List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1918

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This is a list of Members of Parliament (MPs) elected to the 31st Parliament of the United Kingdom in the 1918 general election. This Parliament was elected on 14 December 1918, assembled on 4 February 1919 and was dissolved on 26 October 1922.

The normal polling day did not apply to the university constituencies (polls open for five days) and Orkney and Shetland (poll open two days). Votes in the territorial constituencies were not counted until 28 December 1918 to allow time for postal votes from members of the armed forces to arrive.

Coalition and Non-Coalition: In most constituencies in Great Britain one supporter of the coalition government, led by David Lloyd George (the Liberal Prime Minister) and Andrew Bonar Law (the Conservative leader), was issued the so-called coupon. Candidates elected as Liberals or Conservatives, without the coupon, were not necessarily hostile to the government. This list follows the label used in F.W.S. Craig's book cited below. No attempt is made to indicate changes between the Coalition and Non-Coalition wings of a party. Few coupons were issued to Irish candidates, so none are designated as Coalition MPs.

Conservative and Unionist MPs: Conservative, Irish Unionist, Labour Unionist and Ulster Unionist MPs constituted a single party in Parliament. Candidates of the Ulster Unionist Council are classified as Irish Unionists until May 1921 and Ulster Unionists thereafter. The only Unionists, in this Parliament, not to be from Ulster constituencies represented Dublin Rathmines and Dublin University.

Notable newcomers to the House of Commons included Neville Chamberlain, Robert Horne, Thomas Inskip, Kingsley Wood and Oswald Mosley. The Parliament of 1918-22 had a poor reputation with contemporaries: John Maynard Keynes' "The Economic Consequences of the Peace" includes a famous remark about the Conservative MPs that "They are a lot of hard-faced men, who look as if they had done very well out of the war" which Keynes attributed to a Conservative friend.[1] Keynes privately confirmed that the friend who originated the remark was Stanley Baldwin.[2]



Table of contents:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y By-elections Changes

A[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Aberavon John Edwards Coalition Liberal
Aberdare Charles Stanton Coalition NDP
Aberdeen North Frank Herbert Rose Labour
Aberdeen South Frederick Thomson Co. Conservative
Aberdeenshire Central Sir Alexander Theodore Gordon Co. Conservative
Aberdeenshire East Sir Henry Cowan Coalition Liberal
Aberdeenshire West and Kincardine Hon. Arthur Murray Coalition Liberal
Abertillery William Brace Labour
Abingdon John Tyson Wigan Co. Conservative
Accrington Ernest Gray Co. Conservative
Acton Sir Harry Brittain Co. Conservative
Aldershot Viscount Wolmer Co. Conservative
Altrincham George Hamilton Co. Conservative
Anglesey Sir Owen Thomas Independent Labour
Antrim East Robert McCalmont Irish Unionist
Antrim Mid Hon. Hugh O'Neill Irish Unionist
Antrim North Peter Kerr-Smiley Irish Unionist
Antrim South Charles Curtis Craig Irish Unionist
Argyllshire William Sutherland Coalition Liberal
Armagh Mid James Rolston Lonsdale Irish Unionist
Armagh North William Allen Irish Unionist
Armagh South Patrick Donnelly Irish Nationalist
Ashford Samuel Strang Steel Co. Conservative
Ashton-under-Lyne Sir Albert Stanley Co. Conservative
Aylesbury Lionel Nathan de Rothschild Co. Conservative
Ayr Burghs Sir George Younger, Bt Co. Conservative
Ayrshire North and Bute Sir Aylmer Hunter-Weston Co. Conservative
Ayrshire South James Brown Labour

B[edit]

