St Johnstown (County Longford) (Parliament of Ireland constituency)

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St Johnstown
Former constituency
for the Irish House of Commons
Former constituency
Created  ()
Abolished 1800
Replaced by Disenfranchised

St Johnstown was a borough constituency for Ballinalee or Saintjohnstown County Longford represented in the Irish House of Commons until 1800.

Members of Parliament[edit]

1661–1692[edit]

Election First member Second member
1661 John Edgeworth Henry Pierce, Bart.

1689 (Patriot Parliament)[edit]

Election First member Second member
1689 Sir William Ellis Lt.-Col. James Nugent

1692–1801[edit]

Election First member First party Second member Second party
1692 Sir John Edgeworth Alexander Fraser
1695 John Aghmooty
1703 Ambrose Edgeworth
1711 Anthony Atkinson
1713 John Kennedy Robert Edgeworth
1715 Henry Edgeworth
1721 Henry Edgeworth
1727 Thomas Newcomen
1751 Hon. John Forbes
1761 George Forbes, Viscount Forbes [1] Charles Newcomen
1762 George Forbes [2]
1768 Ralph Fetherston [3]
1773 Robert Jephson
1776 Hon. John Vaughan
1780 Sackville Hamilton
1783 Sir Thomas Fetherston, 2nd Bt Nicholas Colthurst [4]
1790 George Cavendish John Taylor
January 1798 Sir William Gleadowe-Newcomen, 1st Bt [5] Francis Hardy
1798 Richard Lovell Edgeworth William Moore
1801 Constituency disenfranchised

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Sat for Mullingar
  2. ^ from 1765 George Forbes, Viscount Forbes
  3. ^ from 1776 Sir Ralph Fetherston, 1st Bt
  4. ^ from 1787 Sir Nicholas Colthurst, 3rd Bt
  5. ^ sat for Longford County

References[edit]