Nicholas Mynn

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Nicholas Mynn (fl. 1558-1572), of Little Walsingham, Norfolk, was an English politician.


Mynn was the son of John Mynn of Woodcote, Surrey. He married Elizabeth, a widow and the daughter of MP, Robert Drury[disambiguation needed]. They had three sons and three daughters.


Mynn was a servant of Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk.

He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of England for Morpeth in 1571, Bramber in 1558, Horsham in 1559, New Shoreham in 1563, and Castle Rising in 1572.[1]