Balham and Tooting John Denison-Pender Co. Conservative
Banbury Sir Rhys Rhys-Williams, Bt Coalition Liberal
Banff Charles Barrie Coalition Liberal
Barkston Ash George Lane-Fox Co. Conservative
Barnard Castle John Edmund Swan Labour
Barnsley Sir Joseph Walton Coalition Liberal
Barnstaple Tudor Rees Liberal
Barrow-in-Furness Robert Burton-Chadwick Conservative
Basingstoke Auckland Geddes Co. Conservative
Bassetlaw Sir William Hume-Williams Co. Conservative
Bath Charles Talbot Foxcroft Co. Conservative
Batley and Morley Gerald Ashburner France Coalition Liberal
Battersea North Richard Morris Coalition Liberal
Battersea South Viscount Curzon Co. Conservative
Bedford F. G. Kellaway Coalition Liberal
Bedfordshire Mid Max Townley Co. Conservative
Bedwellty Charles Edwards Labour
Belfast Cromac William Arthur Lindsay Irish Unionist
Belfast Duncairn Sir Edward Carson Irish Unionist
Belfast Falls Joseph Devlin Irish Nationalist
Belfast Ormeau Thomas Moles Irish Unionist
Belfast Pottinger Herbert Dixon Irish Unionist
Belfast Shankill Samuel McGuffin Labour Unionist
Belfast St Anne's Thomas Henry Burn Labour Unionist
Belfast Victoria Thompson Donald Labour Unionist
Belfast Woodvale Robert Lynn Irish Unionist
Belper John Hancock Liberal
Bermondsey West Harold Glanville Liberal
Berwick-on-Tweed Sir Francis Blake, Bt Liberal
Berwick and Haddington John Deans Hope Coalition Liberal
Bethnal Green North-East Sir Edwin Cornwall, Bt Coalition Liberal
Bethnal Green South-West Sir Mathew Wilson, Bt Co. Conservative
Bewdley Stanley Baldwin Co. Conservative
Birkenhead East Alfred Bigland Co. Conservative
Birkenhead West Henry Grayson Co. Conservative
Birmingham Aston Evelyn Cecil Co. Conservative
Birmingham Deritend John William Dennis Co. Conservative
Birmingham Duddeston Eldred Hallas Coalition NDP
Birmingham Edgbaston Sir Francis Lowe, Bt Co. Conservative
Birmingham Erdington Sir Arthur Steel-Maitland, Bt Co. Conservative
Birmingham Handsworth Ernest Meysey-Thompson Co. Conservative
Birmingham King's Norton Sir Herbert Austin Co. Conservative
Birmingham Ladywood Neville Chamberlain Co. Conservative
Birmingham Moseley Sir Hallewell Rogers Co. Conservative
Birmingham Sparkbrook Leo Amery Co. Conservative
Birmingham West Sir Austen Chamberlain Co. Conservative
Birmingham Yardley Alfred Roger Jephcott Co. Conservative
Bishop Auckland Ben Spoor Labour
Blackburn
(Two members)
Sir Henry Norman, Bt Coalition Liberal
Percy Thompson Dean Co. Conservative
Blackpool Albert Lindsay Parkinson Co. Conservative
Blaydon Walter Waring Coalition Liberal
Bodmin Sir Charles Hanson, Bt Co. Conservative
Bolton
(Two members)
Robert Tootill Labour
William Edge Coalition Liberal
Bootle Sir Thomas Royden, Bt Co. Conservative
Bosworth Hon. Henry McLaren Coalition Liberal
Bothwell David Henderson Macdonald Co. Conservative
Bournemouth Sir Henry Page Croft National Party
Bow and Bromley Reginald Blair Co. Conservative
Bradford Central Henry Butler Ratcliffe Co. Conservative
Bradford East Charles Edgar Loseby Coalition NDP
Bradford North Archibald Boyd-Carpenter Co. Conservative
Bradford South Vernon Willey Co. Conservative
Brecon and Radnor Sidney Robinson Coalition Liberal
Brentford and Chiswick Walter Grant Peterson Morden Co. Conservative
Bridgwater Robert Sanders Co. Conservative
Brigg Charles Wesley Weldon McLean Co. Conservative
Brighton
(Two members)
George Tryon Co. Conservative
Charles Thomas-Stanford Co. Conservative
Bristol Central Thomas Inskip Co. Conservative
Bristol East George Bryant Britton Coalition Liberal
Bristol North Edwin Stanley Gange Coalition Liberal
Bristol South Sir Howell Davies Coalition Liberal
Bristol West George Gibbs Co. Conservative
Brixton Davison Dalziel Co. Conservative
Bromley Henry Forster Co. Conservative
Broxtowe George Alfred Spencer Labour
Buckingham George Bowyer Co. Conservative
Buckrose Algernon Moreing Coalition Liberal
Burnley Dan Irving National Socialist Party
Burslem Samuel Finney Labour
Burton John Gretton Co. Conservative
Bury Charles Ainsworth Conservative
Bury St Edmunds Hon. Walter Guinness Co. Conservative

C[edit]

Caerphilly Alfred Onions Labour
Caithness and Sutherland Sir Leicester Harmsworth Coalition Liberal
Camberwell North Henry Newton Knights Co. Conservative
Camberwell North-West Thomas James Macnamara Coalition Liberal
Camborne Francis Dyke Acland Liberal
Cambridge Sir Eric Geddes Co. Conservative
Cambridgeshire Hon. Edwin Samuel Montagu Coalition Liberal
Cambridge University Sir Joseph Larmor Co. Conservative
Cambridge University John Frederick Peel Rawlinson Co. Conservative
Cannock James Parker Coalition Labour
Canterbury Ronald McNeill Co. Conservative
Cardiff Central James Childs Gould Conservative
Cardiff East Sir William Henry Seager Liberal
Cardiff South Herbert Cory Conservative
Cardiganshire Matthew Vaughan-Davies Coalition Liberal
Carlisle William Theodore Carr Coalition Liberal
Carlow James Lennon Sinn Féin
Carmarthen John Hinds Coalition Liberal
Carnarvon Boroughs David Lloyd George Coalition Liberal
Carnarvonshire Charles Edward Breese Coalition Liberal
Cavan East Arthur Griffith Sinn Féin
Cavan West Paul Galligan Sinn Féin
Chatham John Moore-Brabazon Conservative
Chelmsford Ernest George Pretyman Co. Conservative
Chelsea Sir Samuel Hoare, Bt Co. Conservative
Cheltenham Sir James Agg-Gardner Co. Conservative
Chertsey Donald Macmaster Co. Conservative
Chester Sir Owen Philipps Co. Conservative
Chesterfield Barnet Kenyon Liberal
Chester-le-Street John Wilkinson Taylor Labour
Chichester Lord Edmund Talbot Co. Conservative
Chippenham George Terrell Co. Conservative
Chislehurst Alfred Waldron Smithers Co. Conservative
Chorley Douglas Hacking Co. Conservative
Cirencester and Tewkesbury Thomas Davies Co. Conservative
City of London
(Two members)
Sir Frederick Banbury, Bt Co. Conservative
Arthur Balfour Co. Conservative
Clapham Sir Arthur du Cros, Bt Co. Conservative
Clare East Éamon de Valera Sinn Féin
Clare West Brian O'Higgins Sinn Féin
Clay Cross Thomas Tucker Broad Coalition Liberal
Cleveland Sir Park Goff Co. Conservative
Clitheroe Alfred Davies Labour
Coatbridge Arthur Louis Hamilton Buchanan Co. Conservative
Colchester Sir Laming Worthington-Evans, Bt Co. Conservative
Colne Valley Frederick Mallalieu Coalition Liberal
Combined English Universities
(Two members)
Sir Martin Conway Co. Conservative
Herbert Fisher Coalition Liberal
Combined Scottish Universities
(Three members)
Sir William Cheyne, Bt Co. Conservative
Dugald Cowan Coalition Liberal
Sir Henry Craik Co. Conservative
Consett Aneurin Williams Liberal
Cork City
(Two members)
Liam de Róiste Sinn Féin
James J. Walsh Sinn Féin
County Cork East David Kent Sinn Féin
County Cork Mid Terence MacSwiney Sinn Féin
County Cork North Patrick O'Keeffe Sinn Féin
County Cork North East Thomas Hunter Sinn Féin
County Cork South Michael Collins Sinn Féin
County Cork South East Diarmuid Lynch Sinn Féin
County Cork West Seán Hayes Sinn Féin
Cornwall North Sir George Croydon Marks Liberal
Coventry Edward Manville Co. Conservative
Crewe Joseph Davies Coalition Liberal
Croydon North George Borwick Co. Conservative
Croydon South Ian Malcolm Co. Conservative
Cumberland North Christopher Lowther Co. Conservative

