Tomé de Barros Queirós

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Tomé de Barros Queirós
Tomé José de Barros Queirós.jpg
Minister for Finance
In office
15 May 1915 – 19 June 1915
Prime Minister João Chagas (15–17 May 1915)
José de Castro (17 May – 19 June 1915)
Preceded by José Jerónimo Rodrigues Monteiro
Succeeded by Vitorino Guimarães
81st Prime Minister of Portugal
(27th of the Republic)
In office
23 May 1921 – 30 August 1921
President António José de Almeida
Preceded by Bernardino Machado
Succeeded by António Granjo
Minister for Finance
In office
23 May 1921 – 30 August 1921
Prime Minister Himself
Preceded by António Maria da Silva
Succeeded by António Vicente Ferreira
Minister for Instruction
(interim)
In office
23 May 1921 – 24 May 1921
Prime Minister Himself
Preceded by Júlio do Patrocínio Martins
Succeeded by António Ginestal Machado
Personal details
Born (1872-02-02)2 February 1872
Ílhavo, Kingdom of Portugal
Died 5 May 1925(1925-05-05) (aged 53)
Lisbon, Portuguese Republic
Political party Portuguese Republican Party
(later Republican Union Party and Nationalist Republican Party)
Occupation Salesman,
merchant,
entrepreneur,
manager and
columnist.

Tomé José de Barros Queirós (Thomé José de Barros Queiroz in Portuguese of the early 20th century; Ílhavo, 2 February 1872 — Lisbon, 5 May 1925) was a Portuguese trader, capitalist and politician of the period of the Portuguese First Republic. Among others posts, he served as member of the parliament, Minister of Finances and eventually President of the Ministry (Prime Minister). He was also a member of the Masonry.

A street in the heart of the Baixa district of Lisbon bears his name in celebration of his accomplishments.

Preceded by
Bernardino Machado
Prime Minister of Portugal
(President of the Ministry)

1921
Succeeded by
António Granjo