THE HOUSE OF COMMONS
CONSTITUENCIES BEGINNING WITH "N"
 
             Last updated 20/03/2013
Date   Name Born Died  Age
Dates in italics in the first column denote that the election held on that
date was a by-election. Dates shown in normal type were general elections,
or, in some instances, the date of a successful petition against a 
previous election result.
Dates in italics in the "Born" column indicate that the MP was baptised on
that date; dates in italics in the "Died" column indicate that the MP was
buried on that date
NA H-EILEANAN AN IAR
5 May 2005 Angus Brendan MacNeil                                      21 Jul 1970
  NANTWICH (CHESHIRE)
26 May 1955 Robert Grant Grant-Ferris [kt 1969],later [1974]
Baron Harvington [L] 30 Dec 1907 1 Jan 1997 89
28 Feb 1974 John Hoyle Cockcroft  6 Jul 1934
 3 May 1979 Sir Nicholas Cosmo Bonsor,4th baronet  9 Dec 1942
CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1983
  NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND
14 Dec 1918 John MacNeill 15 May 1867 15 Oct 1945 78
 CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1922 
  NEATH (GLAMORGANSHIRE)
14 Dec 1918 John Hugh Edwards 9 Apr 1869 14 Jun 1945 76
15 Nov 1922 William Jenkins  [kt 1931]        1871  8 Dec 1944 73
15 May 1945 David James Williams  3 Feb 1897 12 Sep 1972 75
15 Oct 1964 Donald Richard Coleman 19 Sep 1925 14 Jan 1991 65
4 Apr 1991 Peter Gerald Hain 16 Feb 1950
  NEEPSEND  (SHEFFIELD)
23 Feb 1950 Harry Morris,later [Jul 1950] 1st Baron 
Morris of Kenwood  7 Oct 1893  1 Jul 1954 60
 5 Apr 1950 Sir Frank Soskice,later [1966] Baron 
Stow Hill [L] 23 Jul 1902  1 Jan 1979 76
 CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1955 
  NELSON & COLNE
14 Dec 1918 Albert Smith 15 Jun 1867  7 Apr 1942 74
17 Jun 1920 Robinson Graham        1878 13 May 1953 74
15 Nov 1922 Arthur Greenwood  8 Feb 1880  9 Jun 1954 74
27 Oct 1931 Linton Theodore Thorp 21 Feb 1884  6 Jul 1950 66
14 Nov 1935 Samuel Sydney Silverman 8 Oct 1895  9 Feb 1968 72
27 Jun 1968 David Charles Waddington,later [1990] 
Baron Waddington [L]  2 Aug 1929
10 Oct 1974 Eric Douglas Harvey Hoyle,later [1997] 
Baron Hoyle [L] 17 Feb 1930
 3 May 1979 John Robert Louis Lee,later [2006] Baron 
Lee of Trafford [L] 21 Jun 1942
CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1983
  NEWARK (NOTTINGHAMSHIRE)
 7 Aug 1673 Henry Savile      c 1642  6 Oct 1687
Sir Paul Neile        1677
Election declared void 21 Mar 1677
19 Apr 1677 Henry Savile      c 1642  6 Oct 1687
Sir Richard Rothwell,1st baronet     c 1628  early 1694
 8 Feb 1679 Robert Leke,styled Baron Deincourt,later
[1681] 3rd Earl of Scarsdale  9 Mar 1654 27 Dec 1707 53
Sir Robert Markham,2nd baronet  (to 1685) 10 Dec 1644 27 Oct 1690 45
28 Aug 1679 Sir Richard Rothwell,1st baronet     c 1628  early 1694
26 Mar 1685 Henry Savile     c 1642  6 Oct 1687
Philip Darcy  1 May 1661    mid 1694 33
 8 Jan 1689 William Savile,styled Baron Eland,later [1695]
2nd Marquess of Halifax  (to 1695)     c 1665 31 Aug 1700
Nicholas Saunderson     c 1657    Dec 1692
6 Jan 1693 Sir Francis Molyneux,4th baronet  (to 1700) c 1656 12 Mar 1742  
[He was unseated on petition in favour of
John Rayner 11 Jan 1700]
8 May 1695 Sir George Markham,3rd baronet 27 May 1666 9 Jun 1736 70
25 Jul 1698 James Saunderson,later [1714] 6th Viscount
Castleton and [1720] 1st Earl Castleton c 1667 23 May 1723
(to Jan 1701)
11 Jan 1700 John Rayner  (to Nov 1701) 2 Dec 1662 after 1718
9 Jan 1701 Sir George Markham,3rd baronet 27 May 1666 9 Jun 1736 70
29 Nov 1701 Sir Matthew Jenison 31 Oct 1654 27 Nov 1734 80
James Saunderson,later [1714] 6th Viscount
Castleton and [1720] 1st Earl Castleton c 1667 23 May 1723
(to 1710)
12 May 1705 John Digby 22 Sep 1668 3 Aug 1728 59
8 May 1708 Richard Sutton 16 Jan 1674 23 Jul 1737 63
12 Oct 1710 Sir Thomas Willoughby,2nd baronet,later
[1712] 1st Baron Middleton  9 Apr 1672 2 Apr 1729 56
Richard Newdigate  (to 1715) 22 Dec 1679 17 Dec 1745 65
28 Jan 1712 Richard Sutton  (to 1738) 16 Jan 1674 23 Jul 1737 63
20 Jan 1715 Conyers Darcy  [kt 1725]     c 1685  1 Dec 1758
26 Mar 1722 James Pelham  (to 1741)     c 1683 27 Dec 1761
31 Jan 1738 Lord William Manners  (to 1754) 13 Nov 1697 23 Apr 1772 74
 5 May 1741 Job Staunton Charlton  (to 1761)  8 Feb 1700    Feb 1778 70
