- Henry Savile (politician)
Henry Savile (
Rufforddn, 1641/1642 – October 6 1687, Paris), was the third son of Sir William Savile, 3rd Baronetand Anne Coventry.
Member for Newark from 1673 to 1679, he was appointed
Vice-Chamberlain of the Householdin 1680. He was subsequently an envoy at Paris, where he died in 1687.
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