List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, January 1910

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This is a list of Members of Parliament (MPs) elected to the 29th Parliament of the United Kingdom at the January 1910 general election, held over several days from 15 January to 10 February 1910.

Notable newcomers to the House of Commons included E. F. L. Wood (better known as Lord Halifax), Christopher Addison, Edward Shortt, Frederick Guest, Hastings Lees-Smith, Robert Munro, Sir John Gilmour and Sir Samuel Hoare.


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 X Y Z By-elections Changes

A[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Aberdeen North Duncan Vernon Pirie Liberal
Aberdeen South George Birnie Esslemont Liberal
Aberdeenshire East Henry Cowan Liberal
Aberdeenshire West John McDonald Henderson Liberal
Abingdon Harold Henderson Conservative
Accrington Harold Baker Liberal
Altrincham Sir William Crossley, Bt Liberal
Andover Walter Vavasour Faber Conservative
Anglesey Ellis Ellis-Griffith Liberal
Antrim East James Martin McCalmont Irish Unionist
Antrim Mid Hon. Arthur O'Neill Irish Unionist
Antrim North Peter Kerr-Smiley Irish Unionist
Antrim South Charles Curtis Craig Irish Unionist
Appleby Lancelot Sanderson Conservative
Arfon William Jones Liberal
Argyllshire John Ainsworth Liberal
Armagh Mid John Lonsdale Irish Unionist
Armagh North William Moore Irish Unionist
Armagh South Charles O'Neill Irish Parliamentary Party
Ashburton Charles Roden Buxton Liberal
Ashford Laurence Hardy Conservative
Ashton-under-Lyne Alfred Henry Scott Liberal
Aston Manor Sir Evelyn Cecil Conservative
Aylesbury Lionel Nathan de Rothschild Conservative
Ayr District of Burghs Sir George Younger Conservative
Ayrshire North Andrew Macbeth Anderson Liberal
Ayrshire South William Beale Liberal

B[edit]

Banbury Robert Brassey Conservative
Banffshire Walter Waring Liberal
Barkston Ash George Lane-Fox Conservative
Barnard Castle Arthur Henderson Labour
Barnsley Joseph Walton Liberal
Barnstaple Ernest Soares Liberal
Barrow-in-Furness Charles Duncan Labour
Basingstoke Arthur Salter Conservative
Bassetlaw Sir William Hume-Williams Conservative
Bath
(Two members)
Lord Alexander Thynne Conservative
Sir Charles Hunter, Bt Conservative
Battersea John Burns Liberal
Bedford Walter Attenborough Conservative
Belfast East Gustav Wilhelm Wolff Irish Unionist
Belfast North Robert Thompson Irish Unionist
Belfast South James Chambers Irish Unionist
Belfast West Joseph Devlin Irish Parliamentary Party
Bermondsey Harold Glanville Liberal
Berwick-upon-Tweed Sir Edward Grey, Bt Liberal
Berwickshire Harold Tennant Liberal
Bethnal Green North East Edwin Cornwall Liberal
Bethnal Green South West Edward Pickersgill Liberal
Bewdley Stanley Baldwin Conservative
Biggleswade Arthur Black Liberal
Birkenhead Henry Harvey Vivian Liberal
Birmingham Bordesley Jesse Collings Liberal Unionist
Birmingham Central Sir Ebenezer Parkes Liberal Unionist
Birmingham East Arthur Steel-Maitland Liberal Unionist
Birmingham Edgbaston Francis Lowe Conservative
Birmingham North John Middlemore Liberal Unionist
Birmingham South Viscount Morpeth Liberal Unionist
Birmingham West Joseph Chamberlain Liberal Unionist
Birr Michael Reddy Irish Parliamentary Party
Bishop Auckland Sir Henry Havelock-Allan, Bt Liberal
Blackburn
(Two members)
Philip Snowden Labour
Sir Thomas Barclay Liberal
Blackpool Wilfrid Ashley Conservative
Bodmin Cecil Grenfell Liberal
Bolton
(Two members)
George Harwood Liberal
Alfred Gill Labour
Bootle Thomas Sandys Conservative
Boston Charles Harvey Dixon Conservative
Bosworth Sir Charles McLaren, Bt Liberal
Bow and Bromley Alfred du Cros Conservative
Bradford Central Sir George Scott Robertson Liberal
Bradford East Sir William Priestley Liberal
Bradford West Fred Jowett Labour
Brecknockshire Sidney Robinson Liberal
Brentford Lord Alwyne Compton Conservative
Bridgwater Robert Sanders Conservative
Brigg Sir (William) Albert Gelder Liberal
Brighton
(Two members)
George Tryon Conservative
Hon. Walter Rice Conservative
Bristol East Charles Hobhouse Liberal
Bristol North Augustine Birrell Liberal
Bristol South Sir Howell Davies Liberal
Bristol West George Gibbs Conservative
Brixton Davison Dalziel Conservative
Buckingham Frederick William Verney Liberal
Buckrose Sir Luke White Liberal
Burnley Gerald Arbuthnot Conservative
Burton Robert Ratcliff Conservative
Bury George Toulmin Liberal
Bury St Edmunds Hon. Walter Guinness Conservative
Buteshire Harry Hope Conservative

