Chichester Crookshank

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Chichester de Windt Crookshank, photographed by Walter Stoneman.

Lieutenant Colonel Chichester de Windt Crookshank (18 October 1868 – 23 October 1958) was the Unionist Member of Parliament for Berwick and Haddington from 1924. He lost that seat in 1929; in the general election of 1931 he was returned as Conservative MP for Bootle. He retired at the end of that Parliament (1935).

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Robert Spence
Member of Parliament for Berwick and Haddington
19241929
Succeeded by
George Sinkinson
Preceded by
Vivian Henderson
Member of Parliament for Bootle
19311935
Succeeded by
Eric Errington