|Sir Cedric Drewe
|Member of Parliament for Honiton|
27 October 1931 – 26 May 1955
|Preceded by||Clive Morrison-Bell|
|Succeeded by||Robert Mathew|
|Member of Parliament for South Molton|
29 October 1924 – 30 May 1929
|Preceded by||George Lambert|
|Succeeded by||George Lambert|
26 May 1896
Culverden Castle, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
|Died||21 January 1971
|Spouse(s)||Beatrice Foster Newington (m. 1918)|
|Alma mater||Eton College|
At the 1924 general election, he was elected to the House of Commons as Member of Parliament (MP) for South Molton in Devon, defeating the long-serving Liberal MP, George Lambert, who had held the seat since 1891. Lambert regained the seat at the next contest, the 1929 general election, and went on to represent South Molton until he retired from the Commons at the 1945 general election.
He never held ministerial office, but was a Conservative whip for many years, and in Winston Churchill's 1951-55 government, he was the government's deputy chief whip, with the formal title of Treasurer of the Household.
- "Sir Cedric Drewe, K.C.V.O., M.P.". Geni. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
- Craig, F.W.S., ed. (1969). British parliamentary election results 1918-1949. Glasgow: Political Reference Publications. pp. 311–312. ISBN 0-900178-01-9.
- The Times' Guide to the House of Commons. 1950.
- The Times' Guide to the House of Commons. 1951.
- "Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood" (PDF). The London Gazette. 26 May 1953. p. 2946. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Cedric Drewe
|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
|Member of Parliament for South Molton
|Member of Parliament for Honiton
|Treasurer of the Household
(Deputy Chief Whip)
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