D[edit]

Darlington Herbert Pease Co. Conservative
Dartford James Rowlands Coalition Liberal
Darwen Sir John Rutherford, Bt Co. Conservative
Daventry Hon. Edward FitzRoy Co. Conservative
Denbigh Sir David Sanders Davies Coalition Liberal
Deptford C. W. Bowerman Labour
Derby
(Two members)
James Henry Thomas Labour
Albert Green Conservative
Derbyshire North East Stanley Holmes Liberal
Derbyshire South Henry Holman Gregory Coalition Liberal
Derbyshire West Charles Frederick White Liberal
Devizes William Cory Heward Bell Co. Conservative
Dewsbury Emil William Pickering Co. Conservative
Doncaster Reginald Nicholson Coalition Liberal
Don Valley James Walton Coalition NDP
Donegal East Edward Kelly Irish Nationalist
Donegal North Joseph O'Doherty Sinn Féin
Donegal North Peter J. Ward Sinn Féin
Donegal North Joseph Sweeney Sinn Féin
Down East David Reid Irish Unionist
Down Mid Sir James Craig, Bt Irish Unionist
Down North Thomas Watters Brown Irish Unionist
Down South Jeremiah McVeagh Irish Nationalist
Down West Daniel Martin Wilson Irish Unionist
Dorset East Hon. Frederick Edward Guest Coalition Liberal
Dorset North Philip Colfox Co. Conservative
Dorset South Angus Hambro Co. Conservative
Dorset West Sir Robert Williams, Bt Co. Conservative
Dover Viscount Duncannon Co. Conservative
Dublin Clontarf Richard Mulcahy Sinn Féin
Dublin College Green Seán T. O'Kelly Sinn Féin
Dublin County North Frank Lawless Sinn Féin
Dublin County South George Gavan Duffy Sinn Féin
Dublin Harbour Philip Shanahan Sinn Féin
Dublin Pembroke Desmond FitzGerald Sinn Féin
Dublin Rathmines Sir Maurice Dockrell Irish Unionist
Dublin St James's Joseph McGrath Sinn Féin
Dublin St Michan's Michael Staines Sinn Féin
Dublin St Patrick's Constance Markievicz Sinn Féin
Dublin St Stephen's Green Thomas Kelly Sinn Féin
Dublin University Arthur Warren Samuels Irish Unionist
Dublin University Sir Robert Henry Woods Ind. Unionist
Dudley Sir Arthur Griffith-Boscawen Co. Conservative
Dulwich Sir Frederick Hall Co. Conservative
Dumbarton Burghs John Taylor Coalition Liberal
Dumfriesshire William Murray Co. Conservative
Dunbartonshire William Raeburn Co. Conservative
Dundee
(Two members)
Winston Churchill Coalition Liberal
Alexander Wilkie Labour
Dunfermline Burghs John Wallace Coalition Liberal
Durham John Waller Hills Co. Conservative

E[edit]

Ealing Sir Herbert Nield Co. Conservative
Eastbourne Rupert Gwynne Co. Conservative
East Grinstead Henry Cautley Co. Conservative
East Ham North Sir John Bethell, Bt Coalition Liberal
East Ham South Allen Clement Edwards Coalition NDP
Ebbw Vale Thomas Richards Labour
Eccles Marshall Stevens Co. Conservative
Eddisbury Harry Barnston Co. Conservative
Edinburgh Central William Graham Labour
Edinburgh East James Myles Hogge Liberal
Edinburgh North James Avon Clyde Co. Conservative
Edinburgh South Charles David Murray Co. Conservative
Edinburgh West John Gordon Jameson Co. Conservative
Edmonton Sir Alfred Warren Co. Conservative
Elland George Taylor Ramsden Co. Conservative
Enfield Henry Ferryman Bowles Co. Conservative
Epping Richard Beale Colvin Co. Conservative
Epsom George Blades Co. Conservative
Essex South East Frank Hilder Co. Conservative
Evesham Bolton Eyres-Monsell Co. Conservative
Exeter Sir Robert Newman, Bt Co. Conservative
Eye Alexander Lyle-Samuel Coalition Liberal

