Edward Jones (died 1609)

Edward Jones (died 1609) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1593 and 1609.

Jones was admitted to Gray's Inn on 12 January 1588. In 1593, he was elected Member of Parliament for Grampound. He was elected MP for Penryn in 1597. In 1601 he was elected MP for Portsmouth. He became MP for Cirencester in 1604 after the elected member chose another seat and sat until his death in 1609.[1]


Parliament of England
Preceded by
Thomas Cromwell
Richard Sayer
Member of Parliament for Grampound
With: Richard Edgcumbe
Succeeded by
Sir John Leigh
Robert Newdigate
Preceded by
John Osborne
Edward Philips
Member of Parliament for Penryn
With: John Killigrew
Succeeded by
Edward Seymour
Richard Messenger
Preceded by
William Greene
Thomas Thorney
Member of Parliament for Portsmouth
With: John Moore
Succeeded by
Sir Oliver St John
Sir Richard Jenvoy
Preceded by
Arnold Oldsworth
Richard Martin 1604
Member of Parliament for Cirencester
With: Arnold Oldsworth
Succeeded by
Arnold Oldsworth
Sir Anthony Manie
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