16 Apr 1754 John Manners  (to 1774) 27 Sep 1730 23 Sep 1792 61
27 Mar 1761 Thomas Thoroton     c 1723  9 May 1794
19 Mar 1768 Sir John Shelley,5th baronet     c 1730 11 Sep 1783
13 Oct 1774 George Manners-Sutton  1 Aug 1751 15 Feb 1804 52
Henry Clinton  [kt 1777]  (to 1784)  4 Jun 1730 23 Dec 1795 65
 9 Sep 1780 Lord George Manners-Sutton  8 Mar 1723  7 Jan 1783 59
28 Jan 1783 John Manners-Sutton  (to 1796) 29 Jul 1752 17 Feb 1826 73
 1 Apr 1784 Constantine John Phipps,2nd Baron
Mulgrave [I] 30 May 1744 10 Oct 1792 48
21 Jun 1790 William Crosbie     c 1740 16 Jun 1798
28 May 1796 Thomas Manners-Sutton [kt 1802],later [1807]
1st Baron Manners  (to 1805) 24 Feb 1756 31 May 1842 86
Mark Wood,later [1808] 1st baronet 16 Mar 1750  6 Feb 1829 78
 5 Jul 1802 Sir Charles Morice Pole,1st baronet  (to 1806) 18 Jan 1757  6 Sep 1830 73
 8 Feb 1805 Henry Willoughby  (to Feb 1831) 15 Dec 1780 20 Nov 1849 68
31 Oct 1806 Stapleton Cotton,later [1809] 6th baronet
and [1827] 1st Viscount Combermere 14 Nov 1773 21 Feb 1865 91
19 May 1814 George Hay Dawkins-Pennant 20 Feb 1764 17 Dec 1840 76
19 Jun 1818 Sir William Henry Clinton 23 Dec 1769 15 Feb 1846 76
6 Mar 1829 Michael Thomas Sadler  (to 1831) 3 Jan 1780 29 Jul 1835 55
21 Feb 1831 William Farnworth Handley  (to 1835) 9 Oct 1780 4 Dec 1851 71
3 May 1831 Thomas Wilde [kt 1840] ,later [1850] 1st
Baron Truro 7 Jul 1782 11 Nov 1855 73
14 Dec 1832 William Ewart Gladstone  (to 1846) 29 Dec 1809 19 May 1898 88
 5 Jan 1835 Thomas Wilde [kt 1840] ,later [1850] 1st
Baron Truro 7 Jul 1782 11 Nov 1855 73
30 Jun 1841 Lord John James Robert Manners,later [1888]
7th Duke of Rutland  (to 1847) 13 Dec 1818  4 Aug 1906 87
29 Jan 1846 John Stuart  [kt 1853]  (to 1852)        1793 29 Oct 1876 83
31 Jul 1847 John Henry Manners-Sutton  (to 1857) 4 Aug 1822 5 Jul 1898 75
 9 Jul 1852 Granville Edward Harcourt Vernon 23 Nov 1816  1 Feb 1861 44
27 Mar 1857 Henry Pelham Alexander Pelham-Clinton,styled
Earl of Lincoln,later [1864] 6th Duke of Newcastle 25 Jan 1834 22 Feb 1879 45
John Handley  (to 1865)    Dec 1807  8 Dec 1869 61
30 Apr 1859 Grosvenor Hodgkinson  (to 1874)        1818 14 Feb 1881 62
11 Jul 1865 Lord Arthur Pelham-Clinton 23 Jun 1840 18 Jun 1870 29
For further information on this MP, see the
note at the foot of this page.
18 Nov 1868 Edward Denison Sep 1840 26 Jan 1870 29
 1 Apr 1870 Samuel Boteler Bristowe  (to 1880) 5 Oct 1822  5 Mar 1897 74
 4 Feb 1874 Thomas Earp  (to 1885)        1830 17 Feb 1910 79
2 Apr 1880 William Newman Nicholson        1816 17 May 1899 82
REPRESENTATION REDUCED
TO ONE MEMBER 1885
 5 Dec 1885 Charles William Sydney Pierrepont,styled      
Viscount Newark,later [1900] 4th Earl Manvers  2 Aug 1854 17 Jul 1926 71
15 Jul 1895 Harold Heneage Finch-Hatton 23 Aug 1856 16 May 1904 47
11 May 1898 Charles William Sydney Pierrepont,styled      
Viscount Newark,later [1900] 4th Earl Manvers  2 Aug 1854 17 Jul 1926 71
16 Feb 1900 Sir Charles Glynne Earle Welby,5th baronet 11 Aug 1865 19 Mar 1938 72
25 Jan 1906 John Ralph Starkey,later [1935] 1st
baronet 1 May 1859 13 Nov 1940 81
15 Nov 1922 William Arthur Henry Cavendish-Bentinck,
styled Marquess of Titchfield,later [1943]
7th Duke of Portland 16 Mar 1893 21 Mar 1977 84
 8 Jun 1943 Sidney Shephard 29 Mar 1894 25 Nov 1953 59
23 Feb 1950 George Deer 29 Mar 1890 15 May 1974 84
15 Oct 1964 Edward Stanley Bishop,later [1981] Baron 
Bishopston [L]  3 Oct 1920 19 Apr 1984 63
 3 May 1979 Richard Thain Alexander 29 Jun 1934 20 Apr 2008 73
1 May 1997 Fiona Elizabeth Ann Jones 27 Feb 1957 28 Jan 2007 49
7 Jun 2001 Patrick John Mercer 26 Jun 1956
  NEWBURY (BERKSHIRE)
 2 Dec 1885 William George Mount 18 Jul 1824 14 Jan 1906 81
 2 Oct 1900 William Arthur Mount,later [1921] 1st
baronet 3 Aug 1866  8 Dec 1930 64
19 Jan 1906 Frederick Michael Coleridge Mackarness 31 Aug 1854 23 Dec 1920 66
21 Jan 1910 Sir William Arthur Mount,1st baronet 3 Aug 1866  8 Dec 1930 64
10 Jun 1922 Howard Clifton Brown  3 Apr 1868 11 Sep 1946 78
 6 Dec 1923 Innes Harold Stranger 21 Jun 1879 28 Jul 1936 57
29 Oct 1924 Howard Clifton Brown  3 Apr 1868 11 Sep 1946 78
26 Jul 1945 Anthony Richard Hurd [kt 1959],later [1964]
Baron Hurd [L]  2 May 1901 12 Feb 1966 64
15 Oct 1964 John Astor 26 Oct 1923 27 Dec 1987 64
28 Feb 1974 Robert Michael Conal McNair-Wilson  [kt 1988] 12 Oct 1930 28 Mar 1993 62
