James Barry (Irish MP, 1661–1725)

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James Barry (15 January 1661 – 16 April 1725) was an Irish politician.

Barry was a Member of Parliament (MP) in the Irish House of Commons and represented Naas from 1695 to 1699 and from 1711 to 1713. He sat then for Kildare Borough from 1715 to 1725.

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Parliament of Ireland
Preceded by
John Aylmer
Nicholas Jones
Member of Parliament for Naas
with Richard Nevill

1695–1703
Succeeded by
Alexander Gradon
Francis Spring
Preceded by
Alexander Gradon
Francis Spring
Member of Parliament for Naas
with Alexander Gradon

1711–1713
Succeeded by
Thomas Burgh
Theobald Bourke
Preceded by
Thomas Jones
Richard Locke
Member of Parliament for Kildare Borough
with Maurice Keating 1715–1716
Richard Warren 1716–1725

1715–1725
Succeeded by
Maurice Keating
Richard Warren