C[edit]

Caithness-shire Robert Harmsworth Liberal
Camberwell North Thomas James Macnamara Liberal
Camborne Albert Edward Dunn Liberal
Cambridge Almeric Paget Conservative
Cambridge University
(Two members)
Samuel Henry Butcher Conservative
John Frederick Peel Rawlinson Conservative
Canterbury John Henniker Heaton Conservative
Cardiff District David Alfred Thomas Liberal
Cardiganshire Matthew Vaughan-Davies Liberal
Carlisle Richard Denman Liberal
County Carlow Michael Molloy Irish Parliamentary Party
Carmarthen District W. Llewelyn Williams Liberal
Carmarthenshire East Abel Thomas Liberal
Carmarthenshire West John Lloyd Morgan Liberal
Carnarvon David Lloyd George Liberal
Cavan East Samuel Young Irish Parliamentary Party
Cavan West Vincent Paul Kennedy Irish Parliamentary Party
Chatham Gerald Fitzroy Hohler Conservative
Chelmsford Ernest George Pretyman Conservative
Chelsea Samuel Hoare Conservative
Cheltenham Viscount Duncannon Conservative
Chertsey Donald Macmaster Conservative
Chester Robert Yerburgh Liberal Unionist
Chester-le-Street John Wilkinson Taylor Labour
Chesterfield James Haslam Labour
Chesterton Hon. Edwin Samuel Montagu Liberal
Chichester Lord Edmund Talbot Conservative
Chippenham George Terrell Conservative
Chorley Lord Balniel Conservative
Christchurch Henry Page Croft Conservative
Cirencester Hon. Benjamin Bathurst Conservative
Clackmannan and Kinrossshire Eugene Wason Liberal
Clapham George Faber Conservative
Clare East Willie Redmond Irish Parliamentary Party
Clare West Arthur Alfred Lynch Irish Parliamentary Party
Cleveland Herbert Samuel Liberal
Clitheroe David Shackleton Labour
Cockermouth Sir John Scurrah Randles Conservative
Colchester Laming Evans Conservative
Colne Valley Charles Leach Liberal
Cork City
(Two members)
William O'Brien All-for-Ireland League
Augustine Roche Irish Parliamentary Party
County Cork East Anthony John Charles Donelan Irish Parliamentary Party
County Cork Mid D. D. Sheehan All-for-Ireland League
County Cork North Patrick Guiney All-for-Ireland League
County Cork North East William O'Brien All-for-Ireland League
County Cork South Edward Barry Irish Parliamentary Party
County Cork South East Eugene Crean All-for-Ireland League
County Cork West James Gilhooly All-for-Ireland League
Coventry John Kenneth Foster Conservative
Crewe James Tomkinson Liberal
Cricklade Thomas Charles Pleydell Calley Liberal Unionist
Croydon Sir Robert Hermon-Hodge Bt. Conservative

D[edit]

