|Member of the Victorian Legislative Council for Southern Province|
1 November 1856 –1 September 1864
|Preceded by||Seat established|
|Succeeded by||William Henry Pettett|
|Born||29 July 1802|
|Died||28 November 1873 71) (aged|
Thomas Herbert Power (29 July 1802 –28 November 1873) was an auctioneer,pastoral agent and politician in colonial Victoria (Australia),a member of the Victorian Legislative Council. 
Power was born in Carrick-on-Suir in County Tipperary,Ireland.  His parents were David Power,a merchant,and Bridget,née Higgins. Power emigrated to the Port Phillip District in 1839 via Launceston,Tasmania.  He was an auctioneer in Melbourne from 1839 to 1843 and again in 1846;he was also a squatter in Boroondara in the early 1840s. 
Power was elected to the Southern Province of the new Legislative Council in November 1856,a seat he held until 1 September 1864. 
Power was a director of the National Bank of Australasia in 1860–1866 and a commissioner of the Savings Bank of Victoria.  He died in Hawthorn,Victoria on 28 November 1873. He was married to Mary Sophia Blurton,there was at least one child,a son Robert. 
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