F[edit]

Fareham John Humphrey Davidson Co. Conservative
Farnham Arthur Samuel Co. Conservative
Farnworth Edward Albert Ashton Bagley Conservative
Faversham Granville Charles Hastings Wheler Co. Conservative
Fermanagh North Edward Archdale Irish Unionist
Fermanagh South Seán O'Mahony Sinn Féin
Fife East Sir Alexander Sprot, Bt Conservative
Fife West William Adamson Labour
Finchley John Pretyman Newman Co. Conservative
Finsbury Martin Archer-Shee Co. Conservative
Flintshire Thomas Henry Parry Coalition Liberal
Forest of Dean James Wignall Labour
Forfarshire William Thomas Shaw Conservative
Frome Percy Angier Hurd Co. Conservative
Fulham East Sir Henry Norris Co. Conservative
Fulham West Sir Cyril Cobb Co. Conservative
Fylde Wilfrid Ashley Co. Conservative

G[edit]

Gainsborough John Elsdale Molson Co. Conservative
Galloway Gilbert McMicking Coalition Liberal
Galway Connemara Pádraic Ó Máille Sinn Féin
Galway East Liam Mellows Sinn Féin
Galway North Bryan Cusack Sinn Féin
Galway South Frank Fahy Sinn Féin
Gateshead Herbert Conyers Surtees Co. Conservative
Gillingham Gerald Hohler Co. Conservative
Glasgow Bridgeton Alexander MacCallum Scott Coalition Liberal
Glasgow Camlachie Halford Mackinder Co. Conservative
Glasgow Cathcart John Pratt Coalition Liberal
Glasgow Central Andrew Bonar Law Co. Conservative
Glasgow Gorbals George Nicoll Barnes Coalition Labour
Glasgow Govan Neil Maclean Labour
Glasgow Hillhead Sir Robert Horne Co. Conservative
Glasgow Kelvingrove John Mackintosh MacLeod Co. Conservative
Glasgow Maryhill Sir William Mitchell-Thomson, Bt Co. Conservative
Glasgow Partick Sir Robert Balfour, Bt Coalition Liberal
Glasgow Pollok John Gilmour Co. Conservative
Glasgow St. Rollox Hon. Gideon Oliphant-Murray Co. Conservative
Glasgow Shettleston Thomas Benjamin Stratton Adair Co. Conservative
Glasgow Springburn Frederick Alexander Macquisten Co. Conservative
Glasgow Tradeston Vivian Leonard Henderson Co. Conservative
Gloucester Sir James Bruton Co. Conservative
Gower John Williams Labour
Grantham Edmund Royds Co. Conservative
Gravesend Alexander Richardson Co. Conservative
Great Yarmouth Sir Arthur Fell Co. Conservative
Greenock Godfrey Collins Liberal
Greenwich Ion Hamilton Benn Co. Conservative
Grimsby Thomas George Tickler Co. Conservative
Guildford Edgar Horne Co. Conservative

H[edit]

Hackney Central William Woolcock Coalition Liberal
Hackney North Walter Raymond Greene Co. Conservative
Hackney South Horatio Bottomley Independent
Halifax John Henry Whitley Coalition Liberal
Hamilton Duncan Macgregor Graham Labour
Hammersmith North Henry Foreman Co. Conservative
Hammersmith South William Bull Co. Conservative
Hampstead George Balfour Co. Conservative
Hanley James Andrew Seddon Coalition NDP
Harborough Sir Keith Fraser, Bt Co. Conservative
Harrow Oswald Mosley Co. Conservative
The Hartlepools William Gritten Conservative
Harwich Harry Newton Co. Conservative
Hastings Laurance Lyon Co. Conservative
Hemel Hempstead Gustavus Talbot Co. Conservative
Hemsworth John Guest Labour
Hendon Philip Lloyd-Greame Co. Conservative
Henley Reginald Terrell Co. Conservative
Hereford Charles Thornton Pulley Co. Conservative
Hertford Noel Pemberton Billing Silver Badge
Hexham Clifton Brown Co. Conservative
Heywood and Radcliffe Albert Illingworth Coalition Liberal
High Peak Samuel Hill-Wood Co. Conservative
Hitchin Lord Robert Cecil Co. Conservative
Holborn Sir James Remnant, Bt Co. Conservative
Holderness Arthur Stanley Wilson Co. Conservative
Holland-with-Boston William Stapleton Royce Labour
Honiton Clive Morrison-Bell Co. Conservative
Horncastle William Weigall Co. Conservative
Hornsey William Kennedy Jones Co. Conservative
Horsham and Worthing The Earl Winterton Co. Conservative
Houghton-le-Spring Robert Richardson Labour
Howdenshire Stanley Jackson Co. Conservative
Huddersfield Charles Sykes Coalition Liberal
Hull Central Sir Mark Sykes, Bt Co. Conservative
Hull East Charles Kenneth Murchison Co. Conservative
Hull North West Lambert Ward Conservative
Hull South West Cyril Entwistle Liberal
Huntingdonshire Oliver Locker-Lampson Co. Conservative
Hythe Sir Philip Sassoon, Bt Co. Conservative

I[edit]