Darlington Ignaz Trebitsch-Lincoln Liberal
Dartford William Foot Mitchell Conservative
Darwen Frederick Hindle Liberal
Denbigh District Hon. William Ormsby-Gore Conservative
Denbighshire East Edward Hemmerde Liberal
Denbighshire West Sir John Roberts, Bt Liberal
Deptford C. W. Bowerman Labour
Derby
(Two members)
Sir Thomas Roe Liberal
James Henry Thomas Labour
Derbyshire Mid John Hancock Labour
Derbyshire North East William Edwin Harvey Labour
Derbyshire South Herbert Henry Raphael Liberal
Derbyshire West The Earl of Kerry Liberal Unionist
Devizes Basil Peto Conservative
Devonport
(Two members)
Sir John Jackson Conservative
Clement Kinloch-Cooke Conservative
Dewsbury Walter Runciman Liberal
Doncaster Charles Nicholson Liberal
Donegal East Edward Kelly Irish Parliamentary Party
Donegal North Philip O'Doherty Irish Parliamentary Party
Donegal South J. G. Swift MacNeill Irish Parliamentary Party
Donegal West Hugh Alexander Law Irish Parliamentary Party
Dorset East Hon. Frederick Edward Guest Liberal
Dorset North Sir Randolf Baker, Bt Conservative
Dorset South Angus Valdemar Hambro Conservative
Dorset West Robert Williams Conservative
Dover George Wyndham Conservative
Down East James Craig Irish Unionist
Down North Thomas Lorimer Corbett Irish Unionist
Down South Jeremiah McVeagh Irish Parliamentary Party
Down West William John MacGeagh MacCaw Liberal Unionist
Droitwich John Cavendish Lyttelton Liberal Unionist
Dublin County North J. J. Clancy Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin County South Bryan Cooper Irish Unionist
Dublin College Green Joseph Patrick Nannetti Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin Harbour Timothy Harrington Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin St Patrick's William Field Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin St Stephen's Green P. J. Brady Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin University
(Two members)
Sir Edward Carson Irish Unionist
James Campbell Irish Unionist
Dudley Arthur George Hooper Liberal
Dulwich Andrew Bonar Law Conservative
Dumbartonshire James Dundas White Liberal
Dumfries District of Burghs John Gulland Liberal
Dumfriesshire Percy Molteno Liberal
Dundee
(Two members)
Alexander Wilkie Labour
Winston Churchill Liberal
Durham John Waller Hills Conservative
Durham Mid John Wilson Liberal
Durham North West Llewellyn Atherley-Jones Liberal
Durham South East Evan Hayward Liberal

E[edit]

Ealing Herbert Nield Conservative
East Grinstead Henry Cautley Conservative
Eastbourne Rupert Sackville Gwynne Conservative
Eccles George Herbert Pollard Liberal
Eddisbury Harry Barnston Conservative
Edinburgh Central Charles Edward Price Liberal
Edinburgh East Sir James Gibson, Bt Liberal
Edinburgh South Arthur Dewar Liberal
Edinburgh West James Avon Clyde Liberal Unionist
Edinburgh and St Andrews Universities Sir John Batty Tuke Conservative
Egremont James Augustus Grant Conservative
Eifion Ellis William Davies Liberal
Elgin District of Burghs John Ebenezer Sutherland Liberal
Elgin and Nairnshires Sir Archibald Williamson, Bt Liberal
Elland Charles Trevelyan Liberal
Enfield John Pretyman Newman Conservative
Epping Amelius Lockwood Conservative
Epsom William Keswick Conservative
Eskdale Hon. Geoffrey Howard Liberal
Essex South East John Hendley Morrison Kirkwood Conservative
Evesham Bolton Eyres-Monsell Conservative
Exeter Henry Duke Conservative
Eye Weetman Pearson Liberal

F[edit]

Falkirk District of Burghs John Macdonald Liberal
Fareham Arthur Lee Conservative
Faversham Sir Granville Wheler, Bt Conservative
Fermanagh North Godfrey Fetherstonhaugh Irish Unionist
Fermanagh South Jeremiah Jordan Irish Parliamentary Party
Fife East H. H. Asquith Liberal
Fife West John Deans Hope Liberal
Finsbury Central Martin Archer-Shee Conservative
Finsbury East Joseph Allen Baker Liberal
Flint District James Woolley Summers Liberal
Flintshire Herbert Lewis Liberal
Forest of Dean Sir Charles Dilke, Bt Liberal
Forfarshire James Falconer Liberal
Frome Sir John Barlow, Bt Liberal
Fulham William Hayes Fisher Conservative

G[edit]

Gainsborough George Jackson Bentham Liberal
Galway Borough Stephen Gwynn Irish Parliamentary Party
Galway Connemara William O'Malley Irish Parliamentary Party
County Galway East John Roche Irish Parliamentary Party
County Galway North Richard Hazleton Irish Parliamentary Party
County Galway South William Duffy Irish Parliamentary Party
Gateshead Harold Elverston Liberal
Glamorganshire, East Sir Alfred Thomas Liberal
Glamorganshire, Mid Sir Samuel Thomas Evans Liberal
Glamorganshire, South William Brace Labour
Glasgow Blackfriars and Hutchesontown George Nicoll Barnes Labour
Glasgow Bridgeton James William Cleland Liberal
Glasgow Camlachie Halford Mackinder Conservative
Glasgow Central Charles Dickson Conservative
Glasgow College Henry Anderson Watt Liberal
Glasgow St Rollox Thomas McKinnon Wood Liberal
Glasgow Tradeston Archibald Corbett Independent Liberal
Glasgow and Aberdeen Universities Sir Henry Craik Conservative
Gloucester Henry Terrell Conservative
Gorton John Hodge Labour
Govan William Hunter Liberal
Gower District John Williams Labour
Grantham Arthur Priestley Liberal
Gravesend Sir Gilbert Parker Conservative
Great Grimsby Thomas Edward Wing Liberal
Great Yarmouth Arthur Fell Conservative
Greenock Godfrey Collins Liberal
Greenwich Ion Hamilton Benn Conservative
Guildford Edgar Horne Conservative

