ⓘ Luke White (of Rathcline)
Luke White was the son of Irish bookseller, lottery operator and Member of Parliament for County Leitrim Luke White. Born before 1789, Luke White junior stood for election as MP for County Longford on a number of occasions, initially as a Whig and later as a supporter of Daniel OConnells Irish nationalist Repeal Association. After winning election in 1832, 1835 and 1841 his victories were overturned within months by committees of inquiry by the House of Commons and the seat handed over to his political opponents. He did, however, serve the full parliamentary term from 1837 to 1841. He did not contest any further elections and died in 1854.
Lukes brothers Samuel and Henry were also elected deputies, and Henry was ennobled as Baron annaly and Rathcline in 1863.
- Luke White may refer to: Luke White died 1824 1740 1824 Irish MP for Leitrim Luke White of Rathcline 1789 1854 son of the above, Irish MP for
- as Lord Lieutenant of County Longford. In 1863 he was raised to the peerage as Baron Annaly, of Annaly and Rathcline in the County of Longford. Lord Annaly
- Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1863 when the Liberal politician Henry White was made Baron Annaly, of Annaly and Rathcline in the County of Longford
- White, 2nd Baron Annaly of Annaly and Rathcline 1872: 1873: Arthur Shirley Ball of Cabbaglair 1874: John Samuel Galbraith of Clanabogan and Riverstown