Sir Thomas Baring, 2nd Baronet
Sir Thomas Baring, 2nd Baronet (12 June 1772 – 3 April 1848), was a British banker and MP.
He was the eldest son of Sir Francis Baring, 1st Baronet, founder of Barings Bank. His grandfather John Baring (1697–1748) had emigrated from Germany and established the family in England. Thomas became a partner in Baring Brothers & Co. in 1804, remaining until 1809. After his early career with the bank, Sir Thomas was elected a British Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituencies of High Wycombe and Hampshire (until 1831).
From 1832 to 1833 he was the chairman of the London and South Western Railway. He was president of the London Institution and Director of the British Institution. In June, 1841 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society 
- "Library and Archive Catalogue". Royal Society. Retrieved 10 December 2010.
- Ziegler, Philip (1988). The Sixth Great Power: Barings 1762–1929. London: Collins. ISBN 0-00-217508-8.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Sir Thomas Baring
|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
Sir John Dashwood-King
Sir Francis Baring
|Member of Parliament for High Wycombe
With: Sir John Dashwood-King 1806–1831
Hon. Robert Smith 1831–1832
Hon. Robert Smith
Hon. Charles Grey
Sir James Macdonald
|Member of Parliament for Hampshire
With: Charles Shaw-Lefevre
|Baronetage of Great Britain|
(of Larkbeer, Devon)
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