H[edit]

Hackney Central Sir Albert Spicer, Bt Liberal
Hackney North Walter Greene Conservative
Hackney South Horatio Bottomley Liberal
Haddingtonshire Richard Haldane Liberal
Haggerston Henry George Chancellor Liberal
Halifax
(Two members)
John Henry Whitley Liberal
James Parker Labour
Hallamshire John Wadsworth Labour
Hammersmith William Bull Conservative
Hampstead John Samuel Fletcher Conservative
Handsworth Ernest Claude Meysey-Thompson Conservative
Hanley Enoch Edwards Labour
Harborough R. C. Lehmann Liberal
Harrow Harry Mallaby-Deeley Conservative
Hartlepools, The Sir Christopher Furness Liberal
Harwich Harry Newton Conservative
Hastings Arthur Philip du Cros Conservative
Hawick District of Burghs Sir John Barran, Bt Liberal
Henley Valentine Fleming Conservative
Hereford John Stanhope Arkwright Conservative
Hertford John Fowke Lancelot Rolleston Conservative
Hexham Richard Durning Holt Liberal
Heywood Harold Thomas Cawley Liberal
High Peak Oswald Partington Liberal
Hitchin Alfred Peter Hillier Conservative
Holborn James Remnant Conservative
Holderness Arthur Stanley Wilson Conservative
Holmfirth Henry Wilson Liberal
Honiton Clive Morrison-Bell Conservative
Horncastle Lord Willoughby de Eresby Conservative
Hornsey The Earl of Ronaldshay Conservative
Horsham The Earl Winterton Conservative
Houghton-le-Spring Robert Cameron Liberal
Howdenshire Henry Harrison-Broadley Conservative
Hoxton Christopher Addison Liberal
Huddersfield Arthur James Sherwell Liberal
Hull Central Sir Henry King Conservative
Hull East Thomas Ferens Liberal
Hull West Guy Greville Wilson Liberal
Huntingdon John Cator Conservative
Hyde Francis Neilson Liberal
Hythe Sir Edward Sassoon, Bt Conservative

I[edit]

Ilkeston Sir Balthazar Foster Liberal
Ince Stephen Walsh Labour
Inverness District of Burghs John Annan Bryce Liberal
Inverness-shire Sir John Dewar, Bt Liberal
Ipswich
(Two members)
Daniel Ford Goddard Liberal
Charles Silvester Horne Liberal
Isle of Thanet Norman Carlyle Craig Conservative
Isle of Wight Douglas Bernard Hall Conservative
Islington East George Heynes Radford Liberal
Islington North David Sydney Waterlow Liberal
Islington South Thomas Wiles Liberal
Islington West Thomas Lough Liberal

J[edit]

Jarrow Godfrey Mark Palmer Liberal

K[edit]

Keighley John Brigg Liberal
Kendal Josceline FitzRoy Bagot Conservative
Kennington Stephen Collins Liberal
Kensington North Alan Hughes Burgoyne Conservative
Kensington South Lord Claud Hamilton Conservative
Kerry East Eugene O'Sullivan Independent Nationalist[1]
Kerry North Michael Joseph Flavin Irish Parliamentary Party
Kerry South John Pius Boland Irish Parliamentary Party
Kerry West Thomas O'Donnell Irish Parliamentary Party
Kidderminster Eric Ayshford Knight Conservative
Kildare North John O'Connor Irish Parliamentary Party
Kildare South Denis Kilbride Irish Parliamentary Party
Kilkenny City Pat O'Brien Irish Parliamentary Party
County Kilkenny North Michael Meagher Irish Parliamentary Party
County Kilkenny South Matthew Keating Irish Parliamentary Party
Kilmarnock Adam Rolland Rainy Liberal
Kincardineshire Hon. Arthur Murray Liberal
King's Lynn Thomas Gibson Bowles Liberal
Kingston-upon-Thames George Cave Conservative
Kingswinford Henry Staveley-Hill Conservative
Kirkcaldy District of Burghs James Dalziel Liberal
Kirkcudbrightshire Sir Mark McTaggart-Stewart, Bt Conservative
Knutsford Alan Sykes Conservative