9 Apr 1992 Sybil Judith Chaplin 19 Aug 1939 19 Feb 1993 53
6 May 1993 David Digby Rendel 15 Apr 1949
5 May 2005 Richard Henry Ronald Benyon 21 Oct 1960
NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME (STAFFORDSHIRE)
 4 Apr 1660 Sir John Bowyer,1st baronet 21 Sep 1623 18 Jul 1666 42
Samuel Terrick     c 1602 14 Oct 1675
 6 Apr 1661 Sir Caesar Colclough  (to 1679) 23 Nov 1623 22 Jun 1684 60
Edward Mainwaring 7 Apr 1603 early 1675 71
21 Apr 1675 William Leveson-Gower,later [1689] 4th  
baronet  (to 1685)   [at the general election in     c 1647 22 Dec 1691
1681,he was also returned for Shropshire,but
the Parliament was dissolved before he chose
which seat to represent]
 6 Feb 1679 Sir Thomas Bellot,1st baronet 22 Oct 1651    Aug 1699 47
30 Apr 1685 Edward Mainwaring  7 Apr 1635    Dec 1703 68
William Sneyd     c 1643 23 May 1708
11 Jan 1689 Sir William Leveson-Gower,4th baronet     c 1647 22 Dec 1691
(to 1692)
John Lawton  7 May 1656 10 Jun 1736 80
4 Mar 1690 Sir Thomas Bellot,1st baronet  (to 1695) 22 Oct 1651    Aug 1699 47
8 Jan 1692 Sir John Leveson-Gower,5th baronet,later 
[1703] 1st Baron Gower  (to 1703) 7 Jan 1675 31 Aug 1709 34
26 Oct 1695 John Lawton  7 May 1656 10 Jun 1736 80
26 Jul 1698 Sir Thomas Bellot,1st baronet 22 Oct 1651    Aug 1699 47
28 Nov 1699 Rowland Cotton  (to 1706) 8 Dec 1674 26 Apr 1753 78
24 Nov 1703 John Offley (Crewe from 1709)  [his election 20 Sep 1681 25 Aug 1749 67
was declared void 1 Feb 1704. At the 
subsequent by-election held on 8 Nov 1704,
Offley was again returned]
11 May 1705 Sir Thomas Bellot,2nd baronet 18 Jul 1679 22 Jan 1709 29
[Both sitting members (Cotton and Bellot)
were unseated on petition in favour of Crewe
Offley and John Lawton 27 Feb 1706]
27 Feb 1706 Crewe Offley 14 Nov 1682 28 Jun 1739 56
John Lawton  7 May 1656 10 Jun 1736 80
5 May 1708 Sir Thomas Bellot,2nd baronet 18 Jul 1679 22 Jan 1709 29
Rowland Cotton 8 Dec 1674 26 Apr 1753 78
[Both sitting members were unseated on
petition in favour of Crewe Offley and John
Lawton 1 Feb 1709]
1 Feb 1709 Crewe Offley 14 Nov 1682 28 Jun 1739 56
John Lawton  7 May 1656 10 Jun 1736 80
7 Oct 1710 Rowland Cotton  (to Jun 1715) 8 Dec 1674 26 Apr 1753 78
William Burslem 14 Oct 1662 17 Apr 1716 53
29 Jan 1715 Henry Vernon    Apr 1686 25 Feb 1719 32
[Both sitting members (Cotton and Vernon)
were unseated on petition in favour of Sir
Bryan Broughton and Crewe Offley 2 Jun 1715]
 2 Jun 1715 Sir Bryan Broughton,3rd baronet  (to 1724) 19 Sep 1677 12 Sep 1724 46
Crewe Offley 14 Nov 1682 28 Jun 1739 56
21 Mar 1722 Thomas Leveson-Gower  (to 1727)     c 1699 12 Aug 1727
20 Nov 1724 Sir Walter Wagstaffe Bagot,5th baronet  3 Aug 1702 20 Jan 1768 65
19 Aug 1727 Baptist Leveson-Gower  (to 1761)     c 1703  4 Aug 1782
John Ward  6 Mar 1704  6 May 1774 70
 1 May 1734 John Lawton     c 1700  7 Jun 1740
26 Nov 1740 Randle Wilbraham     c 1695  3 Dec 1770
 3 Jul 1747 Thomas Parker,styled Viscount Parker,later
[1764] 3rd Earl of Macclesfield 12 Oct 1723  9 Feb 1795 71
16 Apr 1754 John Waldegrave,later [1763] 3rd Earl
Waldegrave  (to 1763) 28 Apr 1718 22 Oct 1784 66
26 Mar 1761 Henry Vernon 13 Sep 1718 25 May 1765 46
27 Dec 1762 Sir Lawrence Dundas,1st baronet  (to 1768)     c 1710 21 Sep 1781
22 Nov 1763 Thomas Gilbert     c 1719 18 Dec 1798
22 Mar 1768 John Wrottesley,later [1769] 8th baronet 22 Dec 1744 23 Apr 1787 42
Alexander Forrester  (to 1774)     c 1711  2 Jul 1787
28 Nov 1768 George Hay [kt 1773]  (to 1779) 25 Jan 1715  6 Oct 1778 63
11 Oct 1774 George Waldegrave,styled Viscount Chewton,
later [1784] 4th Earl Waldegrave  (to 1780) 23 Nov 1751 17 Oct 1789 37
26 Jan 1779 George Granville Leveson-Gower,styled Viscount
Trentham to 1786 and Earl Gower 1786-1803,
later [1803] 2nd Marquess of Stafford and 
[1833] 1st Duke of Sutherland  (to 1784)  9 Jan 1758 19 Jul 1833 75
12 Sep 1780 Archibald Macdonald [kt 1788],later [1813] 1st 
baronet  (to 1793) 13 Jul 1747 18 May 1826 78
 2 Apr 1784 Richard Vernon 18 Jun 1726 16 Sep 1800 74
26 Jun 1790 John Leveson-Gower 11 Jul 1740 15 Aug 1792 52
15 Sep 1792 William Egerton  (to 1802)  9 May 1749 21 Apr 1806 56
22 Feb 1793 Sir Francis Ford,1st baronet 15 Nov 1758  7 Jun 1801 42
27 May 1796 Edward Wilbraham Bootle,later [1828] 1st 
Baron Skelmersdale  (to 1812)  7 Mar 1771  3 Apr 1853 82
