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Pedro.   Link to this

Sir John Glynne (1602-66), second son of Sir William Glynne of Glynllifon, who succeeded his brother Thomas to the Glynllifon estate, purchased the castle and manor of Hawarden, together with the estate in 1654. Like his brother he was a parliamentarian during the Civil War. He became recorder of London and afterwards Lord Chief Justice.
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Wim van der Meij   Link to this

Warrington adds: Glynne did Charles II great service and was in consequence knighted and appointed King's Serjeant, and his son created a baronet.

Bill   Link to this

John Glynne had been Recorder of London; and during the Protectorate, Chief Justice of the Upper Bench; nevertheless, he did Charles II. great service, and was in consequence knighted and appointed King's Serjeant, and his son created a Baronet. Ob. 1666.
---Diary and correspondence of Samuel Pepys, the diary deciphered by J. Smith. 1854.

Bill   Link to this

The popular feeling respecting Glynne and Maynard was echoed by Butler, who wrote : —

"Did not the learned Glynne and Maynard
To make good subjects traitors strain hard?"

---Wheatley, 1899.

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