Sarah Ward

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Sarah Adelaide Ward (25 December 1895 - 9 April 1969) was a Conservative politician in the United Kingdom.

In the 1931 Conservative landslide, Ward was elected Member of Parliament for Cannock, Staffordshire, ousting the Labour incumbent, William Adamson. Ward held the seat until 1935, when it was regained by Adamson.


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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
William Adamson
Member of Parliament for Cannock
Succeeded by
William Adamson