Thomas Vernon may refer to:
Thomas Vernon was an English politician.
Thomas Vernon was an English chancery lawyer, and Whig MP for Worcester. He was probably born at Hanbury Hall.
Thomas Vernon (1724–1771) was a landowner and Member of Parliament (MP) in eighteenth century England.
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The Rump Parliament was the English Parliament after Colonel Thomas Pride purged the Long Parliament, on 6 December 1648, of those members hostile to the Grandees' intention to try King Charles I for high treason.
Earl of Cottenham, of Cottenham in the County of Cambridge, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1850 for the prominent lawyer and Whig politician Charles Pepys, 1st Baron Cottenham. ) He served as Lord Chancellor from 1836 to 1841 and from 1846 to 1850. Pepys had already been created Baron Cottenham, of Cottenham in the County of Cambridge, in 1836, and was made Viscount Crowhurst, of Crowhurst in the County of Surrey, at the same time he was given the earldom. These titles are also in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. The viscountcy is used as a courtesy title for the Earl's eldest son and heir apparent.
Viscount Knutsford, of Knutsford in the County Palatine of Chester, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
Events from the year 1825 in Canada.
Tom Christensen is a former Canadian politician and lawyer. He has served as British Columbia's Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation, as Minister of Education and as Minister of Children and Family Development.
Hanbury is a rural village in Worcestershire, England near Droitwich Spa and the M5 motorway.
Thomas Dickson may refer to:
George Venables-Vernon, 1st Baron Vernon was a British politician.
Events from the year 1753 in Great Britain.
General Sir George Anson, GCB, was a British officer and politician from the Anson family. He commanded a British cavalry brigade under the Duke of Wellington during the Peninsular War and sat for many years as a Whig Member of Parliament.
Events from the year 1731 in Ireland.
David Woods was an American lawyer and politician who was Speaker of the New York State Assembly for two terms.
Thomas Cecil, Earl of Exeter, Lord Burghley and minister to Elizabeth I of England.
Sir John Stewart, 1st Baronet was an Irish lawyer and politician. He was son of Church of Ireland clergyman, the Reverend Hugh Stewart, Rector of Termonmaguirk, County Tyrone. He was educated in Drogheda and at Trinity College, Dublin, studied law at Lincoln's Inn, and was called to the Irish Bar in 1781.
Roger Acherley was an English lawyer, constitutional writer and politician.
Thomas Forster was an English politician and landowner.
Thomas Powys, 2nd Baron Lilford was a British peer. He was the son of Thomas Powys, 1st Baron Lilford and Mary Mann of Lilford Hall. He succeeded his father as Baron Lilford in 1800. He was educated at Eton College, St John's College, Cambridge and Lincoln's Inn (1794). He married Henrietta Maria Vernon Atherton of Atherton Hall, Leigh on 5 December 1797 at Penwortham, Lancashire and they had twelve children.
Roger Corbet (c.1501–1538) was an English politician and landowner of the Tudor Period. A member of the Shropshire landed gentry, he represented the Borough of Truro in the English Reformation Parliament.
Twickenham Park is an estate in Twickenham in southwest London.