Samuel Pennant

Sir Samuel Pennant (died 1750) was a Lord Mayor of London.

He was appointed a Sheriff of London for 1745 and then elected Lord Mayor of London for 1749 but died the following year in office, and was succeeded by John Blachford. There is a monument to him in the church of St Michael Paternoster Royal.

Sir Samuel's brother John was the father of Richard Pennant, 1st Baron Penrhyn. He was also a distant relative of the Welsh naturalist and antiquarian Thomas Pennant.

Name Pennant, Samuel
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Short description British politician
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Date of death 1750
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