Mayo (Parliament of Ireland constituency)

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Mayo
Former County constituency
for the Irish House of Commons
Former constituency
Created  ()
Abolished 1800
Replaced by Mayo

Mayo was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons from 1611 to 1800. Between 1725 and 1793 Catholics and those married to Catholics could not vote.

County Divisions[edit]

Baronies in County Mayo:[n 8]

Burrishoole (Buiríos Umhaill)

Carra (Ceara)

Clanmorris (Clann Mhuiris)

Costello (Coistealaigh)

Erris (Iorras)

Gallen (Gaileanga)

Kilmaine (Cill Mheáin)

Murrisk (Muraisc)

Ross (An Ros)

Tirawley (Tír Amhlaidh)

Tireragh (Tír Fhiachrach)


Members of Parliament[edit]

1692–1801[edit]

Election First member First party Second member Second party
1689 Patriot Parliament Gerald Moore Walter Bourke
1692 Sir Henry Bingham, 3rd Bt Francis Cuffe I
1695 John Bingham
1707 Henry Bingham
1715 Sir Arthur Gore, 2nd Bt Francis Cuffe II
1719 Michael Cuffe
1727 John Bingham [1]
1742 James Cuffe I
1749 Sir John Bingham, 6th Bt
1751 Paul Annesley Gore
1761 Hon. Peter Browne-Kelly Sir Charles Bingham, 7th Bt
1768 James Cuffe II
1776 Arthur Browne
1779 George Browne
1782 Denis Browne
1798 George Jackson
1801 Succeeded by Westminster constituency of Mayo

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ from 1730 Sir John Bingham, 5th Bt

References[edit]