Whitelocke is an English surname

  • Edmund Whitelocke (1565-1608), English soldier
  • James Whitelocke (1570–1632), English judge
  • Bulstrode Whitelocke (1605–1675), English lawyer and politician
  • John Whitelocke (1757–1833), British soldier

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Martín De Álzaga - Defense of Buenos Aires
... awaited reinforcements which arrived under command of general Whitelocke ... Whitelocke did not pursue the escaping creole army giving his troops three days of rest ... Álzaga forced general Whitelocke to sign a document that included the surrender of Montevideo ...
Edmund Whitelocke - Life
... February 1565, the eldest son of Richard Whitelocke, merchant ... The judge Sir James Whitelocke was a younger brother ... At Whitsuntide 1587 Whitelocke left London on a foreign tour ...
Whitelocke - See Also
... Whitlock (disambiguation) This page or section lists people with the surname Whitelocke ... If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link ...
The Triumph Of Peace - Music
... composed by William Lawes, Simon Ives, and Bulstrode Whitelocke ... Musical aspects of the performance were managed for the Inns of Court by Whitelocke, the jurist and Parliamentarian, who was also an accomplished musician ... Documents pertaining to the masque were preserved among Whitelocke's unpublished papers ...
James Whitelocke - Under Charles I
... In November 1626 Whitelocke concurred with Sir Ranulph Crew in declining to certify the legality of forced loans ... They obeyed, and through Whitelocke's mouth glossed their order by representing it as only intended to allow time for further consideration ... Whitelocke, as one of the judges who had examined them, was cited to justify the release, which he did on the ground that there was no evidence that the prisoners were in priest's orders ...