The Lord Newborough
|Member of the Great Britain Parliament |
|Preceded by||Sir John Wynn|
|Succeeded by||Thomas Assheton Smith|
|Member of the Great Britain Parliament |
for St Ives
|Preceded by|| Adam Drummond |
|Succeeded by||William Praed|
|Member of the Great Britain Parliament |
|Preceded by||Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn|
|Succeeded by||Parliament of the United Kingdom|
| Member of Parliament |
|Preceded by||Parliament of Great Britain|
|Succeeded by||Edward Pryce Lloyd|
|Died||12 October 1807 (aged 68–69)|
Lady Catherine Perceval
(m. 1766;died 1782)
|Parent||Sir John Wynn,2nd Baronet|
Thomas Wynn,1st Baron Newborough (1736 –12 October 1807),  known as Sir Thomas Wynn,3rd Baronet,from 1773 to 1776,was a British politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1761 and 1807.
Wynn was the son of Sir John Wynn,2nd Baronet. He went to Italy on the "Grand Tour" in 1759–60.  He sat as a Member of Parliament for Carnarvonshire from 1761 to 1774,for St Ives from 1775 to 1780 and for Beaumaris from 1796 to 1807.  He served as Lord Lieutenant of Carnarvonshire between 1761 and 1781 and raised and commanded the Carnarvon Militia.    Wynn succeeded his father in the baronetcy in 1773 and in 1776 he was raised to the Peerage of Ireland as Baron Newborough,of Newborough. 
Lord Newborough married,firstly,Lady Catherine,daughter of John Perceval,2nd Earl of Egmont,in 1766. The couple had one child: 
After Lady Catherine's death in 1782,Lord Newborough married,secondly,thirteen-year-old Maria Stella Petronilla,daughter of Lorenzo Chiappini,in 1786;Maria Stella was born at Modigliana,near Forlì (Italy),in 1773. The couple had two sons: 
Lord Newborough died in October 1807 and was succeeded in his titles by his elder son from his second marriage,Thomas. Lady Newborough later remarried and died in 1843. 
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