Sir James Augustus Grant, 1st Baronet

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For the Scottish explorer, see James Augustus Grant.

Sir James Augustus Grant, 1st Baronet (3 March 1867 – 29 July 1932) was a British Conservative Party politician.

Born in Poplar, London, he was Member of Parliament (MP) for Egremont from January 1910 until the constituency was abolished for the 1918 general election. He was then elected as MP for Whitehaven, but lost that seat at the 1922 general election to Labour Party candidate Thomas Gavan Duffy.

Grant did not contest the 1923 general election, but returned to the House of Commons at the 1924 general election as MP for South Derbyshire. He retired from Parliament at the 1929 election, having been made a baronet, in July 1926, of Househill, Nairn. The baronetcy became extinct on his death in Gloucester in 1932, aged 65.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Hugh Fullerton
Member of Parliament for Egremont
19101918
Constituency abolished
Preceded by
Thomas Richardson
Member of Parliament for Whitehaven
19181922
Succeeded by
Thomas Gavan Duffy
Preceded by
Henry Dubs Lorimer
Member of Parliament for South Derbyshire
19241929
Succeeded by
David Graham Pole
Baronetage of the United Kingdom
New creation Baronet
(of Househill, Nairn)
1926–1932
extinct