 9 Jul 1802 Sir Robert Lawley,6th baronet later [1831]
1st Baron Wenlock        1768 10 Apr 1834 65
31 Oct 1806 James Macdonald,later [1826] 2nd baronet 14 Feb 1784 29 Jun 1832 48
13 Oct 1812 George Granville Leveson-Gower,styled
Earl Gower,later [1833] 2nd Duke of Sutherland  8 Aug 1786 28 Feb 1861 74
Sir John Fenton Boughey,2nd baronet    1 May 1784 27 Jun 1823 39
(to 1818)
22 Jul 1815 Sir John Chetwode,4th baronet 11 May 1764 17 Dec 1845 81
22 Jun 1818 William Shepherd Kinnersley 19 Nov 1780  8 Jul 1823 42
Robert John Wilmot (Wilmot-Horton from 1823),
later [1834] 3rd baronet  (to 1830) 21 Dec 1784 31 May 1841 56
24 Jul 1823 John Evelyn Denison,later [1872] 1st Viscount
Ossington 27 Jan 1800  7 Mar 1873 73
9 Jun 1826 Richardson Borradaile  (to 1831) 17 Jan 1763 18 May 1835 72
2 Aug 1830 William Henry Miller  (to 1841) 13 Feb 1789 31 Oct 1848 59
2 May 1831 Edmund Peel  8 Aug 1791  1 Nov 1850 59
12 Dec 1832 Sir Henry Pollard Willoughby,3rd baronet 17 Nov 1796 23 Mar 1865 68
 5 Jan 1835 Edmund Peel  8 Aug 1791  1 Nov 1850 59
24 Jul 1837 Spencer Horsey de Horsey c Aug 1790 20 May 1860 69
29 Jun 1841 Edmund Buckley  (to 1847)
John Quincey Harris   [his election was        1815 3 Aug 1846 31
declared void 11 May 1842. At the subsequent
by-election held on 14 Jun 1842,he was
again returned,but he was unseated on
petition in favour of John Campbell
Colquhoun 23 Jul 1842]
23 Jul 1842 John Campbell Colquhoun 23 Jan 1803 17 Apr 1870 67
15 Dec 1847 Samuel Christy (later Christie-Miller)
William Jackson,later [1869] 1st baronet 28 Apr 1805 31 Jan 1876 70
(to 1865)
29 Apr 1859 William Murray        1796
12 Jul 1865 William Shepherd Allen  (to 1886) 22 Jun 1831 15 Jan 1915 83
Edmund Buckley,later [1868] 1st baronet 16 Apr 1834 21 Mar 1910 75
26 Aug 1878 Samuel Rathbone Edge 22 May 1848 27 Sep 1936 88
3 Apr 1880 Charles Donaldson-Hudson        1840 18 Apr 1893 52
REPRESENTATION REDUCED
TO ONE MEMBER 1885
 2 Jul 1886 Douglas Harry Coghill  6 Aug 1855 13 Dec 1928 73
   Jul 1892 William Allen        1870 11 Sep 1945 75
 4 Oct 1900 Sir Alfred Seale Haslam 27 Oct 1844 13 Jan 1927 82
16 Jan 1906 Josiah Clement Wedgwood,later [1942] 1st
Baron Wedgwood 16 Mar 1872 26 Jul 1943 71
11 Mar 1942 John David Mack     c 1899  9 Feb 1957
25 Oct 1951 Stephen Thomas Swingler  2 Mar 1915 19 Feb 1969 53
30 Oct 1969 John Golding  9 Mar 1931 20 Jan 1999 67
17 Jul 1986 Llinos Golding,later [2001] Baroness Golding [L] 21 Mar 1933
 
7 Jun 2001 Christopher Paul Farrelly 2 Mar 1962
  NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE (NORTHUMBERLAND)
11 Apr 1660 Robert Ellison  (to 1661)  2 Feb 1614 12 Jan 1678 63
William Calverley     c 1622  4 Jul 1660
29 Aug 1660 Sir Francis Anderson  (to 1679) 21 Dec 1614 19 Jul 1679 64
10 Apr 1661 Sir John Marlay    Oct 1590 24 Oct 1673 83
 3 Dec 1673 Sir William Blackett,1st baronet  (to 1680)     c 1620 16 May 1680
 3 Sep 1679 Sir Ralph Carr  (to 1685) 14 Jul 1634  5 Mar 1710 75
 1 Dec 1680 Sir Nathaniel Johnson  (to 1689)     c 1645        1713
23 Mar 1685 Sir William Blackett,1st baronet  (to 1690) 14 Jun 1657  2 Dec 1705 48
10 Jan 1689 Sir Ralph Carr  (to 1695) 14 Jul 1634  5 Mar 1710 75
5 Mar 1690 William Carr  (to 1710) 8 Dec 1664 4 Jun 1720 55
6 Nov 1695 Sir William Blackett,1st baronet 14 Jun 1657  2 Dec 1705 48
8 Jan 1701 Sir Henry Liddell,3rd baronet c 1644 1 Sep 1723
6 Jun 1705 Sir William Blackett,1st baronet 14 Jun 1657  2 Dec 1705 48
2 Jan 1706 Sir Henry Liddell,3rd baronet 1 Sep 1723
1 Nov 1710 Sir William Blackett,2nd baronet  (to 1729) 11 Feb 1690 25 Sep 1728 38
[After the general election in Sep 1727,he
was unseated on petition in favour of 
William Carr 26 Mar 1729]
  William Wrightson 29 Dec 1676  4 Dec 1760 83
 4 Apr 1722 William Carr 16 May 1742
 6 Sep 1727 Nicholas Fenwick  (to 1747)     c 1693 27 Feb 1752
26 Mar 1729 William Carr 16 May 1742
 1 May 1734 Sir Walter Blackett,2nd baronet    (to 1777) 18 Dec 1707 14 Feb 1777 69
29 Jun 1747 Matthew Ridley 14 Nov 1711  6 Apr 1778 66
11 Oct 1774 Sir Matthew White Ridley,2nd baronet 28 Oct 1745 16 Apr 1813 67
(to 1812)
27 Feb 1777 Sir John Trevelyan,4th baronet  6 Feb 1735 18 Apr 1828 93
11 Sep 1780 Andrew Robinson Bowes 19 Jan 1747 16 Jan 1810 62
For further information on this MP, see the
note at the foot of the page containing
details of the Earls of Strathmore.
