Henry Briton Kerby (11 December 1914 – 4 January 1971) was a British Conservative Member of Parliament for Arundel and Shoreham. He won the seat in a 1954 by-election, and served until his death at the age of 56 in Chichester in 1971. For a time he was associated with the National Fellowship group.
Before joining the Conservative Party, Kerby was a Liberal politician. He contested Spelthorne at the 1945 general election as a Liberal and Swansea West at the 1951 general election as a Conservative.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Henry Kerby
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1954 – 1971
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