LIDDELL, Thomas (d.1718), of Bedford Row, London.
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Family and Education
Returned as a Whig for Lostwithiel in 1715, Liddell spoke in favour of Ormonde’s impeachment in 1715 and for the septennial bill in 1716. A coal-owner, like his cousins, George and Sir Henry Liddell, 4th Bt., he was a member of the Tyneside coal lobby in the House.3
He died 14 May 1718.