Thomas Fonnereau (London, 27 October 1699 – 20 March 1779) was a British businessman and politician, the eldest son of the merchant Claude Fonnereau.
A London merchant, he was of Huguenot extraction. Returned for Sudbury in 1741, he continued to sit for that constituency until 1768, several of those years in conjunction with Thomas Walpole, a business connection. However, he retained interests in Suffolk and was a member of the Free British Fishery Society, and was MP for the constituency of Aldeburgh there at the end of his life.
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|Parliament of Great Britain|
|Member of Parliament for Sudbury
with Carteret Leathes 1741–1747
Richard Rigby 1747–1754
Thomas Walpole 1754–1761
John Henniker 1761–1768
Zachary Philip Fonnereau
|Member of Parliament for Aldeburgh
with Zachary Philip Fonnereau 1773–1774
Richard Combe 1774–1779
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