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Sir Arnold Savage of Bobbing Court, Kent (1358 - 1410) was the English Speaker of the House of Commons from 1400 to 1402 and then again from 1403 to 1404 and a Knight of the Shire of Kent who was referred to as "the great comprehensive symbol of the English people".[1] He was married to Joan Echyngham, daughter of William Echyngham, and their daughter Elizabeth Savage (died 1451) married Reynold Cobham, 4th Baron Cobham. References ^ "Speaker of the House of Commons", John Lane Publishing. 1911 Political offices Parliament of England Preceded by John Doreward Speaker of the House of Commons 1400 - 1402; Succeeded by Sir Henry Redford Preceded by Sir Henry Redford Speaker of the House of Commons 1403-1404; Succeeded by Sir William Esturmy v · d · eSpeakers of the House of Commons House of Commons of England 14th century Hungerford · De la Mare · Pickering · Guildesborough · Waldegrave · Bussy · Cheney · Doreward · Savage · Redford 15th century Esturmy · Tiptoft · Chaucer · Stourton · Hungerford · Redman · Beauchamp · Flower · Hunt · Chaucer · Baynard · Russell · Tyrell · Alington · Bowes · Burley · Tresham · Say · Popham · Oldhall · Thorpe · Charlton · Wenlock · Tresham · Green · Strangeways · Wood · Catesby · Lovell · Mordaunt · Fitzwilliam · Empson · Drury · Englefield 16th century Dudley · Sheffield · Nevill · More · Audley · Wingfield · Rich · Hare · Moyle · Baker · Dyer · Pollard · Broke · Higham · Cordell · Gargrave · Williams · Onslow · Wray · Bell · Popham · Puckering · Snagge · Coke · Yelverton 17th century Croke · Phelips · Crewe · Richardson · Crewe · Finch · Finch · Glanville · Lenthall · Pelham · Rous (Barebones Parliament) · Widdrington (2nd Protectorate Parliament) · Chute (3rd Protectorate Parliament) · Long (3rd Protectorate Parliament) · Bampfield (3rd Protectorate Parliament) · Grimston · Turnour · Charlton · Seymour · Sawyer · Gregory · Williams · Trevor · Powle · Foley · Littleton 18th century Harley · Smith House of Commons of Great Britain 18th century Smith · Onslow · Bromley · Hanmer · Compton · Onslow · Cust · Norton · Cornwall · Grenville · Addington House of Commons of the United Kingdom 19th century Addington · Mitford · Abbot · Manners-Sutton · Abercromby · Shaw-Lefevre · Denison · Brand · Peel · Gully 20th century Lowther · Whitley · FitzRoy · Brown · Morrison · Hylton-Foster · King · Lloyd · Thomas · Weatherill · Boothroyd · Martin 21st century Bercow Persondata Name Savage, Arnold Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a Member of the Parliament of England (up to 1707) is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e