Arthur Winterbotham

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Arthur Brend Winterbotham (19 April 1838 - 8 September 1892) was an English cloth manufacturer and Liberal politician.

Winterbotham was the son of Lindsey Winterbotham and Sarah Ann Page. His father was a banker of Stroud, Gloucestershire. He was educated at Amersham School. After joining Thomas Hunt as partner in Cam Mill (previously known as Corrietts Mill) he moved to Cam, Gloucestershire, where he was a cloth manufacturer. He built a house at Norman Hill, Dursley, Gloucestershire.[1]

In 1885 Winterbotham was elected Member of Parliament for Cirencester. He held the seat until his death in 1892.[2]

Winterbotham married Elizabeth Strachan in 1863 and had two sons Arthur and Herbert. His brother Henry Selfe Page Winterbotham was also a Member of Parliament.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Thomas Chester-Master
Member of Parliament for Stroud
18851892
Succeeded by
Thomas Chester-Master