George Jennings (MP)

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George Jennings (c.1721 – 9 June 1790)[1][2][3] was a British politician.

He was elected as a Member of Parliament (MP) for the borough of Whitchurch in Hampshire at a by-election in March 1757.[4] He was returned for Whitchurch at the 1761 general election, and held the seat until the 1768 general election.[3]

He was elected as an (MP) for the borough of St Germans in Cornwall at a by-election in March 1768,[5] and held the seat until the 1774 general election.[1] At the 1784 general election he was returned as an MP for Thetford.[6] He held that seat until the 1790 general election.[2]


Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
William Powlett
Thomas Townshend
Member of Parliament for Whitchurch
With: Thomas Townshend
Succeeded by
Hon. Henry Wallop
Thomas Townshend
Preceded by
Edward Eliot
Samuel Salt
Member of Parliament for St Germans
With: Benjamin Langlois
Succeeded by
Edward Eliot
Benjamin Langlois
Preceded by
Earl of Euston
Richard Hopkins
Member of Parliament for Thetford
With: Sir Charles Kent, Bt
Succeeded by
Robert John Buxton
Joseph Randyll Burch