26 Apr 1784 Charles Brandling  5 Jul 1733 29 Jun 1802 68
 3 Jan 1798 Charles John Brandling  4 Feb 1769  1 Feb 1826 56
10 Oct 1812 Sir Matthew White Ridley,3rd baronet 18 Apr 1778 14 Jul 1836 58
(to 1836)
Cuthbert Ellison 12 Jul 1783 13 Jun 1860 76
30 Jul 1830 John Hodgson (John Hodgson Hinde from 1836) 30 Jul 1806 26 Nov 1869 63
 8 Jan 1835 William Ord  (to 1852)  2 Jan 1781 25 Jul 1855 74
27 Jul 1836 John Hodgson Hinde 30 Jul 1806 26 Nov 1869 63
30 Jul 1847 Thomas Emerson Headlam  (to Feb 1874) 25 Jun 1813  3 Dec 1875 62
 7 Jul 1852 John Fenwick Burgoyne Blackett        1821 25 Apr 1856 34
 5 Feb 1856 George Ridley        1818  4 Nov 1887 69
 7 Dec 1860 Somerset Archibald Beaumont  6 Feb 1836  8 Dec 1921 85
12 Jul 1865 Joseph Cowen  [kt 1872]        1800 19 Dec 1873 73
17 Jan 1874 Joseph Cowen  (to 1886) 9 Jul 1831 17 Feb 1899 67
 5 Feb 1874 Charles Frederic Hamond  [kt 1896]        1817  2 Mar 1905 87
8 Apr 1880 Ashton Wentworth Dilke 11 Aug 1850 12 Mar 1883 32
26 Feb 1883 John Morley,later [1908] 1st Viscount Morley
of Blackburn  (to 1895) 24 Dec 1838 23 Sep 1923 84
 6 Jul 1886 James Craig        1834 28 Aug 1902 68
   Jul 1892 Charles Frederic Hamond  [kt 1896]  (to 1900)        1817  2 Mar 1905 87
18 Jul 1895 William Donaldson Cruddas        1831  8 Feb 1912 80
 3 Oct 1900 Walter Richard Plummer  [kt 1904] 8 Nov 1858 10 Dec 1917 59
George Renwick,later [1921] 1st baronet  8 Mar 1850 19 Jun 1931 81
15 Jan 1906 Walter Hudson  (to 1918) 25 Jan 1852 18 Mar 1935 83
Thomas Cairns        1854  3 Sep 1908 54
23 Sep 1908 George Renwick,later [1921] 1st baronet  8 Mar 1850 19 Jun 1931 81
17 Jan 1910 Edward Shortt 10 Mar 1862 10 Nov 1935 73
   SPLIT INTO 4 DIVISIONS 1918 
SEE BELOW
  NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE CENTRAL
14 Dec 1918 George Renwick,later [1921] 1st baronet  8 Mar 1850 19 Jun 1931 81
15 Nov 1922 Charles Philips Trevelyan,later [1928] 3rd
baronet 28 Oct 1870 24 Jan 1958 87
27 Oct 1931 Alfred Arthur Hinchcliffe Denville 27 Jan 1876 23 Mar 1955 79
26 Jul 1945 Lyall Wilkes 19 May 1914 28 Mar 1991 76
25 Oct 1951 Edward Watson Short,later [1977] Baron
Glenamara [L] 17 Dec 1912 4 May 2012 99
 4 Nov 1976 Harry Lowes Cowans 19 Dec 1932 3 Oct 1985 52
 9 Jun 1983 Piers Rolf Garfield Merchant 2 Jan 1951 21 Sep 2009 58
11 Jun 1987 James Mackay Cousins 23 Feb 1944
6 May 2010 Chinyelu Susan Onwurah 12 Apr 1965
  NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE EAST
14 Dec 1918 Harry Barnes  5 Dec 1870 12 Oct 1935 64
15 Nov 1922 Joseph Nicholas Bell  7 Mar 1864 17 Dec 1922 58
17 Jan 1923 Arthur Henderson 13 Sep 1863 20 Oct 1935 72
 6 Dec 1923 Sir Robert William Aske,1st baronet 29 Dec 1872 10 Mar 1954 81
29 Oct 1924 Martin Henry Connolly        1874  8 Aug 1945 71
30 May 1929 Sir Robert William Aske,1st baronet 29 Dec 1872 10 Mar 1954 81
26 Jul 1945 Arthur Blenkinsop 30 Jun 1911 23 Sep 1979 68
 8 Oct 1959 William Fergus Montgomery  [kt 1985] 25 Nov 1927 19 Mar 2013 85
15 Oct 1964 Geoffrey William Rhodes  7 Nov 1928 22 Jun 1974 45
10 Oct 1974 Michael Stuart Thomas 24 May 1944
 9 Jun 1983 Nicholas Hugh Brown 13 Jun 1950
NAME ALTERED TO "NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE
EAST AND WALLSEND" 1997,BUT
REVERTED TO ORIGINAL NAME 2010
6 May 2010 Nicholas Hugh Brown 13 Jun 1950
  NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE EAST
AND WALLSEND
1 May 1997 Nicholas Hugh Brown 13 Jun 1950
CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 2010
  NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE NORTH
14 Dec 1918 Nicholas Grattan Grattan-Doyle  [kt 1924] 18 Aug 1862 14 Jul 1941 78
 7 Jun 1940 Sir Cuthbert Morley Headlam,1st baronet 27 Apr 1876 27 Feb 1964 87
25 Oct 1951 Gwilym Lloyd-George,later [1957] 1st Viscount
Tenby  4 Dec 1894 14 Feb 1967 72
21 Mar 1957 Robert William Elliott [kt 1974],later [1985] Baron
Elliott of Morpeth [L] 11 Dec 1920 20 May 2011 90
 9 Jun 1983 Robert Crofton Brown 16 May 1921 3 Sep 1996 75
11 Jun 1987 Douglas John Henderson 9 Jun 1949
6 May 2010 Catherine McKinnell 6 Jun 1976
  NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE WEST
14 Dec 1918 Edward Shortt 10 Mar 1862 10 Nov 1935 73
15 Nov 1922 David Adams 27 Jun 1871 16 Aug 1943 72
 6 Dec 1923 Cecil Beresford Ramage 17 Jan 1895 22 Feb 1988 93
29 Oct 1924 John Henry Palin        1870 22 May 1934 63
