Ralph Ward Jackson
Ralph Ward Jackson (7 June 1806 – 6 August 1880, London) founded West Hartlepool, England in the 19th century. A Conservative, he was elected at the 1868 general election as the first the Member of Parliament for The Hartlepools, but was defeated at the 1874 general election.
- Waggott, Eric (1980). Jackson's Town: The Story of the Creation of West Hartlepool and the Success and downfall of its founder, Ralph Ward Jackson. Printability Publishing Ltd. ISBN 0-9501306-1-3. OCLC 8219630.
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1868 – 1874
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