Alexander Critchley (17 December 1893 – 4 September 1974) was a British Conservative politician, who was elected a Member of Parliament for Liverpool Edge Hill in 1935 until 1945, when he stood down. An accountant by profession, he was also a member of Liverpool City Council. In 1946, he was re-elected as the chairman of the Liverpool Power and Lighting Committee.
Critchley was born in Ormskirk, Lancashire, on 17 December 1893 to William Edwin Critchley. He was educated at the University of Liverpool and in 1925 he married Lucy Lindsay. He died 4 September 1974.
- Michael Stenton, Stephen Lees, Who's who of British members of parliament: a biographical dictionary of the House of Commons, based on annual volumes of Dod's 'parliamentary companion' and other sources, Volume 3, Publisher: Harvester Press, 1981, 413 pages, page 82
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- The Electrical journal, Volume 137, Published 1946, page 1506
- "England and Wales Census, 1901 for Alexander Critchley" at familysearch.org
- House of Commons Constituencies "E" @ leighrayment.com
- Mr Alexander Critchley @ theyworkforyou.com
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Mr Alexander Critchley
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