George M. Ball

George M. Ball (1832 – June 1903) was a British politician and trade unionist.wikipedia
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National Agricultural Labourers Union

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When the National Agricultural Labourers' Union (NALU) was founded in 1872, he was immediately enthusiastic, joining up and becoming the delegate for his district.
Activists in the union included George M. Ball, Arthur Clayden, Jesse Collings, Howard Evans and Auberon Herbert, Harry Nicolls and Hugh Fairfax-Cholmeley.

British people

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George M. Ball (1832 – June 1903) was a British politician and trade unionist.

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George M. Ball (1832 – June 1903) was a British politician and trade unionist.

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George M. Ball (1832 – June 1903) was a British politician and trade unionist.

Ashby, Lincolnshire

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Born in Ashby, Lincolnshire, Ball worked as a farm labourer.

Witham

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In 1875, he moved to Witham in Essex to organise the union's important North Essex district.

Essex

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In 1875, he moved to Witham in Essex to organise the union's important North Essex district.

Parliamentary Committee of the Trades Union Congress

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He was also elected as the union's vice-president, and served on the Parliamentary Committee of the Trades Union Congress.

Liberal Party (UK)

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Ball took employment with the Liberal Party, devoting himself to its cause for many years, from 1883 as the agent of the associated Allotment and Small Holdings Association.

1892 United Kingdom general election

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At the 1892 UK general election, he was its candidate for Rye, focusing his campaign on encouraging agricultural labourers to vote.

Rye (UK Parliament constituency)

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At the 1892 UK general election, he was its candidate for Rye, focusing his campaign on encouraging agricultural labourers to vote.

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