Harry Samuel

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Sir Harry Simon Samuel (3 August 1853 – 26 April 1934) was an English Member of Parliament for Limehouse and then Norwood in London.wikipedia
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Norwood (UK Parliament constituency)

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Sir Harry Simon Samuel (3 August 1853 – 26 April 1934) was an English Member of Parliament for Limehouse and then Norwood in London. In January 1910, he was elected back to parliament with a 1778 majority in the Norwood constituency, a seat he then held until he retired as a MP at the 1922 election.

Limehouse (UK Parliament constituency)

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Sir Harry Simon Samuel (3 August 1853 – 26 April 1934) was an English Member of Parliament for Limehouse and then Norwood in London. So as not to split the Conservative vote in 1892 Samuel stood in the 1892 election for the Conservative Party in the Limehouse constituency but the seat was won by the Liberal John Stewart Wallace with a majority of 270. In the 1895, he stood again and was elected as Member of Parliament for Limehouse with a majority of 590.

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His daughter Nora married Percy de Worms (1873–1941).
He married Nora, only daughter of Sir Harry Simon Samuel MP on 25 July 1900.

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Sir Harry Simon Samuel (3 August 1853 – 26 April 1934) was an English Member of Parliament for Limehouse and then Norwood in London. In the 1895, he stood again and was elected as Member of Parliament for Limehouse with a majority of 590.

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Sir Harry Simon Samuel (3 August 1853 – 26 April 1934) was an English Member of Parliament for Limehouse and then Norwood in London. Samuel was born at 40 Gloucester Place near Portman Square in Marylebone, London, the son of Horatio Simon Samuel, a cooper, and Henrietta Montefiore.

Portman Square

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Samuel was born at 40 Gloucester Place near Portman Square in Marylebone, London, the son of Horatio Simon Samuel, a cooper, and Henrietta Montefiore.

Marylebone

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Samuel was born at 40 Gloucester Place near Portman Square in Marylebone, London, the son of Horatio Simon Samuel, a cooper, and Henrietta Montefiore.

Cooper (profession)

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Samuel was born at 40 Gloucester Place near Portman Square in Marylebone, London, the son of Horatio Simon Samuel, a cooper, and Henrietta Montefiore.

Eastbourne College

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He was educated at Eastbourne College and then St John's College, Cambridge, where he received a Bachelor of Arts.

St John's College, Cambridge

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He was educated at Eastbourne College and then St John's College, Cambridge, where he received a Bachelor of Arts.

St Pancras East (UK Parliament constituency)

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Samuel retired from business to enter politics with the Unionist party and, in 1889, he became a prospective candidate in St Pancras East.

1892 United Kingdom general election

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So as not to split the Conservative vote in 1892 Samuel stood in the 1892 election for the Conservative Party in the Limehouse constituency but the seat was won by the Liberal John Stewart Wallace with a majority of 270.

Conservative Party (UK)

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So as not to split the Conservative vote in 1892 Samuel stood in the 1892 election for the Conservative Party in the Limehouse constituency but the seat was won by the Liberal John Stewart Wallace with a majority of 270.

Liberal Party (UK)

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So as not to split the Conservative vote in 1892 Samuel stood in the 1892 election for the Conservative Party in the Limehouse constituency but the seat was won by the Liberal John Stewart Wallace with a majority of 270.

1895 United Kingdom general election

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In the 1895, he stood again and was elected as Member of Parliament for Limehouse with a majority of 590.

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He was re-elected in 1900 with a majority of 538 but lost the seat in 1906 to Liberal William Pearce.

Knight Bachelor

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In 1903, he had been appointed a Knight Bachelor.

1922 United Kingdom general election

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In January 1910, he was elected back to parliament with a 1778 majority in the Norwood constituency, a seat he then held until he retired as a MP at the 1922 election.

Freedom of the City

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He was also a Freeman of the City of London and a member of the Cooper's Company.

Worshipful Company of Coopers

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He was also a Freeman of the City of London and a member of the Cooper's Company.

Monte Carlo

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He died in 1934 at Villa Alexandra in Monte Carlo aged 80.

West London Synagogue

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His memorial service was held at West London Synagogue.