L[edit]

Lambeth North William Henry Houghton Gastrell Conservative
Lanarkshire Mid John Howard Whitehouse Liberal
Lanarkshire North East Thomas Fleming Wilson Liberal
Lanarkshire North West William Mather Rutherford Pringle Liberal
Lanarkshire South Walter Menzies Liberal
Lancaster Sir Norval Watson Helme Liberal
Launceston George Marks Liberal
Leeds Central Robert Armitage Liberal
Leeds East James O'Grady Labour
Leeds North Sir Rowland Barran Liberal
Leeds South William Middlebrook Liberal
Leeds West Thomas Edmund Harvey Liberal
Leek Arthur Howard Heath Conservative
Leicester
(Two members)
Ramsay Macdonald Labour
Eliot Crawshay-Williams Liberal
Leigh Peter Wilson Raffan Liberal
Leith District of Burghs Ronald Munro-Ferguson Liberal
Leitrim North Francis Edward Meehan Irish Parliamentary Party
Leitrim South Thomas Francis Smyth Irish Parliamentary Party
Leix Patrick Aloysius Meehan Irish Parliamentary Party
Leominster Sir James Rankin, Bt Conservative
Lewes Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher, Bt Conservative
Lewisham Sir Edward Feetham Coates Conservative
Lichfield Courtenay Warner Liberal
Limehouse Sir William Pearce Liberal
Limerick City Michael Joyce Irish Parliamentary Party
County Limerick East Thomas Lundon Irish Parliamentary Party
County Limerick West Patrick Joseph O'Shaughnessy Irish Parliamentary Party
Lincoln Charles Henry Roberts Liberal
Linlithgowshire Alexander Ure Liberal
Liverpool Abercromby Richard Chaloner Conservative
Liverpool Everton John Harmood-Banner Conservative
Liverpool Exchange Max Muspratt Liberal
Liverpool Kirkdale Charles McArthur Liberal Unionist
Liverpool Scotland T. P. O'Connor Irish Parliamentary Party (Ireland)]]
Liverpool East Toxteth Edward Marshall-Hall Conservative
Liverpool West Toxteth Robert Houston Conservative
Liverpool Walton F. E. Smith Conservative
Liverpool West Derby William Rutherford Conservative
City of London
(Two members)
Arthur Balfour Conservative
Sir Frederick Banbury, Bt Conservative
London University Magnus, Sir Philip Liberal Unionist
Londonderry The Marquess of Hamilton Irish Unionist
Londonderry North Hugh T. Barrie Irish Unionist
Londonderry South John Gordon Liberal Unionist
Longford North James Patrick Farrell Irish Parliamentary Party
Longford South John Phillips Irish Parliamentary Party
North Lonsdale George Bahr Haddock Conservative
Loughborough Maurice Levy Liberal
Louth (Lincolnshire) Henry Langton Brackenbury Conservative
Louth North Timothy Michael Healy All-for-Ireland League
Louth South Joseph Nolan Irish Parliamentary Party
Lowestoft Harry Seymour Foster Conservative
Ludlow Rowland Hunt Conservative
Luton Thomas Gair Ashton Liberal

M[edit]

