YOUNG, John II.
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Family and Education
The ‘John Younge, gent.’ who represented Marlborough in the first Parliament of this period has been assumed to be the John Young, who, by October 1555, was keeping a tavern in Marlborough. Early in Elizabeth’s reign he and his wife Margaret sold a house in the borough.
CPR, 1555-7, p. 117; Wilts. N. and Q. iv. 404, 455.