Jocelyn Deane

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Jocelyn Deane JP (July 1749 – 19 November 1780)[1] was an Irish politician.

He was the third son of Sir Robert Deane, 5th Baronet and his wife Charleton Tilson, second daughter of Thomas Tilson.[2] Deane was a Justice of the Peace[2] and represented Baltimore in the Irish House of Commons from 1771 to until his death in 1780.[1] In the latter year he had stood also for Helston in the British House of Commons, however the election was disputed caused by a double return.[3] Before his case was to be heard, Deane died near Lyons, having been on the way to Nice to recover his health in the Mediterranean climate.[4] In 1781, he was declared elected.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Leigh Rayment - Irish House of Commons 1692-1800". Retrieved 28 March 2009. 
  2. ^ a b "ThePeerage - Jocelyn Deane". Retrieved 27 March 2009. 
  3. ^ "Leigh Rayment - British House of Commons, Helston". Retrieved 28 March 2009. 
  4. ^ Lodge, John (1789). Mervyn Archdall, ed. The Peerage of Ireland or A Genealogical History of the Present Nobility of that Kingdom. vol. VII. Dublin: James Moore. p. 191. 
  5. ^ Oldfield, Thomas Hinton Burley (1816). The Representative History of Great Britain and Ireland. vol. II. London: Baldwin, Cradock and Joy. p. 156. 
Parliament of Ireland
Preceded by
Sir John Evans-Freke, 1st Bt
Richard Tonson
Member of Parliament for Baltimore
1771–1780
With: Sir John Evans-Freke, 1st Bt 1771–1777
William Evans 1777–1780
Succeeded by
William Evans
James Chatterton
Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
Francis Cockayne Cust
Philip Yorke
Member of Parliament for Helston
1780
With: Philip Yorke
Succeeded by
Richard Barwell
Philip Yorke