Macclesfield William Brocklehurst Liberal
Maidstone Viscount Castlereagh Conservative
Maldon Sir James Fortescue Flannery, Bt Conservative
Manchester East John Edward Sutton Labour
Manchester North Sir Charles Schwann, Bt Liberal
Manchester North East J. R. Clynes Labour
Manchester North West Sir George Kemp Liberal
Manchester South Arthur Haworth Liberal
Manchester South West Arthur Colefax Conservative
Mansfield Arthur Markham Liberal
Marylebone East James Boyton Conservative
Marylebone West Sir Samuel Scott, Bt Conservative
Mayo East John Dillon Irish Parliamentary Party
Mayo North Daniel Boyle Irish Parliamentary Party
Mayo South John O'Donnell All-for-Ireland League
Mayo West William Doris Irish Parliamentary Party
Meath North Patrick White Irish Parliamentary Party
Meath South David Sheehy Irish Parliamentary Party
Medway Charles Edward Warde Conservative
Melton Henry de Rosenbach Walker Liberal
Merionethshire Henry Haydn Jones Liberal
Merthyr Tydfil
(Two members)
Keir Hardie Labour
Edgar Rees Jones Liberal
Middlesbrough Penry Williams Liberal
Middleton Ryland Adkins Liberal
Midlothian The Master of Elibank Liberal
Mile End Hon. Harry Lawson Liberal Unionist
Monaghan North James Carrige Rushe Lardner Irish Parliamentary Party
Monaghan South John McKean Independent Nationalist
Monmouth Lewis Haslam Liberal
Monmouthshire North Reginald McKenna Liberal
Monmouthshire South Sir Ivor Herbert, Bt Liberal
Monmouthshire West Thomas Richards Labour
Montgomery District John David Rees Liberal
Montgomeryshire David Davies Liberal
Montrose District of Burghs Robert Venables Vernon Harcourt Liberal
Morley Gerald Ashburner France Liberal
Morpeth Thomas Burt Liberal

N[edit]

New Forest Walter Frank Perkins Conservative
Newark John Ralph Starkey Conservative
Newbury William Mount Conservative
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
(Two members)
Walter Hudson Labour
Edward Shortt Liberal
Newcastle-under-Lyme Josiah Wedgwood Liberal
Newington West Cecil Norton Liberal
Newmarket George Henry Verrall Conservative
Newport Beville Stanier Conservative
Newry John Joseph Mooney Irish Parliamentary Party
Newton James Andrew Seddon Labour
Norfolk East Robert John Price Liberal
Norfolk Mid William Lewis Boyle Conservative
Norfolk North Noel Buxton Liberal
Norfolk North West George White Liberal
Norfolk South Arthur Wellesley Soames Liberal
Norfolk South West Richard Winfrey Liberal
Normanton Frederick Hall Labour
Northampton
(Two members)
Hastings Lees-Smith Liberal
Charles McCurdy Liberal
Northamptonshire East Sir Francis Channing, Bt Liberal
Northamptonshire Mid Harry Manfield Liberal
Northamptonshire North Henry Brassey Conservative
Northamptonshire South Hon. Edward FitzRoy Conservative
Northwich John Brunner Liberal
Norwich
(Two members)
Sir Frederick Low Liberal
George Henry Roberts Labour
Norwood Sir Harry Simon Samuel Conservative
Nottingham East James Archibald Morrison Conservative
Nottingham South Lord Henry Cavendish-Bentinck Conservative
Nottingham West James Henry Yoxall Liberal
Nuneaton William Johnson Labour

O[edit]

Oldham
(Two members)
Alfred Emmott Liberal
(Andrew) William Barton Liberal
Orkney and Shetland Cathcart Wason Liberal
Ormskirk Hon. Arthur Stanley Conservative
Osgoldcross Joseph Compton-Rickett Liberal
Ossory William Delany Irish Parliamentary Party
Oswestry William Bridgeman Conservative
Otley James Hastings Duncan Liberal
Oxford The Viscount Valentia Conservative
Oxford University
(Two members)
Lord Hugh Cecil Conservative
Sir William Anson, Bt Liberal Unionist

P[edit]

Paddington North Arthur Strauss Conservative
Paddington South Henry Percy Harris Conservative
Paisley John Mills McCallum Liberal
Partick Sir Robert Balfour Liberal
Peckham Henry Cubitt Gooch Conservative
Peebles and Selkirk William Younger Liberal
Pembroke and Haverfordwest District Owen Philipps Liberal
Pembrokeshire Walter Francis Roch Liberal
Penrith James Lowther Conservative
Penryn and Falmouth Charles Sydney Goldman Conservative
Perth Alexander Frederick Whyte Liberal
Perthshire Eastern William Young Liberal
Perthshire Western The Marquess of Tullibardine Conservative
Peterborough Sir Granville George Greenwood Liberal
Petersfield William Graham Nicholson Conservative
Plymouth
(Two members)
Aneurin Williams Liberal
Charles Mallet Liberal
Pontefract Thomas Willans Nussey Liberal
Poplar Sydney Buxton Liberal
Portsmouth
(Two members)
Lord Charles Beresford Conservative
Bertram Falle Liberal Unionist
Preston
(Two members)
Hon. George Frederick Stanley Conservative
Alfred Aspinall Tobin Conservative
Prestwich Sir Frederick Cawley, Bt Liberal
Pudsey Fred Ogden Liberal

R[edit]