27 Oct 1931 Joseph William Leech  [kt 1938]  9 Apr 1865 30 May 1940 75
 5 Jul 1940 William Nunn 20 Mar 1879 16 Dec 1971 92
26 Jul 1945 Ernest Popplewell,later [1966] Baron 
Popplewell [L] 10 Dec 1899 11 Aug 1977 77
31 Mar 1966 Robert Crofton Brown 16 May 1921 3 Sep 1996 75
CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1983
  NEW FOREST (HAMPSHIRE)
 3 Dec 1885 Francis Compton        1824 24 Oct 1915 91
   Jul 1892 John Walter Edward Douglas Scott-Montagu,
later [1905] 2nd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu 10 Jun 1866 30 Mar 1929 62
 7 Dec 1905 Henry Francis Compton 16 Jan 1872 11 Apr 1943 71
22 Jan 1906 Sir Robert Henry Hobart,later [1914] 1st
baronet 13 Sep 1836  4 Aug 1928 91
25 Jan 1910 Walter Frank Perkins  3 May 1865 17 Mar 1946 80
  NAME ALTERED TO "NEW FOREST 
& CHRISTCHURCH" 1918,REVERTED 1950
23 Feb 1950 Oliver Eyre Crosthwaite-Eyre  [kt 1961] 14 Oct 1913  3 Feb 1978 64
 7 Nov 1968 Patrick Michael Ernest David McNair-
Wilson  [kt 1989] 28 May 1929
DIVIDED INTO "NEW FOREST EAST" AND
"NEW FOREST WEST" 1997
  NEW FOREST EAST
1 May 1997 Julian Murray Lewis 26 Sep 1951
  NEW FOREST WEST
1 May 1997 Desmond Angus Swayne 20 Aug 1956
  NEW FOREST & CHRISTCHURCH  
14 Nov 1918 Walter Frank Perkins  3 May 1865 17 Mar 1946 80
15 Nov 1922 Wilfrid William Ashley,later [1932] 1st Baron
Mount Temple 13 Sep 1867  3 Jul 1939 71
 9 Feb 1932 John Digby Mills  [kt 1958] 29 Sep 1879  2 Jul 1972 92
26 Jul 1945 Oliver Eyre Crosthwaite-Eyre  [kt 1961] 14 Oct 1913  3 Feb 1978 64
 NAME ALTERED TO "NEW FOREST" 1950 
  NEWHAM NORTHEAST
28 Feb 1974 Reginald Ernest Prentice [kt 1987],later [1992]
Baron Prentice [L] 16 Jul 1923 18 Jan 2001 77
 3 May 1979 Ronald Leighton 24 Jan 1930 28 Feb 1994 64
9 Jun 1994 Stephen Creswell Timms 29 Jul 1955
CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1997
  NEWHAM NORTHWEST
28 Feb 1974 Arthur William John Lewis 21 Feb 1917 25 Jun 1998 81
 9 Jun 1983 Anthony Louis Banks,later [2005] Baron
Stratford [L] 8 Apr 1943 8 Jan 2006 62
CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1997
  NEWHAM SOUTH
28 Feb 1974 Sir Frederick Elwyn Jones,later [Mar 1974]
Baron Elwyn-Jones [L] 24 Oct 1909 4 Dec 1989 80
23 May 1974 Nigel John Spearing  8 Oct 1930
CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1997
  NEWINGTON WEST
28 Nov 1885 Charles Wallwyn Radcliffe Cooke        1841 26 May 1911 69
   Nov 1892 Cecil William Norton,later [1916] 1st Baron
Rathcreedan 23 Jun 1850  7 Dec 1930 80
10 Jan 1916 James Daniel Gilbert        1864 16 Sep 1941 77
   CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1918 
  NEWMARKET (CAMBRIDGESHIRE)
 5 Dec 1885 George Newnes,later [1895] 1st baronet 13 Mar 1851  9 Jun 1910 59
26 Jul 1895 Harry Leslie Blundell McCalmont        1861  8 Dec 1902 41
 3 Jan 1903 Charles Day Rose,later [1909] 1st baronet 23 Aug 1847 20 Apr 1913 65
24 Jan 1910 George Henry Verrall  7 Feb 1848 16 Sep 1911 63
   Dec 1910 Sir Charles Day Rose,1st baronet 23 Aug 1847 20 Apr 1913 65
16 May 1913 John Cuthbert Denison Denison-Pender,
later [1937] 1st Baron Pender 11 May 1882  4 Dec 1949 67
   CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1918 
  NEWPORT (CORNWALL)
13 Apr 1660 Sir Francis Drake,2nd baronet  (to 1662) 25 Sep 1617 6 Jan 1662 44
William Morice  [he was also returned for 6 Nov 1602 12 Dec 1676 74
Plymouth,for which he chose to sit]
20 Aug 1660 Laurence Hyde,later [1682] 1st Earl of Rochester 15 Mar 1642 2 May 1711 69
 4 Apr 1661 John Speccot  (to 1678) c 1641 10 Jan 1678
c Feb 1662 Piers Edgcumbe c 1610 6 Jan 1667
25 Mar 1667 Nicholas Morice  (to Feb 1679) c 1640 12 Dec 1712
c Feb 1678 Ambrose Manaton  (to 1685) 17 Jan 1648 1 Jun 1696 48
17 Feb 1679 Sir John Coryton,2nd baronet 21 Jan 1648 30 Jul 1690 42
18 Sep 1679 Sir William Coryton,later [1690] 3rd baronet 24 May 1650 6 Dec 1711 61
 8 Mar 1681 William Morice  (to 1689) c 1660 Jun 1688
22 Apr 1685 John Speccot  (to 1695) 19 Apr 1665 16 Jun 1705 40
18 Jan 1689 Sir William Morice,1st baronet c 1628 7 Feb 1690
24 Feb 1690 Charles Cheyne,1st Viscount Newhaven [S] 23 Oct 1625 30 Jun 1698 72
[He was also returned for Harwich,for which 
he chose to sit]
16 Dec 1690 John Morice  (to 1699)  [at the general c 1630 7 Aug 1705
election in Aug 1698,Morice was also returned
for Saltash,for which he chose to sit]
