Medway Elects
Philip Wykeham-Martin

Terms of Office

Philip Wykeham-Martin has served the following terms of office:

UK Parliament

  18 May 1859 - 31 May 1878
  8 Feb 1856 - 18 May 1859

Electoral History

Philip Wykeham-Martin has stood in the following elections:

UK Parliament

31 January - 17 February 1874
  Philip Wykeham-Martin 1,206 Elected

17 November - 7 December 1868
  Philip Wykeham-Martin 1,458 Elected

11 - 24 July 1865
  Philip Wykeham-Martin 855 Elected

28 April - 18 May 1859
  Philip Wykeham-Martin 665 Elected

27 March - 24 April 1857
  Philip Wykeham-Martin Unopposed

8 February 1856
  Philip Wykeham-Martin 560 Elected

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