Thomas Pakenham, 2nd Earl of Longford, KP (14 May 1774 – 28 May 1835), known as The Lord Longford between 1792 and 1794, was an Anglo-Irish peer. Background Pakenham Hall (now Tullynally), County Westmeath Pakenham was the eldest son of Edward Pakenham, 2nd Baron Longford, by Catherine Rowley, daughter of Hercules Rowley.
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Thomas Francis Dermot Pakenham, 8th Earl of Longford (born 14 August 1933), known simply as Thomas Pakenham, is an Anglo-Irish historian and arborist who has written several prize-winning books on the diverse subjects of African history, Victorian and post-Victorian British history, and trees.
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Thomas Pakenham, 2nd Earl of Longford, KP , known as The Lord Longford between 1792 and 1794, was an Anglo-Irish peer.
Thomas Pakenham, 2nd Earl of Longford (1774–1835), who married Lady Georgiana Emma Charlotte Lygon, daughter of William Lygon, 1st Earl Beauchamp. Maj.-Gen. Hon. Sir Edward Pakenham (1778–1815), who served as MP for Longford Borough and was killed in action at the Battle of New Orleans.
The other twin, the Hon. Thomas Pakenham, succeeded as 5th earl of Longford in 1887, served in the second Boer war, and was killed in action (21 August 1915) during the Gallipoli campaign. Sources