Thomastown (Parliament of Ireland constituency)

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Thomastown
Former Borough constituency
for the Irish House of Commons
Former constituency
Created1541 (1541)
Abolished1800
Replaced byDisenfranchised

Thomastown was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons until 1800. Following the Act of Union 1800 the borough was disenfranchised.

Contents

Members of Parliament

1689–1801

ElectionFirst memberFirst partySecond memberSecond party
1689 Patriot Parliament Robert Grace, Snr Robert Grace, Jnr
1692 William Harrison John Hayes
1695 Christopher Hewetson Arthur Bushe
1703 John Beauchamp
1713 Amyas Bushe
1715 William Flower John Cuffe
1715 William Despard
1721 Richard Bettesworth
1727 Luke Gardiner Nicholas Aylward
1755 Redmond Morres
1757 Hon. Joseph Leeson
1761 Alexander McAuley Thomas Eyre
1767 Lord Frederick Campbell
1768 James Agar Thomas Maunsell
1769 George Dunbar
1776 Robert Forde Edward Bellingham Swan
1783 George Roth Patrick Welch
1786 George Bunbury
1790 George Burdett
1798 George Dunbar James Kearney
March 1800 Hon. Charles William Stewart
April 1800 William Gardiner
May 1800 John Francis Cradock
1801Constituency disenfranchised

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 5 http://www.tara.tcd.ie/handle/2262/77206
  2. https://archive.org/stream/parliamentaryme00belmgoog/parliamentaryme00belmgoog_djvu.txt
  3. Parliamentary Papers, Volume 62, Part 2. p. 621.