Radcliffe cum Farnworth Theodore Cooke Taylor Liberal
Radnorshire Charles Dillwyn-Venables-Llewellyn Conservative
Ramsey Oliver Locker-Lampson Conservative
Reading Rufus Isaacs Liberal
Reigate Richard Hamilton Rawson Conservative
Renfrewshire East John Gilmour Conservative
Renfrewshire West James William Greig Liberal
Rhondda District William Abraham Labour
Richmond Hon. William Orde-Powlett Conservative
Ripon Hon. E. F. L. Wood Conservative
Rochdale Gordon Harvey Liberal
Rochester Samuel Forde Ridley Conservative
Romford Sir John Bethell Liberal
Roscommon North James Joseph O'Kelly Irish Parliamentary Party
Roscommon South John Patrick Hayden Irish Parliamentary Party
Ross Percy Clive Conservative
Ross and Cromarty James Galloway Weir Liberal
Rossendale Lewis Vernon Harcourt Liberal
Rotherham Sir William Holland, Bt Liberal
Rotherhithe Hubert Carr-Gomm Liberal
Roxburghshire John Jardine Liberal
Rugby John Baird Conservative
Rushcliffe John Ellis Liberal
Rutland John Gretton, 1st Baron Gretton Conservative
Rye George Courthope Conservative

S[edit]

Saffron Walden Douglas Proby Conservative
St Albans Hildred Carlile Conservative
St Andrews District of Burghs James Duncan Millar Liberal
St Augustine's Aretas Akers-Douglas Conservative
St Austell Hon. Thomas Agar-Robartes Liberal
St George, Hanover Square Hon. Alfred Lyttelton Liberal Unionist
St George, Tower Hamlets William Wedgwood Benn Liberal
St Helens Thomas Glover Labour
St Ives Sir Clifford Cory, Bt Liberal
St Pancras East Joseph Martin Liberal
St Pancras North Willoughby Dickinson Liberal
St Pancras South Herbert Jessel Liberal Unionist
St Pancras West Sir William Job Collins Liberal
Salford North William Pollard Byles Liberal
Salford South Hilaire Belloc Liberal
Salford West George Agnew Liberal
Salisbury Godfrey Locker-Lampson Conservative
Scarborough Walter Rea Liberal
Sevenoaks Henry Forster Conservative
Sheffield Attercliffe Joseph Pointer Labour
Sheffield, Brightside John Tudor Walters Liberal
Sheffield, Central James Hope Conservative
Sheffield, Ecclesall Samuel Roberts Conservative
Sheffield, Hallam Charles Stuart-Wortley Conservative
Shipley Percy Illingworth Liberal
Shrewsbury Sir Clement Lloyd Hill Conservative
Skipton William Clough Liberal
Sleaford Edmund Royds Conservative
Sligo North Thomas Scanlan Irish Parliamentary Party
Sligo South John O'Dowd Irish Parliamentary Party
Somerset Eastern Ernest Jardine Liberal Unionist
Somerset Northern Joseph King Liberal
Somerset Southern Sir Edward Strachey Liberal
South Molton George Lambert Liberal
South Shields Sir William Robson Liberal
Southampton
(Two members)
Ivor Philipps Liberal
William Dudley Ward Liberal
Southport Godfrey Dalrymple-White Conservative
Southwark West William Henry Dunn Conservative
Sowerby John Sharp Higham Liberal
Spalding Francis McLaren Liberal
Spen Valley Sir Thomas Palmer Whittaker Liberal
Stafford Sir Charles Shaw Liberal
Staffordshire, North West Albert Stanley Labour
Staffordshire, West George Lloyd Liberal Unionist
Stalybridge John Wood Conservative
Stamford Hon. Claude Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby Conservative
Stepney Frederick Leverton Harris Conservative
Stirling District of Burghs Arthur Ponsonby Liberal
Stirlingshire William Chapple Liberal
Stockport
(Two members)
George James Wardle Labour
Spencer Leigh Hughes Liberal
Stockton-on-Tees Jonathan Samuel Liberal
Stoke-on-Trent Stoke John Ward Liberal
Stowmarket Francis Benedict Hyam Goldsmith Conservative
Strand Walter Long Conservative
Stratford upon Avon Philip Staveley Foster Conservative
Stretford Harry Nuttall Liberal
Stroud Charles Peter Allen Liberal
Sudbury Cuthbert Quilter Conservative
Sunderland
(Two members)
Samuel Storey Independent Conservative
James Knott Conservative
Sutherlandshire Alpheus Cleophas Morton Liberal
Swansea District Sir David Brynmor Jones Liberal
Swansea Town Alfred Mond Liberal

