Laurence Sulivan

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Laurence Sulivan (1713-1786) was a Member of Parliament first for Taunton in 1762 and then for Ashburton in 1768. He was also Chairman of the East India Company in 1781.[1]

His grandson, Laurence Sulivan (1783-1866) was a statesman and philanthropist, and Deputy Secretary at War.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
The Lord Carpenter
Member of Parliament for Taunton
1762–1768
Succeeded by
Alexander Popham
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Robert Palk
Member of Parliament for Ashburton
1768–1774
Succeeded by
Robert Palk