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Sir James Rushout, 1st Baronet (22 March 1644 – 16 February 1698), of Northwick Park, Worcestershire, was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1670 and 1698.

Rushout was the fifth but only surviving son of John Rushout, Fishmonger, of St Dionis Backchurch, London and Maylords and his first wife Anne Godschalk, daughter of Joas Godschalk, merchant, of Fenchurch Street, London. He succeeded his father in 1653.[1] He matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford in 1660 and was awarded MA in 1661.[2] He was created a Baronet at the young age of 17 on 17 June 1661.

Rusout was returned as Member of Parliament for Evesham at a by-election on 22 February 1670 and sat until 1685. He bought Northwick Park in 1683 and carried out extensive remodelling of the mansion house in 1686. At the 1689 English general election he was returned as MP for Worcestershire.[3] He returned to Evesham at the 1690 English general election. In April 1697, he was nominated by the king to be ambassador at Constantinople, but died before he could take up the appointment.[4]

Rushout died on 16 February 1698.

Family

In 1670, he married Alice Palmer, widow of Edward Palmer MP of the Middle Temple and daughter of Edmund Pitt of Sudbury Court, Harrow, Middlesex.[1]

They had five sons and four daughters:[5]

He was succeeded in the baronetcy by his eldest son James, and subsequently by his fourth son John, both of whom in turn inherited Northwick Park.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c Cokayne, George Edward, ed. (1903), Complete Baronetage volume 3 (1649-1664), 3, Exeter: William Pollard and Co, retrieved 9 October 2018
  2. ^ Foster, Joseph. "Rokebye-Ryves in Alumni Oxonienses 1500-1714 pp. 1277–1295". British History Online. Retrieved 7 September 2019.
  3. ^ "RUSHOUT, Sir James, 1st Bt. (1644-98), of Maylords, Havering atte Bower, Essex and Northwick Park, Blockley, Worcs". History of Parliament Online (1660-1690). Retrieved 6 February 2018.
  4. ^ "RUSHOUT, Sir James, 1st Bt. (1644-98), of Northwick Park, Worcs". History of Parliament Online (1690-1715). Retrieved 7 September 2019.
  5. ^ Wotton, Thomas (1741). The English Baronetage. 3. pp. 305–306. Retrieved 4 February 2020.
Parliament of England
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Evesham
1670–1685
With: Sir John Hanmer to 1679
Henry Parker 1679–1681
Edward Rudge 1681–1685
Succeeded by
Henry Parker
John Matthewes
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Worcestershire
1689–1690
With: Thomas Foley
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Henry Parker
John Matthewes
Member of Parliament for Evesham
1690–1698
With: Edward Rudge to 1695
Henry Parker from 1695
Succeeded by
John Rudge
Henry Parker
Baronetage of England
New creation Baronet
of Milnst, Essex
1661–1698
Succeeded by
James Rushout


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