Maurice FitzGerald, 18th Knight of Kerry


Maurice FitzGerald, 18th Knight of Kerry

Maurice FitzGerald, 18th Knight of Kerry (29 December 1774 – 7 March 1849) was an hereditary knight and an Irish Whig politician.

FitzGerald represented Kerry in the Irish House of Commons from 1795 until the Act of Union in 1801. He sat also for Tralee in 1800.

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Parliament of Ireland
Preceded by
Sir Barry Denny, 2nd Bt
John Gustavus Crosbie
Member of Parliament for Kerry
1795 – 1801
With: John Gustavus Crosbie 1795–1798
James Crosbie 1798–1801
Succeeded by
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
William Fletcher
Sir Boyle Roche, 1st Bt
Member of Parliament for Tralee
1800
With: James Crosbie
Succeeded by
Arthur Moore
Henry Kemmis
Parliament of the United Kingdom
New constituency Member of Parliament for Kerry
18011831
With: James Crosbie 1801–1806, 1812–1826
Henry Arthur Herbert 1806–1812
William Hare 1826–1830
William Browne 1830–1831
Succeeded by
Frederick William Mullins
Daniel O'Connell
Preceded by
George Canning
Member of Parliament for Tralee
18061807
Succeeded by
Samuel Boddington
Titles of nobility (Ireland)
Preceded by
Robert FitzGerald
Knight of Kerry
1781 – 1849
Succeeded by
Peter George FitzGerald

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