John Bamford Slack
Slack was born in Ripley, Derbyshire in 1857. His Liberal Wesleyan Methodist parents were Mary Ann (born Bamford) and Thomas Slack. Her father made bricks and his younger sister was the temperance activist Agnes Elizabeth Slack.
He received a knighthood.
- Eve Colpus, ‘Slack , Agnes Elizabeth (1858–1946)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, Sept 2012 accessed 10 Aug 2017
- The New York Times, Sunday, 14 February 1904, Page 4, 106 words. LIBERALS WIN IN ELECTION.; J. Bamford Slack Sent to Parliament by Hertfordshire Constituency.
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- National Portrait Gallery - Alice Maud Mary Bretherton
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by John Bamford Slack
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