Alfred Henry Gill

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Gill in the mid 1900s

Alfred Henry Gill (3 December 1856 – 27 August 1914)[1] was a Labour Member of Parliament for Bolton. He was one of the 29 original members of the Parliamentary Labour Party who elected Keir Hardie as their Chairman.

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  1. ^ "Rochdale News". Retrieved 2009-04-24. 

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Herbert Shepherd-Cross
George Harwood
Member of Parliament for Bolton
19061914
With: George Harwood 1906-1912
Thomas Taylor 1912-1914
Succeeded by
Robert Tootill
Thomas Taylor
Political offices
Preceded by
D. C. Cummings
President of the Trades Union Congress
1907
Succeeded by
David Shackleton