Richard Le Poer Trench (1767 - 1837):
Richard Trench was called to the Bar, served as Member of Parliament for Limavady in 1796 and for Galway in 1798. He voted against the Union in 1799 but in 1800 supported it. He was Master of the Mint and Postmaster General. In 1813 he was appointed ambassador at The Hague and two years later was plenipotentary at the Congress of Vienna. From 1816 to 1822 he served once more in The Hague. He was created a British peer with the title Earl of Clancarty.
||18 May 1767
||24 November 1837