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Sir John Rushout, 4th Baronet

Rt. Hon. Sir John Rushout (Godfrey Kneller, 1716)
Sir John Rushout, Bt by John Smybert

Sir John Rushout, 4th Baronet (6 February 1685 – 2 February 1775) was a British politician and long-serving Member of Parliament, eventually serving as Father of the House.

Sir John was the fourth son of George Compton, 4th Earl of Northampton in 1729, with whom he had a son and two daughters.

In April 1713, Sir John was elected at a by-election to the House of Commons representing Malmesbury, which seat he held until 1722 when he was returned for both Malmesbury and Evesham. He choose to sit for Evesham,

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