Lord Lieutenant of Leitrim

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The following is a list of those who have been Lord Lieutenant of Leitrim.

There were lieutenants of counties in Ireland until the reign of James II, when they were renamed governors;[1] the office of Lord Lieutenant was recreated on 23 August 1831.

Leitrim was lost to the United Kingdom in 1922 upon the formation of the Irish Free State.

Governors[edit]

Lord Lieutenants[edit]

References[edit]

  • Sainty, J. C. "Lieutenants and Lords-Lieutenants (Ireland) 1831-2005". Retrieved 2008-06-07.
  1. ^ G. E. C., ed. Vicary Gibbs, The Complete Peerage, vol. I (1910) p. 174, n. (b).
  2. ^ E. M. Johnston-Liik, History of the Irish Parliament 1692–1800 (2002) vol. III, p. 426.
  3. ^ Johnston-Liik, History of the Irish Parliament, vol. III, p. 432.
  4. ^ Johnston-Liik, History of the Irish Parliament, vol. III, p. 423.
  5. ^ Arthur Aspinall, JONES, Walter (1754-1839), of Cork Abbey, co. Wicklow. in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1790-1820 (1986).
  6. ^ a b The Royal Kalendar for 1831, p. 389.
  7. ^ P. J. Jupp, CLEMENTS, Henry John (1781-1843), of Ashfield Lodge, co. Cavan. in The History of Parliament 1790–1820.
  8. ^ Jupp, WHITE, Luke (c.1740-1824), of Woodlands and Luttrell's Town, co. Dublin. in The History of Parliament 1790–1820.