Biography of Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668

EVENTS

Around 1593 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 was born to Humphrey Mildmay 1555-1613 (38)

On 09 Aug 1617 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (24) was knighted at Kendal, Westmoreland

On Apr 1619 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (26) and Anne Holliday were married

On Apr 1620 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (27) was appointed as Master of the Jewel Office

On 08 Aug 1620 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (27) entered at Gray's Inn, Temple, City of London

In 1621 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (28) was elected as MP Maldon

In 1623 William Mildmay 1623- was born to Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (30) and Anne Holliday

On 03 Feb 1624 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (31) was elected as MP Westbury during the Happy Parliament

In 1625 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (32) was elected as MP Maldon during the Useless Parliament

In 1628 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (35) was elected as MP Maldon

On Apr 1640 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (47) was elected as MP Maldon during the Short Parliament

On Nov 1640 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (47) was elected as MP Maldon during the Long Parliament

On 21 Apr 1641 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (48) voted against the attainder of Thomas Wentworth 1st Earl Strafford 1593-1641 (48)

On 23 Jan 1649 Charles I King England, Scotland and Ireland 1600-1649 (48) was tried at Westminster Hall, Westminster Palace, Westminster by Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (56) . Adrian Scrope 1601-1660 (48) , Thomas Grey 1623-1657 (26) , Thomas Cromwell 1st Earl Essex 1485-1540, John Danvers 1588-1655 (60) and William Monson 1st Viscount Monson -1672 signed the Death Warrant.

On 15 May 1660 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (67) was ordered to attend the committee appointed to consider Charles II's reception, and give an account of the whereabouts of the crowns, robes, sceptres, and jewels belonging to the king.

After 15 May 1660 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 was captured by Heneage Finch 3rd Earl Winchelsea 1628-1689 at Rye, Sussex

On 29 Aug 1660 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (67) was excepted from the Indemnity and Oblivion Act

On 01 Jul 1661 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (68) was sentenced and degraded from his honours and titles and to be drawn every year on the anniversary of the king's sentence (27 Jan) upon a sledge through the streets to and under the gallows at Tyburn, Middlesex, with a rope about his neck, and so back to the Tower of London, Tower Hill, City of London, there to remain a prisoner during his life.

On 31 Mar 1664 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (71) was issued with a warrant for his transportation to Tangier, but on account of his feeble health he was allowed a servant.

In 1668 Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 (75) died at Tangier

Henry Mildmay was born to Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 and Anne Holliday

Susan Mildmay was born to Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 and Anne Holliday

Anne Mildmay -1666 was born to Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 and Anne Holliday

Mary Mildmay was born to Henry Mildmay Master 1593-1668 and Anne Holliday

ANCESTRY

Father: Humphrey Mildmay 1555-1613

GrandFather: Walter Mildmay 1521-1589

1G GrandFather: Thomas Mildmay 1485-1566

GrandMother: Mary Walsingham 1528-1577

1G GrandFather: William Walsingham -1534

2G GrandFather: James Walsingham 1462-1540

2G GrandMother: Eleanor Writtle 1464-1540

3G GrandFather: Walter Writtle

1G GrandMother: Joyce Denny 1506-1560

2G GrandFather: Edmund Denny Chief Baron 1457-1520

3G GrandFather: William Denny 1423-1470

4G GrandFather: Thomas Denny 1380-1429

2G GrandMother: Mary Troutbeck