Meath (Parliament of Ireland constituency)
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|Former County constituency
for the Irish House of Commons
Members of Parliament
- 1370 (Dublin): James de la Hyde and John Fitz John
- 1370 (Kilkenny): Simon Cusak and John ____
- 1374 Sir Richard Plunkett
- 1378 John Freignes (amerced of 100 marks for non-attendance)
- 1568 Lucas Dillon
- 1585 Sir Patrick Barnewall of Crickstown
- 1585 Richard Barnewall
- 1639 Sir Richard Barnewall, 2nd Baronet
- 1639 Nicholas Plunkett
- 1642 Sir John Temple
- 1646 Sir John Temple
- 1680 Sir Patrick Barnewall, 3rd Baronet
- 1689 Sir William Talbot, 3rd Baronet
|Election||First member||First party||Second member||Second party|
|1692||Charles Meredyth||John Osborne|
|1695||Sir John Dillon||Thomas Bligh|
|1733||James Lenox Napper [fn 1]|
|1751||Arthur Francis Meredyth|
|1761||Hercules Langford Rowley||Gorges Lowther|
|1794||Thomas Taylour, Viscount Headfort|
|1795||Hon. Clotworthy Taylor [fn 2]|
|1801||Succeeded by Westminster constituency Meath|
- from 1743 James Napper-Dutton
- from 1796 Hon. Clotworthy Rowley
- Leigh Rayment's historical List of Members of the Irish House of Commonscites: Johnston-Liik, Edith Mary (2002). The History of the Irish Parliament 1692-1800 (6 volumes). Ulster Historical Foundation.
- Butler, Richard (1840). Some Notices of the Castle and of the Abbies and other religious houses at Trim. Collected from various authorities. With a plate. MS. notes. H. Griffith. p. 34. Retrieved 24 May 2017.
- Lynch, William (1830). A view of the legal institutions, honorary hereditary offices, and feudal baronies, established in Ireland during the reign of Henry the Second: deduced from court rolls, inquisitions, and other original records. p. 61. Retrieved 18 June 2015.
- "Close Roll 1 Richard II No.102". CIRCLE. Trinity College, Dublin. March 1378. Retrieved 25 May 2017.