Stephen Moore, 1st Earl Mount Cashell
Stephen Moore, 1st Earl Mount Cashell PC (25 July 1730 – 14 May 1790), styled The Honourable Stephen Moore between 1764 and 1766 and known as The Viscount Mount Cashell between 1766 and 1781, was an Irish landowner and politician.
Moore was the eldest surviving son of Stephen Moore, 1st Viscount Mount Cashell, by Alicia Colville, daughter of Hugh Colville. He was returned to the Irish House of Commons for Lismore, a seat he held until 1766, when he succeeded his father in the viscountcy and entered the Irish House of Lords. In 1781 he was created Earl Mount Cashell, of Cashell in the County of Tipperary, in the Irish peerage. In 1785 he was also sworn of the Irish Privy Council.
Lord Mount Cashell married Lady Helena Rawdon, daughter of John Rawdon, 1st Earl of Moira, in 1769. They had several children. One daughter, Lady Helena Moore, married George King, 3rd Earl of Kingston, and was the mother of antiquarian Edward King, Viscount Kingsborough. Lord Mount Cashell died in May 1790, aged 59, and was succeeded in the earldom by his son, Stephen.
- thepeerage.com Stephen Moore, 1st Earl Mountcashell
- leighrayment.com Irish House of Commons, 1692–1800
- The London Gazette: . 19 December 1780.
- The London Gazette: . 12 November 1785.
|Parliament of Ireland|
|Member of Parliament for Lismore
With: Sir Henry Cavendish, Bt
Sir Henry Cavendish, Bt
|Peerage of Ireland|
|New creation||Earl Mount Cashell
|Viscount Mount Cashell