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Baron Thomas Wyndham (1681–1745), Lord Chancellor of Ireland, Benefactor

Photo credit: Wadham College, University of Oxford

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The sitter was admitted to Wadham in 1698; Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas in Ireland in 1724 and Lord Chancellor of Ireland from 1726 to 1739. He was created 1st Baron Wyndham of Finglass in the County of Dublin in 1731.

Wadham College, University of Oxford



Baron Thomas Wyndham (1681–1745), Lord Chancellor of Ireland, Benefactor




oil on canvas


H 75.7 x W 62 cm

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Acquisition method

gift from W. Tournay (Warden) for the Warden's Lodgings

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Inscription description

copied by Joseph Smith from the original in the college and given to the Wardens lodgings by W. Tournay, warden


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