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.


  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
With: George Harwood 1906-1912
Thomas Taylor 1912-1914
Succeeded by
Robert Tootill
Thomas Taylor
Trade union offices
Preceded by
D. C. Cummings
President of the Trades Union Congress
Succeeded by
David Shackleton
Preceded by
Herbert Skinner and John Wadsworth
Trades Union Congress representative to the American Federation of Labour
With: J. R. Clynes
Succeeded by
William Brace and Ben Turner