John Lemon (6 November 1754 – 5 April 1814) was a British Whig Member of Parliament. He was born in Truro, the second son of William Lemon by his marriage to Anne, the daughter of John Willyams of Carnanton House, and was the grandson of William Lemon the Elder (1696–1760), who had acquired a substantial estate at Carclew in 1749, and the younger brother of Sir William Lemon, 1st Baronet. The young John Lemon was educated at Truro Grammar School and later at Harrow. He became a lieutenant colonel in the Horse Guards.

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  • John Lemon (6 November 1754 – 5 April 1814) was a British Whig Member of Parliament. He was born in Truro, the second son of William Lemon by his marriage to Anne, the daughter of John Willyams of Carnanton House, and was the grandson of William Lemon the Elder (1696–1760), who had acquired a substantial estate at Carclew in 1749, and the younger brother of Sir William Lemon, 1st Baronet. The young John Lemon was educated at Truro Grammar School and later at Harrow. He became a lieutenant colonel in the Horse Guards. (en)
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  • 1754-11-6
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  • 1814-4-5
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  • Member of Parliament for Saltash
  • Member of Parliament for Truro
  • Member of Parliament for West Looe
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  • dbr:John_Scott_(1747–1819)
  • Charles Powlett Townshend 1808–10
  • Edward Boscawen 1807–08
  • Edward Leveson-Gower 1802–07
  • John Leveson-Gower 1796–1801
  • John Leveson-Gower 1801–02
  • Sir George Warrender, Bt 1812–14
  • William John Bankes 1810–12
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  • April 1784–August 1784
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  • John Lemon (6 November 1754 – 5 April 1814) was a British Whig Member of Parliament. He was born in Truro, the second son of William Lemon by his marriage to Anne, the daughter of John Willyams of Carnanton House, and was the grandson of William Lemon the Elder (1696–1760), who had acquired a substantial estate at Carclew in 1749, and the younger brother of Sir William Lemon, 1st Baronet. The young John Lemon was educated at Truro Grammar School and later at Harrow. He became a lieutenant colonel in the Horse Guards. (en)
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