Thomas Walpole (6 October 1727 – March 1803), styled from 1756 The Hon. Thomas Walpole, was a British MP and banker in Paris.
He was MP for Sudbury from 1754 to 1761, and MP for Ashburton from 1761 to 1768. In 1762 he was involved in efforts to engineer William Pitt the Elder into a rapprochement with the Duke of Newcastle. In 1768 he succeeded his cousin Horace Walpole as MP for Lynn, sitting until 1784, when he was succeeded by his nephew Horatio Walpole.
- William Stanhope Taylor and John Henry Pringle, eds., Correspondence of William Pitt, John Murray, 1838, vol. 2, p. 328
- Neil Jeffares, Iconographical genealogies: Walpole, Dictionary of Pastellists before 1800, Online edition, 2008
- George Thomas, Earl of Albemarle, Memoirs of the Marquis of Rockingham and his contemporaries, 149-151
- Report of the Lords commissioners for trade and plantations on the petition of the Honourable Thomas Walpole, Benjamin Franklin, John Sargent, and Samuel Wharton, esquires, and their associates for a grant of lands on the River Ohio, in North America, for the purpose of erecting a new government : with observations and remarks, 1772. B.A. Hinsdale. "The Western Land Policy of the British Government from 1763 to 1775." Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly. Volume I (December 1887) 207-229.
- 'GRAND HOUSES', chiswickhistory.org.uk
- "Walpole, Thomas (WLPL773T)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
|Parliament of Great Britain|
| Member of Parliament for Sudbury
With: Thomas Fonnereau
| Member of Parliament for Ashburton
With: John Harris 1761–1767
Robert Palk 1767–1768
Sir John Turner, Bt
| Member of Parliament for Lynn
With: Sir John Turner, Bt 1768–1774
Crisp Molineux 1774–1784
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