| Member of Parliament |
for Carlow Borough
15 July 1865 –20 November 1868
|Preceded by||John Dalberg-Acton|
|Succeeded by||William Fagan|
|Died||17 November 1875 52–53)(aged|
Thomas Osborne Stock (1822 – 17 November 1875)was an Irish Liberal politician.
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| Member of Parliament for Carlow Borough |
1865 – 1868
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