T[edit]

Tamworth Francis Newdegate Conservative
Taunton Hon. William Wellesley Peel Conservative
Tavistock Hugh Luttrell Liberal
Tewkesbury Hon. Michael Hicks Beach Conservative
Thirsk and Malton Viscount Helmsley Conservative
Thornbury Athelstan Rendall Liberal
Tipperary East Thomas Joseph Condon Irish Parliamentary Party
Tipperary Mid John Hackett Irish Parliamentary Party
Tipperary North Michael Hogan Irish Parliamentary Party
Tipperary South John Cullinan Irish Parliamentary Party
Tiverton Hon. William Walrond Conservative
Torquay Sir Francis Layland-Barratt Liberal
Totnes Francis Bingham Mildmay Liberal Unionist
Tottenham Percy Alden Liberal
Truro George Hay Morgan Liberal
Tullamore Edmund Haviland-Burke Irish Parliamentary Party
Tunbridge Herbert Henry Spender-Clay Conservative
Tynemouth Herbert James Craig Liberal
Tyneside J. M. Robertson Liberal
Tyrone East Thomas Kettle Irish Parliamentary Party
Tyrone Mid Gerald Fitzgibbon Brunskill Irish Unionist
Tyrone North Redmond John Barry Liberal
Tyrone South Andrew Long Horner Irish Unionist

U[edit]

Uxbridge Hon. Charles Thomas Mills Conservative

W[edit]

Wakefield Edward Brotherton Conservative
Walsall Richard Cooper Conservative
Walthamstow John Simon Liberal
Walworth James Arthur Dawes Liberal
Wandsworth Sir Henry Kimber, Bt Conservative
Wansbeck Charles Fenwick Liberal
Warrington Arthur Henry Crosfield Liberal
Warwick and Leamington Ernest Pollock Conservative
Waterford City John Redmond Irish Parliamentary Party
County Waterford East Patrick Joseph Power Irish Parliamentary Party
County Waterford West James John O'Shee Irish Parliamentary Party
Watford Arnold Ward Conservative
Wednesbury John Norton-Griffiths Conservative
Wellington (Salop) Charles Solomon Henry Liberal
Wellington (Somerset) Sir Alexander Fuller-Acland-Hood, Bt Conservative
Wells George John Sandys Conservative
West Bromwich Viscount Lewisham Conservative
West Ham North Charles Masterman Liberal
West Ham South Will Thorne Labour
Westbury John Fuller Liberal
Westhoughton William Tyson Wilson Labour
Westmeath North Laurence Ginnell Independent Nationalist
Westmeath South Sir Walter Nugent, Bt Irish Parliamentary Party
Westminster William Burdett-Coutts Conservative
Wexford North Sir Thomas Esmonde, Bt Irish Parliamentary Party
Wexford South Peter Ffrench Irish Parliamentary Party
Whitby Gervase Beckett Conservative
Whitechapel Stuart Samuel Liberal
Whitehaven John Arthur Jackson Conservative
Wick District of Burghs Robert Munro Liberal
Wicklow East John Muldoon Irish Parliamentary Party
Wicklow West James O'Connor Irish Parliamentary Party
Widnes William Walker Conservative
Wigan Henry Twist Labour
Wigtownshire Viscount Dalrymple Conservative
Wilton Charles Bathurst Conservative
Wimbledon Henry Chaplin Conservative
Winchester Hon. Guy Baring Conservative
Windsor James Francis Mason Conservative
Wirral Gershom Stewart Conservative
Wisbech Neil James Archibald Primrose Liberal
Wokingham Ernest Gardner Conservative
Wolverhampton East George Rennie Thorne Liberal
Wolverhampton South Thomas Edgecumbe Hickman Conservative
Wolverhampton West Alfred Bird Conservative
Woodbridge Robert Francis Peel Conservative
Woodstock Alfred St. George Hamersley Conservative
Woolwich William Augustus Adam Conservative
Worcester Edward Goulding Conservative
Worcestershire East Austen Chamberlain Liberal Unionist
Worcestershire North John William Wilson Liberal
Wycombe Sir Charles Cripps Conservative

Y[edit]

York
(Two members)
Arnold Stephenson Rowntree Liberal
John Butcher Conservative

By-elections[edit]

See the list of United Kingdom by-elections.

Footnotes and sources[edit]

  1. ^ He was elected as an Independent Nationalist but joined the IPP 2 days after the election.

See also[edit]