Ilford Sir William Griggs Co. Conservative
Ilkeston J. E. B. Seely Coalition Liberal
Ince Stephen Walsh Labour
Inverness Thomas Brash Morison Coalition Liberal
Ipswich Francis Ganzoni Co. Conservative
Isle of Ely Colin Reith Coote Coalition Liberal
Isle of Thanet Norman Carlyle Craig Co. Conservative
Isle of Wight Douglas Bernard Hall Co. Conservative
Islington East Alfred Raper Co. Conservative
Islington North Sir Newton Moore Co. Conservative
Islington South Sir Charles Higham Co. Conservative
Islington West Sir George Samuel Elliott Co. Conservative

J[edit]

Jarrow Godfrey Mark Palmer Coalition Liberal

K[edit]

Keighley Robert Clough Co. Conservative
Kennington Henry George Purchase Coalition Liberal
Kensington North Alan Hughes Burgoyne Co. Conservative
Kensington South Sir William Davison Co. Conservative
Kerry East Piaras Béaslaí Sinn Féin
Kerry North James Crowley Sinn Féin
Kerry South Fionán Lynch Sinn Féin
Kerry West Austin Stack Sinn Féin
Kettering Alfred Waterson Co-operative -> Labour
Kidderminster Eric Ayshford Knight Co. Conservative
Kildare North Domhnall Ua Buachalla Sinn Féin
Kildare South Art O'Connor Sinn Féin
Kilkenny North W. T. Cosgrave Sinn Féin
Kilkenny South James O'Mara Sinn Féin
Kilmarnock Hon. Alexander Shaw Coalition Liberal
King's County Patrick McCartan Sinn Féin
King's Lynn Neville Jodrell Co. Conservative
Kingston-upon-Thames John Gordon Drummond Campbell Co. Conservative
Kingswinford Charles Henry Sitch Labour
Kinross & West Perthshire James Gardiner Liberal
Kirkcaldy Burghs Sir James Dalziel Coalition Liberal
Knutsford Sir Alan Sykes, Bt Co. Conservative

L[edit]

Lambeth North Frank Briant Liberal
Lanark Walter Elliot Co. Conservative
Lanarkshire North Robert McLaren Co. Conservative
Lancaster Sir Archibald Hunter Co. Conservative
Leeds Central Robert Armitage Coalition Liberal
Leeds North Alexander Charles Farquharson Coalition Liberal
Leeds North East Sir John Dearman Birchall Co. Conservative
Leeds South William Middlebrook Coalition Liberal
Leeds South East James O'Grady Labour
Leeds West John Murray Coalition Liberal
Leek William Bromfield Labour
Leicester East Sir Gordon Hewart Coalition Liberal
Leicester South Thomas Andrew Blane Co. Conservative
Leicester West Joseph Frederick Green Coalition NDP
Leigh Peter Wilson Raffan Liberal
Leith William Wedgwood Benn Liberal
Leitrim James Dolan Sinn Féin
Leominster Charles Lionel Atkins Ward-Jackson Co. Conservative
Lewes William Campion Co. Conservative
Lewisham East Sir Assheton Pownall Co. Conservative
Lewisham West Sir Edward Feetham Coates Co. Conservative
Leyton East Cecil L'Estrange Malone Coalition Liberal
Leyton West Harry Wrightson Co. Conservative
Lichfield Sir Courtenay Warner, Bt Coalition Liberal
Limerick City Michael Collivet Sinn Féin
Limerick East Richard Hayes Sinn Féin
Limerick West Con Collins Sinn Féin
Lincoln Alfred Thomas Davies Co. Conservative
Linlithgow James Kidd Co. Conservative
Liverpool East Toxteth James Stuart Rankin Co. Conservative
Liverpool Edge Hill William Rutherford Co. Conservative
Liverpool Everton John Harmood-Banner Co. Conservative
Liverpool Exchange Leslie Scott Co. Conservative
Liverpool Fairfield Jack Cohen Conservative
Liverpool Kirkdale Sir John de Fonblanque Pennefather Co. Conservative
Liverpool Scotland T. P. O'Connor Irish Nationalist
Liverpool Walton Harry Warden Stanley Chilcott Co. Conservative
Liverpool Wavertree Nathan Raw Co. Conservative
Liverpool West Derby Sir F. E. Smith Co. Conservative
Liverpool West Toxteth Robert Paterson Houston Co. Conservative
Llandaff and Barry William Cope Co. Conservative
Llanelli Josiah Towyn Jones Coalition Liberal
London University Sir Philip Magnus, Bt Co. Conservative
Londonderry City Eoin MacNeill Sinn Féin
Londonderry North Hugh Alfred Anderson Irish Unionist
Londonderry South Denis Henry Irish Unionist
Longford Joseph McGuinness Sinn Féin
Lonsdale Claude Lowther Co. Conservative
Loughborough Hon. Oscar Guest Coalition Liberal
Louth John J. O'Kelly Sinn Féin
Louth (Lincolnshire) Henry Langton Brackenbury Co. Conservative
Lowestoft Sir Edward Beauchamp, Bt Coalition Liberal
Ludlow Sir Beville Stanier, Bt Co. Conservative
Luton Cecil Harmsworth Coalition Liberal

M[edit]

