Lord High Treasurer of Ireland

Lord High Treasurer of Ireland

The Lord High Treasurer of Ireland was the chief financial officer of that kingdom until the treasuries of Great Britain and Ireland were united in 1817. The designation "High" was added in 1695.

Lord Treasurers of Ireland 1217-1695

*1217–1232: John de St John
*1232–1233: Peter de Rivaux
*1233–1235: Eustace, Canon of Chichester
*1235–1251: Geoffrey de Turville, Archbishop of Dublin
*1251–1258: Hugh de Mapilton, Bishop of Ossory
*1258–1274: Hugh de Tachmon, Bishop of Meath
*1274–1277: Stephen de Fulburn, Bishop of Waterford
*1277–1278: Robert Poer
*1278–1281: Stephen de Fulburn
*1281–1289: Hugh, Bishop of Meath
*1289–1294: Nicholas le Clerk
*1294–1300: Sir William de Essendon
*1300–1304: Richard de Bereford
*1304–1305: Sir William de Essendon
*1305–1307: Richard de Bereford
*1307–1312: Alexander de Bicknor
*1312–1315: John de Leche
*1315–1316: Walter de Istlep
*1316–1317: John de Hotham
*1317–1325: Walter de Istlep
*1325–1326: Adam de Hermington
*1326: Walter de Istlep
*1326–1330: Robert FitzEustace
*1330–1332: Robert Poer
*1332–1334: Sir Thomas de Burgh
*1334–1336: William Cogan
*1336–1337: Sir John Ellitker
*1337–1340: John ap Rees/Rice
*1340–1344: Hugh de Burgh
*1344–1348: John Burnham, Canon of St Patrick's, Dublin
*1348–1349: Robert de Emildun
*1349–1354: Hugh de Burgh
*1354–1356: William de Bromley
*1356–1357: John de Colton, Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin
*1357–1361: Nicholas Allen, Bishop of Meath
*1361–1362: William Chernels, Bishop of Ferns
*1362–1364: Thomas Minot, Prior of Malahidert
*1364–1371: John Troy
*1371–1372: Stephen de Valle, Bishop of Meath
*1372–1374: Alexander Bolscot, Bishop of Orrory
*1374–1375: John de Colton, Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin
*1375–1376: Thomas Scurlock, Abbot of St Thomas's, Dublin
*1376–1385: Alexander Bolscot, Bishop of Orrory
*1385–1386: William Chambers, Archdeacon of Dublin
*1386–1388: Robert Crick
*1388–1392: Richard White, Prior of Kilmainham
*1392–1393: Richard Mitford, Bishop of Chichester
*1393–1394: John de Thorpe
*1394–1395: Richard Mitford, Bishop of Chichester
*1395–1396: Stephen, Abbot of St Mary's, Dublin
*1396–1397: William Baltham
*1397–1398: Richard Mitford, Bishop of Salisbury
*1398–1399: Richard Macclesfield
*1399–1400: Robert de Faryngdon
*1400–1402: Thomas Batche, Archdeacon of Meath
*1402–1409: Sir Laurence Merbury
*1409–1412: William Allington
*1412–1413: Sir Laurence Merbury
*1413–1414: Hugh Burgh
*1414–1415: John Coryngham
*1415–1417: Hugh Burgh
*1417–1421: John Swift
*1421: Sir Thomas Strange
*1421–1424: William Thinbegh
*1424–1426: Hugh Danent
*1426: Edward Dantsey, Bishop of Meath
*1426–1427: John Blackston
*1427–1429: Sir Nicholas Plunket
*1429: Thomas Barry, Bishop of Ossory
*1429: Sir Nicholas Plunket
*1429–1430: Thomas Scurlock, Prior of St Peter's, near Trim
*1430–1437: Sir Thomas Strange
*1437–1444: Ægidius Thorndon
*1444–1445: William Cheevers
*1445–1446: Robert Dyche, Archdeacon of Dublin
*1446–1450: Ægidius Thorndon
*1450–1452: John Blackston
*1452–1454: Sir Henry Bruin
*1454–1492: Sir Rowland FitzEustace (with Sir John Wenlock 1461–1471)
*1492–1494: Sir James Ormonde
*1494–1504: Sir Hugh Conway
*1504–1514: Gerald FitzGerald
*1514–1517: Christopher Fleming, 8th Baron Slane
*1517–1524: John Rawson, Prior of Kilmainham
*1524–1530: John Barnewall, 3rd Baron Trimlestown
*1530–1532: John Rawson, Prior of Kilmainham
*1532–1540: James Butler, Lord Butler
*1540–1542: James Butler
*1542–1553: James FitzGerald, 14th/15th Earl of Desmond
*1553: Sir Edmund Rouse
*1553–1558: James FitzGerald, 14th/15th Earl of Desmond
*1559–1614: Thomas Butler, 10th Earl of Ormonde
*1616–1625: Arthur Chichester, 1st Baron Chichester
*1625–1630: Oliver St John, 1st Viscount Grandison
*1631–1643: Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork
*1643–1660: "Interregnum"
*1660–1695: Richard Boyle, 2nd Earl of Cork

