Alexander Anne

Alexander Anne or Aune (died 1439) was an English lawyer and politician.

Alexander Anne (also Aune, de Aune, or de Anne) was originally from Frickley in Yorkshire and served as a Justice of the Peace of that county as well as Middlesex. A Citizen-Draper of London, he held numerous offices, including undersheriff for London in 1423 and escheator for Middlesex in 1432. He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of England for Middlesex in 1430/31, 1432, and 1436/37.[1][2] Anne was also Recorder of London from 1435 to his death in 1439.[3]

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  1. ^ Freeman, Jessica (2001). "Middlesex in the Fifteenth Century: Community or Communities?". In Hicks, Michael A. (ed.). Revolution and Consumption in Late Medieval England. Boydell & Brewer. p. 92.
  2. ^ Beaven, Alfred B. (1908). The Aldermen of the City of London, Temp. Henry III.-1908. Corporation of the city of London. p. 299. Retrieved 11 May 2020.
  3. ^ John Noorthouck. "Addenda: The Recorders of London," in A New History of London Including Westminster and Southwark, (London: R Baldwin, 1773), 893-894. British History Online, accessed May 11, 2020, http://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/new-history-london/pp893-894.