Macclesfield John Remer Co. Conservative
Maidstone Carlyon Bellairs Co. Conservative
Maldon Sir James Fortescue Flannery, Bt Co. Conservative
Manchester Ardwick Augustine Hailwood Co. Conservative
Manchester Blackley Harold Briggs Conservative
Manchester Clayton Edward Hopkinson Conservative
Manchester Exchange Sir John Scurrah Randles Co. Conservative
Manchester Gorton John Hodge Coalition Labour
Manchester Hulme Joseph Nall Conservative
Manchester Moss Side Gerald Berkeley Hurst Conservative
Manchester Platting J. R. Clynes Labour
Manchester Rusholme Robert Burdon Stoker Co. Conservative
Manchester Withington Rei Alfred Deakin Carter Conservative
Mansfield William Carter Labour
Mayo East Éamon de Valera Sinn Féin
Mayo North John Crowley Sinn Féin
Mayo South William Sears Sinn Féin
Mayo West Joseph MacBride Sinn Féin
Meath North Liam Mellows Sinn Féin
Meath South Eamonn Duggan Sinn Féin
Melton Charles Yate Co. Conservative
Merionethshire Sir Henry Haydn Jones Liberal
Merthyr Sir Edgar Rees Jones Coalition Liberal
Middlesbrough East Penry Williams Liberal
Middlesbrough West Trevelyan Thomson Liberal
Middleton and Prestwich Sir Ryland Adkins Coalition Liberal
Midlothian North Sir John Augustus Hope, Bt Co. Conservative
Midlothian South and Peebles Sir Donald Maclean Liberal
Mitcham Thomas Cato Worsfold Co. Conservative
Monaghan North Ernest Blythe Sinn Féin
Monaghan South Seán MacEntee Sinn Féin
Monmouth Leolin Forestier-Walker Conservative
Montgomeryshire David Davies Liberal
Montrose Burghs John Leng Sturrock Coalition Liberal
Moray & Nairn Sir Archibald Williamson, Bt Coalition Liberal
Morpeth John Cairns Labour
Mossley Austin Hopkinson Coalition Liberal
Motherwell Robert Frederick William Robertson Nelson Co. Conservative

N[edit]

National University of Ireland Eoin MacNeill Sinn Féin
Neath Hugh Edwards Coalition Liberal
Nelson and Colne Albert Smith Labour
Newark John Ralph Starkey Co. Conservative
Newbury William Mount Co. Conservative
Newcastle-under-Lyme Josiah Wedgwood Liberal -> Labour
Newcastle-upon-Tyne Central George Renwick Co. Conservative
Newcastle-upon-Tyne East Harry Barnes Coalition Liberal
Newcastle-upon-Tyne North Nicholas Grattan-Doyle Co. Conservative
Newcastle-upon-Tyne West Edward Shortt Coalition Liberal
New Forest and Christchurch Walter Frank Perkins Co. Conservative
Newport Lewis Haslam Coalition Liberal
Newton Robert Young Labour
Norfolk East Michael Falcon Co. Conservative
Norfolk North Douglas King Coalition Independent
Norfolk South Hon. William Cozens-Hardy Liberal
Norfolk South West Sir Richard Winfrey Coalition Liberal
Normanton Frederick Hall Labour
Northampton Charles McCurdy Coalition Liberal
Northwich Harry Dewhurst Co. Conservative
Norwich
(Two members)
Hilton Young Liberal
George Henry Roberts Coalition Labour
Norwood Sir Harry Simon Samuel Co. Conservative
Nottingham Central Albert Atkey Co. Conservative
Nottingham East Sir John David Rees Co. Conservative
Nottingham South Lord Henry Cavendish-Bentinck Co. Conservative
Nottingham West Arthur Hayday Labour
Nuneaton Henry Maddocks Co. Conservative

O[edit]

Ogmore Vernon Hartshorn Labour
Oldham
(Two members)
Sir Andrew William Barton Coalition Liberal
Edmund Denniss Co. Conservative
Orkney and Shetland Cathcart Wason Coalition Liberal
Ormskirk James Bell Labour
Oswestry William Bridgeman Co. Conservative
Oxford John Marriott Co. Conservative
Oxford University Lord Hugh Cecil Co. Conservative
Oxford University Rowland Prothero Co. Conservative

P[edit]

Paddington North William George Perring Co. Conservative
Paddington South Sir Henry Percy Harris Co. Conservative
Paisley Sir John Mills McCallum Liberal
Peckham Sir Albion Richardson Coalition Liberal
Pembrokeshire Sir Evan Davies Jones, Bt Coalition Liberal
Penistone Sydney Arnold Liberal
Penrith and Cockermouth James Lowther Co. Conservative
Penryn and Falmouth Sir Edward Nicholl Co. Conservative
Perth William Young Coalition Liberal
Peterborough Henry Brassey Co. Conservative
Petersfield William Graham Nicholson Co. Conservative
Plymouth Devonport Clement Kinloch-Cooke Co. Conservative
Plymouth Drake Sir Arthur Shirley Benn Co. Conservative
Plymouth Sutton Hon. Waldorf Astor Co. Conservative
Pontefract Sir Joseph Compton-Rickett Coalition Liberal
Pontypool Thomas Griffiths Labour
Pontypridd Thomas Arthur Lewis Coalition Liberal
Poplar South Sir Alfred William Yeo Coalition Liberal
Portsmouth Central Sir Thomas Arthur Bramsdon Liberal
Portsmouth North Sir Bertram Falle, Bt Co. Conservative
Portsmouth South Herbert Cayzer Co. Conservative
Preston
(Two members)
Hon. George Frederick Stanley Co. Conservative
Thomas Shaw Labour
Pudsey and Otley Arthur Rhys Barrand Coalition Liberal
Putney Samuel Samuel Co. Conservative

Q[edit]

Queen's County Kevin O'Higgins Sinn Féin
Queen's University of Belfast Sir William Whitla Irish Unionist

R[edit]