Lord High Treasurers of Ireland 1695-1793

*Charles Boyle, 2nd Earl of Burlington 4 May 16959 February 1704
*Henry Boyle, 1st Baron Carleton 5 May 170425 August 1715
*Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington 25 August 17153 December 1753
*William Cavendish, 4th Duke of Devonshire 2 March 17542 October 1764
*"vacant"
*William Cavendish, 5th Duke of Devonshire 13 March 1766 – 1793

Commissioners of the Treasury for Ireland 1793-1817

*1793: Commission.
**Richard Boyle, 2nd Earl of Shannon
**Sir John Parnell, 2nd Baronet
**John Beresford
**Sir Henry Cavendish, 2nd Baronet
**William Burton Conyngham
**Robert Hobart, Lord Hobart
*1795: Commission.
**Richard Boyle, 2nd Earl of Shannon
**Sir John Parnell, 2nd Baronet
**William Burton Conyngham
**Hon. Thomas Pelham
**John Monck Mason
*1796: Commisson.
**Richard Boyle, 2nd Earl of Shannon
**Sir John Parnell, 2nd Baronet
**Hon. Thomas Pelham
**John Monck Mason
**Lodge Morris
*1797: Commission.
**Richard Boyle, 2nd Earl of Shannon
**Isaac Corry
**Hon. Thomas Pelham
**John Monck Mason
**Lodge Morris
**Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh
*1800: Commission.
**Richard Boyle, 2nd Earl of Shannon
**Isaac Corry
**Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh
**Lodge de Montmorency, 1st Baron Frankfort de Montmorency
**John Loftus, Lord Loftus
**William Wickham
**Maurice FitzGerald
*1801: Commission.
**Richard Boyle, 2nd Earl of Shannon
**Isaac Corry
**Charles Abbot
**Lodge de Montmorency, 1st Viscount Frankfort de Montmorency
**John Loftus, Viscount Loftus
**Maurice FitzGerald
*1803: Commission.
**Richard Boyle, 2nd Earl of Shannon
**Isaac Corry
**Lodge de Montmorency, 1st Viscount Frankfort de Montmorency
**John Loftus, Viscount Loftus
**Maurice FitzGerald
**William Wickham
*1804: Commission.
**John Foster
**Sir Evan Nepean, 1st Baronet
**Lodge de Montmorency, 1st Viscount Frankfort de Montmorency
**John Loftus, Viscount Loftus
**Maurice FitzGerald
*1804: Commission.
**John Foster
**Lodge de Montmorency, 1st Viscount Frankfort de Montmorency
**John Loftus, Viscount Loftus
**Maurice FitzGerald
**Hon. George Knox
**Nicholas Vansittart
*1805: Commission.
**John Foster
**Lodge de Montmorency, 1st Viscount Frankfort de Montmorency
**John Loftus, Viscount Loftus
**Maurice FitzGerald
**Hon. George Knox
**Sir Laurence Parsons, 5th Baronet
**Charles Long
*1806: Commission.
**William Grenville, 1st Baron Grenville
**Sir John Newport, 1st Baronet
**Maurice FitzGerald
**Sir Laurence Parsons, 5th Baronet
**Charles O'Hara
**Henry Parnell
**William Burton
**William Elliot
*1807: Commission
**George, Earl of Ross
**John Foster
**Arthur Wellesley
**Hon. Thomas Henry Foster
**Sir George FitzGerald Hill, 2nd Baronet
**John Maxwell-Barry
**Charles Vereker
*1810: Commission.
**Hon. Spencer Perceval
**John Foster
**Hon. William Wellesley-Pole
**George, Earl of Ross
**Sir George FitzGerald Hill, 2nd Baronet
**John Maxwell-Barry
**Hon. Thomas Henry Foster
**Charles Vereker
**W. W. H. Guarden
*1811: Commisson.
**Hon. Spencer Perceval
**John Foster
**Hon. William Wellesley-Pole
**George, Earl of Ross
**Sir George FitzGerald Hill, 2nd Baronet
**John Maxwell-Barry
**Hon. Thomas Henry Foster
**Charles Vereker
**William O'Dell
*1812: Commission.
**John Foster
**Hon. William Wellesley-Pole
**Sir George FitzGerald Hill, 2nd Baronet
**John Maxwell-Barry
**Hon. Thomas Henry Foster
**Charles Vereker
**William O'Dell
*1813: Commission.
**John Foster
**Hon. William Wellesley-Pole
**Sir George FitzGerald Hill, 2nd Baronet
**John Maxwell-Barry
**Hon. Thomas Henry Foster
**Charles Vereker
**William O'Dell
**Henry John Clements
**Edmund Alexander Macnaghten
*1814: Commission:
**Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool
**William Vesey-FitzGerald
**Robert Peel
**Sir George FitzGerald Hill, 2nd Baronet
**John Maxwell-Barry
**William O'Dell
**Henry John Clements
**Edmond Alexander Macnaghten

The board was abolished in 1817.

References

*"A Political Index to the Histories of Great Britain & Ireland" (1806)
*"Haydn's Book of Dignities" (1894)


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