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Charles Worsley, who sat for the city for only a year, was later appointed Major General for Lancashire, Cheshire and Staffordshire during the Rule of the Major Generals.
He was a diligent puritan, turning out ale houses and banning the celebration of Christmas; he died in 1656.
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