Reading Leslie Orme Wilson Co. Conservative
Reigate George Kynaston Cockerill Co. Conservative
Renfrewshire East Joseph Johnstone Coalition Liberal
Renfrewshire West James William Greig Coalition Liberal
Rhondda East David Watts-Morgan Labour
Rhondda West William Abraham Labour
Richmond (Yorkshire) Murrough John Wilson Co. Conservative
Richmond upon Thames) Clifford Blackburn Edgar Co. Conservative
Ripon Hon. E. F. L. Wood Co. Conservative
Rochdale Alfred Law Co. Conservative
Romford Albert Edward Martin Coalition Liberal
Roscommon North The Count Plunkett Sinn Féin
Roscommon South Harry Boland Sinn Féin
Ross and Cromarty Ian Macpherson Coalition Liberal
Rossendale Robert Waddington Co. Conservative
Rotherham Frederic Arthur Kelley Conservative
Rotherhithe John Lort-Williams Co. Conservative
Rother Valley Thomas Walter Grundy Labour
Rothwell William Lunn Labour
Roxburgh and Selkirk Robert Munro Coalition Liberal
Royton Wilfrid Sugden Co. Conservative
Rugby John Baird Co. Conservative
Rushcliffe Henry Betterton Co. Conservative
Rutland and Stamford Hon. Claud Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby Co. Conservative
Rutherglen Adam Keir Rodger Coalition Liberal
Rye George Courthope Co. Conservative

S[edit]

Saffron Walden Cecil Beck Liberal
St Albans Sir Hildred Carlile, Bt Co. Conservative
St Helens James Sexton Labour
St Ives Sir Clifford Cory, Bt Coalition Liberal
St Marylebone Sir Samuel Scott, Bt Co. Conservative
St Pancras North John William Lorden Co. Conservative
St Pancras South East John Wells Wainwright Hopkins Conservative
St Pancras South West Richard Whieldon Barnett Co. Conservative
Salford North Ben Tillett Labour
Salford South Sir Anderson Montague-Barlow Co. Conservative
Salford West Frederick Wolfe Astbury Conservative
Salisbury Hugh Morrison Co. Conservative
Scarborough and Whitby Gervase Beckett Co. Conservative
Seaham Evan Hayward Liberal
Sedgefield Rowland Burdon Co. Conservative
Sevenoaks Thomas Jewell Bennett Co. Conservative
Sheffield Attercliffe Thomas Worrall Casey Coalition Liberal
Sheffield Brightside Sir John Tudor Walters Coalition Liberal
Sheffield Central James Hope Co. Conservative
Sheffield Ecclesall Samuel Roberts Co. Conservative
Sheffield Hallam Douglas Vickers Co. Conservative
Sheffield Hillsborough Arthur Neal Coalition Liberal
Sheffield Park Henry Kenyon Stephenson Coalition Liberal
Shipley Henry Norman Rae Coalition Liberal
Shoreditch Christopher Addison Coalition Liberal
Shrewsbury George Butler Lloyd Co. Conservative
Skipton Richard Foulis Roundell Co. Conservative
Sligo North J. J. Clancy Sinn Féin
Sligo South Alexander McCabe Sinn Féin
Smethwick John Davison Labour
Southampton
(Two members)
Sir Ivor Philipps Coalition Liberal
William Dudley Ward Coalition Liberal
Southend-on-Sea Hon. Rupert Guinness Co. Conservative
Southport Godfrey Dalrymple-White Co. Conservative
South Molton George Lambert Liberal
South Shields Joseph Havelock Wilson Coalition Liberal
Southwark Central James Daniel Gilbert Coalition Liberal
Southwark North Edward Anthony Strauss Coalition Liberal
Southwark South East James Arthur Dawes Coalition Liberal
Sowerby Robert Hewitt Barker NADSS
Spelthorne Philip Pilditch Co. Conservative
Spennymoor Samuel Galbraith Liberal
Spen Valley Sir Thomas Palmer Whittaker Coalition Liberal
Stafford Hon. William Ormsby-Gore Co. Conservative
Stalybridge and Hyde Sir John Wood, Bt Conservative
Stepney Limehouse Sir William Pearce Coalition Liberal
Stepney Mile End Sir Walter Preston Co. Conservative
Stirling and Falkirk Burghs John Macdonald Liberal
Stirlingshire East and Clackmannan Ralph Glyn Co. Conservative
Stirlingshire West Harry Hope Co. Conservative
Stockport
(Two members)
George James Wardle Coalition Labour
Spencer Leigh Hughes Coalition Liberal
Stockton on Tees John Bertrand Watson Coalition Liberal
Stoke Newington George Jones Co. Conservative
Stoke-on-Trent John Ward Coalition Liberal
Stone Sir Smith Child, Bt Co. Conservative
Stourbridge John William Wilson Liberal
Streatham William Lane-Mitchell Co. Conservative
Stretford Thomas Robinson Coalition Liberal
Stroud Sir Robert Ashton Lister Coalition Liberal
Sudbury Stephen Goodwin Howard Liberal
Sunderland
(Two members)
Sir Hamar Greenwood, Bt Coalition Liberal
Ralph Milbanke Hudson Conservative
Surrey East Sir Stuart Coats, Bt Co. Conservative
Swansea East Thomas Jeremiah Williams Coalition Liberal
Swansea West Sir Alfred Mond, Bt Coalition Liberal
Swindon Sir Frederick William Young Co. Conservative

T[edit]

