Thomas Vesey, 1st Viscount de Vesci (died 13 October 1804) was an Anglo-Irish peer.
Vesey was the son of John Vesey, 1st Baron Knapton and Elizabeth Brownlow. He succeeded to his father's peerage in 1761, and assumed his seat in the Irish House of Lords. On 19 July 1776 he was made Viscount de Vesci, of Abbeyleix in the Queen's County in the Peerage of Ireland.
John Denny Vesey, 1st Baron Knapton was an Anglo-Irish politician and peer.
The Irish House of Lords was the upper house of the Parliament of Ireland that existed from medieval times until 1800. It was modelled on the House of Lords of England, with members of the Peerage of Ireland sitting in the Irish Lords, just as members of the Peerage of England did at Westminster. When the Act of Union 1800 abolished the Irish parliament, a subset of Irish peers sat in the House of Lords of the merged Parliament of the United Kingdom.
County Laois is a county in Ireland. It is located in the south of the Midlands Region and is also located in the province of Leinster, and was formerly known as Queen's County. The modern county takes its name from Loígis, a medieval kingdom.
On 24 April 1769 he married Selina Elizabeth Brooke, the eldest daughter and co-heriress of Sir Arthur Brooke, 1st Baronet. he was succeeded in his titles by his eldest son, John Vesey.
Sir Arthur Brooke, 1st Baronet PC (Ire) was an Irish baronet and politician.
John Vesey, 2nd Viscount de Vesci was an Anglo-Irish politician and peer.
Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair, in the County of Aberdeen, in the County of Meath and in the County of Argyll, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 4 January 1916 for John Hamilton-Gordon, 7th Earl of Aberdeen.
Viscount de Vesci, of Abbeyleix in the Queen's County, now called County Laois, is a title in the Peerage of Ireland. It was created in 1776 for Thomas Vesey, 1st Viscount de Vesci & 2nd Baron Knapton. The title Baron Knapton was created in the Peerage of Ireland in 1750 for the first Viscount's father, John Vesey, 1st Baron Knapton & 2nd Baronet, who had earlier represented Newtownards in the Irish House of Commons. The Baronetcy, of Abbeyleix in the Queen's County, was created in the Baronetage of Ireland on 28 September 1698 for the first Baron's father Reverend Thomas Vesey, Bishop of Killaloe (1713–1714) and Bishop of Ossory (1714–1730).
Viscount Brookeborough, of Colebrooke in the County of Fermanagh, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1952 for the Ulster Unionist politician and Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, Captain The Rt. Hon. Sir Basil Brooke, 5th Bt., P.C. (N.I.), M.P.
Earl of Dartrey, of Dartrey in the County of Monaghan, was a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1866 for Richard Dawson, 3rd Baron Cremorne.
Sir Arthur Gore, 2nd Baronet was an Irish politician and baronet.
Sir Paul Gore, 1st Baronet was an Anglo-Irish politician, soldier and baronet.
Gustavus Hamilton, 1st Viscount Boyne PC (Ire) was an Irish peer, soldier and politician.
Gustavus Hamilton, styled The Honourable from 1715, was an Irish politician.
Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Vesey, 3rd Viscount de Vesci, was an Irish peer and Conservative politician.
Thomas George Southwell, 1st Viscount Southwell, styled The Honourable from birth until 1766, was an Irish politician and freemason.
Thomas Arthur Southwell, 2nd Viscount Southwell, styled The Honourable from 1766 until 1780, was an Irish peer and politician.
William Handcock was an Irish politician.
Robert Handcock was an Irish politician.
Nicholas Ward, 2nd Viscount Bangor, styled The Honourable from 1770 until 1781, was an Irish politician and peer.
Sir Thomas Southwell, 1st Baronet was an Anglo-Irish politician.
John Robert William Vesey, 4th Viscount de Vesci "Yvo", was an Anglo-Irish peer and British Army officer.
William Douglas, 1st Earl of Queensberry was a Scottish noble.
|Peerage of Ireland|
|New creation|| Viscount de Vesci |
| Succeeded by|
| Baron Knapton |