHO
1554 (Nov.)ROBERT WHEATLEY
 RICHARD MYNSHO
1555WILLIAM MIDDLETON
 WILLIAM WARD
1558RICHARD ASSHETON
 ROBERT DALTON

Main Article

Carlisle was the military and administrative centre of the west marches and the seat of a bishopric. Leading military engineers were consulted when Henry VIII un