Tamworth Henry Wilson-Fox Co. Conservative
Taunton Dennis Boles Co. Conservative
Tavistock Charles Williams Co. Conservative
Thirsk and Malton Edmund Russborough Turton Co. Conservative
Thornbury Athelstan Rendall Coalition Liberal
Tipperary East Pierce McCan Sinn Féin
Tipperary Mid Séamus Burke Sinn Féin
Tipperary North Joseph MacDonagh Sinn Féin
Tipperary South P. J. Moloney Sinn Féin
Tiverton Charles Carew Co. Conservative
Tonbridge Herbert Spender-Clay Co. Conservative
Torquay Charles Rosdew Burn Co. Conservative
Totnes Francis Bingham Mildmay Co. Conservative
Tottenham North William Prescott Co. Conservative
Tottenham South Patrick Bernard Malone Conservative
Twickenham William Joynson-Hicks Co. Conservative
Tynemouth Charles Percy Co. Conservative
Tyrone North-East Thomas Harbison Irish Nationalist
Tyrone North-West Arthur Griffith Sinn Féin
Tyrone South William Coote Irish Unionist

U[edit]

University of Wales John Herbert Lewis Coalition Liberal
Uxbridge Hon. Sidney Peel Co. Conservative

W[edit]

Wakefield Sir Edward Brotherton, Bt Co. Conservative
Wallasey Bouverie McDonald Co. Conservative
Wallsend Matthew Simm Coalition NDP
Walsall Sir Richard Cooper, Bt National Party
Walthamstow East Sir Stanley Johnson Co. Conservative
Walthamstow West Charles Jesson Coalition NDP
Wandsworth Central Sir John Norton-Griffiths Conservative
Wansbeck Robert Mason Coalition Liberal
Warrington Harold Smith Co. Conservative
Warwick and Leamington Ernest Pollock Co. Conservative
County Waterford Cathal Brugha Sinn Féin
Waterford City William Redmond Irish Nationalist
Waterloo Albert Buckley Co. Conservative
Watford Dennis Herbert Co. Conservative
Wednesbury Alfred Short Labour
Wellingborough Walter Robert Smith Labour
Wells Harry Greer Co. Conservative
Wentworth George Henry Hirst Labour
West Bromwich Frederick Roberts Labour
Westbury George Llewellen Palmer Co. Conservative
Western Isles Donald Murray Liberal
West Ham Plaistow Will Thorne National Socialist Party
West Ham Silvertown Jack Jones National Socialist Party
West Ham Stratford Leonard Lyle Co. Conservative
West Ham Upton Sir Ernest Wild Co. Conservative
Westhoughton William Tyson Wilson Labour
Westmeath Laurence Ginnell Sinn Féin
Westminster Abbey William Burdett-Coutts Co. Conservative
Westminster St George's Walter Long Co. Conservative
Westmorland John Wakefield Weston Co. Conservative
Weston-super-Mare Sir Gilbert Wills, Bt Co. Conservative
Wexford North Roger Sweetman Sinn Féin
Wexford South James Ryan Sinn Féin
Whitechapel and St George's James Kiley Liberal
Whitehaven James Augustus Grant Co. Conservative
Wicklow East Seán Etchingham Sinn Féin
Wicklow West Robert Barton Sinn Féin
Widnes William Walker Co. Conservative
Wigan John Parkinson Labour
Willesden East Harry Mallaby-Deeley Co. Conservative
Willesden West Charles Pinkham Co. Conservative
Wimbledon Joseph Hood Co. Conservative
Winchester George Hennessy Co. Conservative
Windsor Ernest Gardner Co. Conservative
Wirral Gershom Stewart Co. Conservative
Wolverhampton Bilston Thomas Edgecumbe Hickman Co. Conservative
Wolverhampton East George Rennie Thorne Liberal
Wolverhampton West Alfred Bird Co. Conservative
Woodbridge Robert Francis Peel Co. Conservative
Wood Green Godfrey Locker-Lampson Co. Conservative
Woolwich East Will Crooks Labour
Woolwich West Sir Kingsley Wood Co. Conservative
Worcester Sir Edward Goulding Co. Conservative
Workington Thomas Cape Labour
The Wrekin Sir Charles Henry, Bt Coalition Liberal
Wrexham Sir Robert Thomas, Bt Coalition Liberal
Wycombe William Baring du Pré Co. Conservative

Y[edit]

Yeovil Hon. Aubrey Herbert Co. Conservative
York Sir John Butcher Co. Conservative

By-elections[edit]

See the list of United Kingdom by-elections.

Seats vacant on dissolution[edit]

Eight seats were vacant when Parliament was dissolved preparatory to the 1922 General Election:

These 3 seats, formed part of the Southern Ireland state, envisaged by the Government of Ireland Act 1920, and were to be part of the forthcoming Irish Free State, as envisaged by the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921, and thus were not part of the House of Commons 1922 election.

Changes[edit]

1921[edit]

References[edit]

  • Parliamentary Election Results in Ireland, 1801-1922, edited by B.M. Walker (Royal Irish Academy 1978)
  • British Parliamentary Election Results 1918-1949, compiled and edited by F.W.S. Craig (Macmillan 1977)
  • Who's Who of British Members of Parliament: Volume III 1919-1945, edited by M. Stenton and S. Lees (The Harvester Press 1979)
  1. ^ John Maynard Keynes, C.B., "The Economic Consequences of the Peace", Macmillan, 1919, p. 133.
  2. ^ Philip Williamson, Edward Baldwin, "Baldwin papers: A conservative statesman 1908-1947", Cambridge University Press, 2004, p. 40.