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Thomas Peter Legh

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thomas Peter Legh (1754–1797), was a British Member of Parliament.

Born about 1754 he was the first son of Reverend Ashburnham Legh of Golborne and Charlotte Elizabeth Legh née Egerton.[1]

He was educated at Brasenose College, Oxford.[1]

In 1794 he spent over £20,000 raising a regiment of fencible cavalry, The Lancashire Fencible Cavalry, to which he was appointed Colonel.[a][2]

Legh was Member of Parliament (MP) for the rotten borough of Newton in Lancashire from 1780 until his death in 1797.[1]

He died on 7 August 1797 leaving seven illegitimate children and his estates to his eldest son, Thomas Legh.[1]

Notes

  1. ^ £20,000 would be approximately £2.15 million in 2019 "Five Ways to Compute the Relative Value of a UK Pound Amount, 1270 to Present". MeasuringWorth. 2018. Retrieved 10 April 2020.

References

  1. ^ a b c d Port, M.H. (1986). R. G. Thorne (ed.). The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1790-1820. 2. History of Parliament Trust. ISBN 978-0-436-52101-0. Retrieved 10 April 2020.
  2. ^ British War Office (22 June 1797), List of the officers of the several regiments and corps of fencible cavalry and infantry: of the officers of the militia [etc.] (5 ed.), p. 17, retrieved 10 April 2020
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Anthony James Keck
Robert Vernon Atherton Gwillym
Member of Parliament for Newton
1780 – 1797
With: Thomas Davenport, KC 1780 - 1786
Thomas Brooke 1786 - 1797
Succeeded by
Thomas Langford Brooke
Thomas Brooke
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