Patrick Power (Liberal MP)
Patrick Power (died 25 August 1835) was Liberal Party Westminster MP for Waterford County from the 1835 general election until his death. He stood for election with the backing of Daniel O'Connell, supported Repeal of the Union, and was returned unopposed with Sir Richard Musgrave. He was a justice of the peace, and lived in Bellevue, County Kilkenny. He was the younger brother of Nicholas Mahon Power. He was married to Mary Snow; they had four sons and one daughter.
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