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Edmund Giles was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1656.
Giles was a relation by marriage of Oliver Cromwell and was of White Ladie Aston. He was called to the bar. On 4 March 1631, he was fined £10 for not taking a Knighthood at the coronation of Charles I and disclaimed bearing arms at the Visitation 1634. He was a Master in Chancery from 22 November 1655 to 2 June 1660. In 1656, Giles was elected Member of Parliament for Worcester for the Second Protectorate Parliament. He was also a commissioner for assessment for the county and city of Worcester in 1656.
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