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Frederick William Trench

 

Frederick William Trench

General Sir Frederick William Trench KCH (c. 1777 – 6 December 1859), was a British soldier and Tory politician.

Trench was the son of Michael Frederick Trench, a barrister and amateur architect, of Heywood, only son of Reverend Frederick Trench, of Ballinakill, in Queen's County (now County Laois). His mother was Anne Helena, daughter and heiress of Patrick Stewart, second son of James Stewart, of Killymoon, County Tyrone.[1] The Earls of Clancarty were members of another branch of the Trench family.[2]

Trench served in the British Army. He also sat as Member of Parliament for Mitchell between 1806 and 1807,[3] for Dundalk between February and October 1812,[4] for Cambridge between 1819 and 1832[5] and for Scarborough between 1835 and 1847.[6] In 1829 he was appointed Storekeeper of the Ordnance,[7] a post he held until 1831.[8] He was promoted to General in 1846.[9]

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Robert Sharpe Ainslie
Earl of Dalkeith
Member of Parliament for Mitchell
1806–1807
With: Sir Christopher Hawkins (never sat)
Succeeded by
Hon. Sir Arthur Wellesley
Henry Montgomery
Preceded by
Thomas Hughes
Member of Parliament for Dundalk
February–October 1812
Succeeded by
John Metge
Preceded by
Edward Finch
Robert Manners
Member of Parliament for Cambridge
1819–1832
With: Robert Manners 1819–1820
Charles Madryll Cheere 1820–1825
Marquess of Graham 1825–1832
Succeeded by
George Pryme
Thomas Spring Rice
Preceded by
Sir John Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, Bt
Sir George Cayley, Bt
Member of Parliament for Scarborough
1835–1847
With: Sir John Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, Bt 1835–1837, 1841–1847
Sir Thomas Charles Style, Bt 1837–1841
Succeeded by
Sir John Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, Bt
Earl of Mulgrave
Military offices
Preceded by
Mark Singleton
Storekeeper of the Ordnance
1829–1831
Succeeded by
Hon. Henry Duncan
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