Robert McCalmont

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Robert Chaine Alexander McCalmont (29 August 1881 – 4 November 1953) was an Northern Irish unionist politician and British Army officer.

He was elected as an Irish Unionist MP to the House of Commons for Antrim East at the 1913 by-election. The vacancy was caused by the death of James Martin McCalmont.[1]

He reached the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the British Army. He resigned his seat in 1919 when he was appointed Commander of the Irish Guards.


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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
James Martin McCalmont
Member of Parliament for Antrim East
Succeeded by
George Boyle Hanna