|Member of Parliament
for Wellington South
October 1935 – April 1949
|Preceded by||Hugh Guthrie|
|Succeeded by||Henry Alfred Hosking|
|Born||Robert William Gladstone
13 September 1879
|Died||1 June 1951
m. 10 January 1912
|Profession||manager, manufacturer, teacher|
Robert William Gladstone (13 September 1879 – 1 June 1951) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Oxford, Ontario and became a manager, manufacturer and teacher by career.
After an unsuccessful attempt to win Wellington South in the 1925 federal election, he was elected to Parliament there in the 1935 election. He was re-elected in 1940 and 1945. He was appointed to the Senate on September 1949 thus leaving the House of Commons. He remained in the Senate until his death at Ottawa Civic Hospital on 1 June 1951 due to a heart condition. He was survived by his wife and a son.
|Canadian federal election, 1925|
|Liberal||Robert William GLADSTONE||8,088||47.1||11.1|
|Total valid votes||17,184||100.0|
|Canadian federal election, 1935|
|Liberal||Robert William GLADSTONE||8,840||52.4||5.4|
|Co-operative Commonwealth||Charles Elgin FULTON||1,578||9.4||9.4|
|Total valid votes||16,864||100.0|
|Canadian federal election, 1940|
|Liberal||Robert William GLADSTONE||8,115||46.9||-5.5|
|Independent||Charles Leroy AUSTEN||5,073||29.3||29.3|
|Total valid votes||17,309||100.0|
|Canadian federal election, 1945|
|Liberal||Robert William GLADSTONE||8,484||45.2||-1.7|
|Progressive Conservative||Charles Patrick MCTAGUE||7,665||40.8||17.1|
|Co-operative Commonwealth||Harold DUNK||2,355||12.6||12.6|
|Total valid votes||18,772||100.0|
- Normandin, G. Pierre (1947). Canadian Parliamentary Guide.
- The Canadian Press (2 June 1951). "Robert W. Gladstone / Guelph Senator Was Ex-Member Of Parliament". The Globe and Mail. p. 11.
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