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Thomas Trevor, 1st Baron Trevor

The Right Honourable
The Lord Trevor
Lord President of the Council
In office
8 May – 19 June 1730
Monarch George II
Prime Minister Sir Robert Walpole
Preceded by The Duke of Devonshire
Succeeded by The Earl of Wilmington

Thomas Trevor, 1st Baron Trevor PC (8 March 1658 – 19 June 1730) was a British judge and politician who was Attorney-General and later Lord Privy Seal.


Trevor was the second son of John Trevor (1626–1672).[1] He was knighted in 1692 as Solicitor General and in 1695 became Attorney-General. In 1701 Trevor was appointed chief justice of the common pleas, and in 1712 he was created a peer as Baron Trevor of Bromham.[2]

On the accession of George I in 1714 he was deprived of the justiceship, but from 1726 to 1730 he

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