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Chatham

Former Members of Parliament

The following Members of Parliament represented Chatham between 1832 and 1950:

Arthur Bottomley
  5 Jul 1945 - 23 Feb 1950

Leonard Plugge
  14 Nov 1935 - 5 Jul 1945

Park Goff
  27 Oct 1931 - 14 Nov 1935

Frank Markham
  30 May 1929 - 27 Oct 1931

John Moore-Brabazon
  14 Dec 1918 - 30 May 1929

Gerald Hohler
  10 Feb 1910 - 14 Dec 1918

John Jenkins
  8 Feb 1906 - 10 Feb 1910

Horatio Davies
  7 Aug 1895 - 8 Feb 1906

Lewis Loyd
  26 Jul 1892 - 7 Aug 1895

John Gorst
  16 Feb 1875 - 26 Jul 1892

George Elliot
  17 Feb 1874 - 16 Feb 1875

Arthur Otway
  24 Jul 1865 - 17 Feb 1874

Frederick Smith
  24 Apr 1857 - 24 Jul 1865
  31 Jul 1852 - 23 Jun 1853

Leicester Vernon
  23 Jun 1853 - 24 Apr 1857

George Byng
  22 Jul 1841 - 31 Jul 1852

Election History for Chatham (1832 to 1950)

General election
5 July 1945

General election
14 November 1935

General election
27 October 1931

General election
30 May 1929

General election
29 October 1924

General election
6 December 1923

General election
15 November 1922

General election
14 December 1918

General election
3 - 19 December 1910

General election
13 July - 7 August 1895

General election
4 - 26 July 1892

General election
1 - 27 July 1886

By-election
11 July 1885

General election
31 March - 27 April 1880

By-election
16 February 1875

General election
11 - 24 July 1865

General election
28 April - 18 May 1859

General election
27 March - 24 April 1857

By-election
23 June 1853

General election
7 - 31 July 1852

General election
29 July - 26 August 1847

General election
29 June - 22 July 1841

To view the results for each election, click on the election date above.

Vote Share

Boundaries (1918 to 1950)

Chatham included the Municipal Borough of Rochester (except part of St Peter's ward) and the Municipal Borough of Chatham wards of Luton and St John.

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