|A.K.A.||Thomas Philip Maunsell|
|From||United Kingdom Great Britain|
|Birth||1781, Thorpe Malsor, Kettering, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom|
|Death||1866 (aged 85 years)|
Thomas Philip Maunsell (16 October 1781 – 4 March 1866) was a British Conservative politician.
Born at Thorpe Malsor, Northamptonshire, Maunsell was the son of William Maunsell, Archdeacon of Kildare, and his wife Lucy, daughter of Philip Oliver. He married Caroline Elizabeth Cokayne, daughter of William Cokayne and Barbara née Hill in 1811 in London, and they had at least nine children: John Borlase; William Thomas (1812–1862); Lucy Diana (1814–1892); George Edmond (1816–1875); Thomas Cokayne (1818–1887); John Borlase (1820–1902); Sophia Caroline (1822–1889); Barbara Anna (1825–1842); and Charles Cullen (1827–1891).
Maunsell was first elected Conservative MP for North Northamptonshire at a by-election in 1835—caused by the death of William Wentworth-FitzWilliam—and held the seat until 1857 when he did not stand for re-election.
Outside of politics, Maunsell was High Sheriff of Northamptonshire in 1821, and colonel in the Northamptonshire Militia. He was also a Justice of the Peace and Deputy Lieutenant for the same county.