14 Nov 1695 Charles Cheyne,1st Viscount Newhaven [S] 23 Oct 1625 30 Jun 1698 72
4 Aug 1698 John Granville,later [1703] 1st Baron Granville 12 Apr 1665 3 Dec 1707 42
(to Jan 1701)
27 Jan 1699 Francis Stratford  (to Dec 1701) 2 Feb 1645 21 Dec 1704 59
15 Jan 1701 John Prideaux 22 Jul 1655 16 Jun 1706 50
3 Dec 1701 William Pole,later [1708] 4th baronet 17 Aug 1678 31 Dec 1741 63
John Spark  (to 1707) c 1673 2 Jan 1707
27 Jul 1702 Sir Nicholas Morice,2nd baronet  (to 1726)        1681 27 Jan 1726 44
21 Jan 1707 Sir John Pole,3rd baronet 17 Jun 1649 13 Mar 1708 58
17 May 1708 Sir William Pole,4th baronet 17 Aug 1678 31 Dec 1741 63
21 Oct 1710 George Courtenay 13 May 1666 by May 1725 58
7 Sep 1713 Humphry Morice     c 1671 16 Nov 1731
13 Apr 1722 Sir William Pole  [he was also returned for 17 Aug 1678 31 Dec 1741 63
Honiton,for which he chose to sit]
11 Dec 1722 John Morice  (to 1727)  after 1661 13 Feb 1735
18 Feb 1726 Thomas Herbert  (to 1740)     c 1695 25 Dec 1739
23 Aug 1727 Sir William Morice,3rd baronet     c 1707 17 Jan 1750
 4 May 1734 Sir John Molesworth,4th baronet  (to 1741) 28 Feb 1705  4 Apr 1766 61
22 Jan 1740 Nicholas Herbert  (to 1754)     c 1706  1 Feb 1775
13 May 1741 Thomas Bury     c 1709  after 1754
23 Apr 1754 John Lee  (to 1761)  8 May 1695    Nov 1761 66
Edward Bacon     c 1712 12 Mar 1786
26 Jun 1756 Richard Bull  (to 1780)     c 1725 12 Dec 1805
 7 Dec 1761 William de Grey,later [1780] 1st Baron
Walsingham  7 Jul 1719  9 May 1781 61
12 Feb 1770 Richard Henry Alexander Bennett     c 1742 14 Mar 1814
11 Oct 1774 Humphry Morice   [he was also returned for     c 1723 18 Oct 1785
Launceston,for which he chose to sit]
30 Dec 1774 John Frederick,later [1783] 5th baronet 18 Mar 1750 16 Jan 1825 74
 9 Sep 1780 James Maitland,styled Viscount Maitland,
later [1789] 8th Earl of Lauderdale 26 Jan 1759 15 Sep 1839 80
John Coghill,later [1781] 1st baronet  (to 1785) 14 Nov 1785
 7 Apr 1784 Sir John Riggs-Miller,1st baronet  (to 1790) 28 May 1798
13 Dec 1785 William Mitford 10 Feb 1744  8 Feb 1827 82
23 Jun 1790 William Robert Feilding,styled Viscount
Feilding 15 Jun 1760  8 Aug 1799 39
Charles Rainsford  3 Feb 1728 24 May 1809 81
28 May 1796 William Northey  (to 1826) 7 Aug 1752 19 Jan 1826 73
Joseph Richardson   1755 9 Jun 1803 47
20 Jun 1803 Edward Morris 17 Jul 1768 13 Apr 1815 46
10 Oct 1812 Jonathan Raine  (to Jul 1831) 21 Jan 1763 14 May 1831 68
8 Feb 1826 Charles Greathead-Bertie-Percy 4 Mar 1794 11 Oct 1870 76
20 Mar 1829 William Vesey-Fitzgerald,later [1832] 2nd
Baron Fitzgerald & Vesey [I] c 1782 11 May 1843  
   
30 Jul 1830 John Doherty 1785 8 Sep 1850 65
17 Dec 1830 Sir Henry Hardinge,later [1846] 1st Viscount
Hardinge  (to 1832) 30 Mar 1785 24 Sep 1856 71
12 Jul 1831 James Walter Grimston,styled Viscount 
Grimston,later [1845] 2nd Earl of Verulam 22 Feb 1809 27 Jul 1895 86
 CONSTITUENCY DISENFRANCHISED 1832 
  NEWPORT (ISLE OF WIGHT)
   Apr 1660 Robert Dillington,later [1664] 2nd baronet     c 1634 25 Apr 1687
William Oglander,later [1665] 1st baronet   18 Oct 1611  9 Aug 1670 58
(to 1670)
 9 Apr 1661 William Glascock  (to Feb 1679) 30 May 1617 14 Jul 1688 71
 8 Nov 1670 Sir Robert Dillington,2nd baronet  (to 1685)     c 1634 25 Apr 1687
12 Feb 1679 Sir Robert Holmes     c 1622 18 Nov 1692
28 Aug 1679 John Leigh     c 1651 c Jan 1689
19 Mar 1685 Sir Robert Holmes     c 1622 18 Nov 1692
Sir William Stephens  (to 1695) c 1641 26 Sep 1697
11 Jan 1689 Sir Robert Dillington,3rd baronet     c 1664 13 May 1689
25 Jun 1689 Edward Dillington     c 1655 11 Feb 1690
27 Feb 1690 Sir Robert Holmes c 1622 18 Nov 1692
13 Dec 1692 Richard Leveson 12 Jul 1659 Mar 1699 39
5 Nov 1695 John Cutts,1st Baron Cutts of Gowran [I] c 1661 25 Jan 1707  
[he was also returned for Cambridgeshire,for
which he chose to sit]
  Sir Robert Cotton  (to Jan 1701) 2 May 1644 12 Sep 1717 73
2 Dec 1695 Sir Henry Dutton Colt,1st baronet c 1646 25 Apr 1731
25 Jul 1698 John Cutts,1st Baron Cutts of Gowran [I] c 1661 25 Jan 1707  
[he was also returned for Cambridgeshire,for
which he chose to sit]
9 Jan 1699 Henry Greenhill 21 Jun 1646 24 May 1708 61
8 Jan 1701 John Cutts,1st Baron Cutts of Gowran [I] c 1661 25 Jan 1707  
[he was also returned for Cambridgeshire,for 
which he chose to sit]
Samuel Shepheard  (to Dec 1701) c 1648 4 Jan 1719
