Edmund Morris (MP)

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Edmund Morris (c. 1686 – July 1759) was an English politician.

He was born the eldest son of Charles Morris of Loddington, Leicestershire and educated at Rugby School, Magdalen College, and the Middle Temple.

He served as Member of Parliament for Leicestershire from 1722 to 1727, and was later appointed Sheriff of Leicestershire for 1747.

He was buried at Loddington on 30 July 1759. He had married Anne, the daughter of Sir Alexander Campbell, MP of Calder, Nairn, Scotland and had one son and four daughters.

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Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
Lord William Manners and
Sir Geoffrey Palmer, Bt.
Member of Parliament for Leicestershire
1722–1727
With: Lord William Manners
Succeeded by
Lord William Manners and
Sir Clobery Noel, Bt.