3 Mar 1701 Henry Greenhill 21 Jun 1646 24 May 1708 61
28 Dec 1701 John Cutts,1st Baron Cutts of Gowran [I] c 1661 25 Jan 1707  
[he was also returned for Cambridgeshire,for 
which he chose to sit]
Edward Richards  (to 1702) c 1676 early 1729
7 Mar 1702 James Stanhope,later [1718] 1st Earl Stanhope 1673 5 Feb 1721 47
21 Jul 1702 John Cutts,1st Baron Cutts of Gowran [I] c 1661 25 Jan 1707  
William Stephens  (to 1722) 28 Jan 1671    Aug 1753 82
3 Mar 1707 Sir Tristram Dillington,5th baronet     c 1678  7 Jul 1721
6 Oct 1710 John Richmond Webb  [he was also returned 26 Dec 1667 5 Sep 1724 56
for Ludgershall,for which he chose to sit]
22 Dec 1710 William Seymour 8 Feb 1664 10 Feb 1728 64
26 Aug 1713 John Richmond Webb 26 Dec 1667 5 Sep 1724 56
28 Jan 1715 Anthony Morgan  [he was also returned for 19 Apr 1729
Yarmouth IOW,for which he chose to sit]
25 Apr 1717 James Stanhope,later [1718] 1st Earl Stanhope        1673  5 Feb 1721 47
22 Jul 1717 Sir Tristram Dillington,5th baronet     c 1677  7 Jul 1721
 2 Aug 1721 Thomas Stanwix     c 1670 14 May 1725
23 Mar 1722 Charles Lennox,styled Earl of March,later [1723]
2nd Duke of Richmond  [he was also returned for 18 Mar 1701  8 Aug 1750 49
Chichester,for which he chose to sit]
Charles Whitworth,1st Baron Whitworth [I]
(to 1726) 14 Oct 1675 23 Oct 1725 50
29 Oct 1722 Charles Cadogan,later [1726] 2nd Baron Cadogan
(to Aug 1727)        1685 24 Sep 1776 91
 1 Feb 1726 George Huxley  (to 1741)     c 1687 19 Jul 1744
31 Jan 1727 Sir William Willys,6th baronet     c 1685 14 Apr 1732
21 Aug 1727 William Fortescue 26 Jun 1687 15 Dec 1749 62
17 Feb 1736 Gustavus Hamilton,2nd Viscount Boyne [I]     c 1710 20 Apr 1746
 8 May 1741 Anthony Chute  6 Mar 1691 20 May 1754 63
Monoux Cope,later [1749] 7th baronet     c 1696 29 Jun 1763
 2 Jul 1747 Bluett Wallop 27 Apr 1726  6 Jun 1749 23
Thomas Lee Dummer  (to 1765)     c 1712  6 Oct 1765
20 Jun 1749 Ralph Jenison 23 Dec 1696 15 May 1758 61
 1 Jun 1758 Charles Holmes 19 Sep 1711 21 Nov 1761 50
 7 Apr 1762 William Rawlinson Earle  (to 1768)  7 Apr 1702 10 Aug 1774 72
26 Dec 1765 Thomas Dummer     c 1739  3 Jun 1781
21 Mar 1768 John Eames     c 1716 13 May 1795
Hans Sloane  (to 1780) 14 Nov 1739        1827 87
14 Apr 1773 John St.John     c 1746  8 Oct 1793
 7 Oct 1774 Sir Richard Worsley,7th baronet  (to 1784)  5 Mar 1751  8 Aug 1805 54
In December 1779,Worsley resigned the seat 
in order to contest a by-election in Hampshire.
He was defeated in that by-election and,
the seat at Newport being still vacant, was
again returned for Newport on 1 Feb 1780
11 Sep 1780 John St.John     c 1746  8 Oct 1793
 2 Apr 1784 Edward Rushworth  (to Jun 1790) 17 Oct 1755 15 Oct 1817 61
Hugh Seymour-Conway 29 Apr 1759 11 Sep 1801 42
10 Apr 1786 John Thomas Townshend,later [1800]
2nd Viscount Sydney 21 Feb 1764 20 Jan 1831 66
28 Jan 1790 George Byng 17 May 1764 10 Jan 1847 82
19 Jun 1790 Henry Temple,2nd Viscount Palmerston [I]  4 Dec 1739 16 Apr 1802 62
(to 1796)
Peniston Lamb,1st Viscount Melbourne [I] 29 Jan 1745 22 Jul 1828 83
13 Feb 1793 Peniston Lamb  3 May 1770 24 Jan 1805 34
27 May 1796 Jervoise Clarke-Jervoise     c 1733  5 Jan 1808
Edward Rushworth 17 Oct 1755 15 Oct 1817 61
[Both members were also returned for
Yarmouth IOW,for which they chose to sit]
11 Nov 1796 William Nisbet (Hamilton-Nisbet from 1797)        1747 17 Jul 1822 75
Andrew Strahan  (to 1802)     c 1749 25 Aug 1831
 8 May 1800 Sir George Dallas,1st baronet  6 Apr 1758 14 Jan 1833 74
 6 Jul 1802 John Blackburn 26 Dec 1766  1 Jun 1824 57
Richard Gervas Ker        1756 24 Sep 1822 66
 4 Nov 1806 Isaac Corry 15 May 1752 15 May 1813 61
Sir John Doyle,1st baronet        1756  8 Aug 1834 78
 8 May 1807 Henry John Temple,3rd Viscount Palmerston [I]
(to 1811) 20 Oct 1784 18 Oct 1865 80
Sir Arthur Wellesley,later [1814] 1st Duke
of Wellington  1 May 1769 14 Sep 1852 83
 7 Apr 1809 Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley-Holmes,9th
baronet  (to 1825) 16 Jul 1787 10 Jan 1825 37
10 Apr 1811 Cecil Bisshopp 25 Jun 1783 11 Jul 1813 30
 6 Oct 1812 Richard Fleming Worsley-Holmes 25 Mar 1792 26 Jul 1814 22
22 Nov 1814 John Delgarno     c 1751 12 Apr 1818
15 Apr 1816 George Watson-Taylor 12 May 1771  6 Jun 1841 70
22 Jun 1818 Charles Duncombe,later [1826] 1st Baron
Feversham  (to 1826)  5 Dec 1764 16 Jul 1841 76
18 Feb 1825 John Stuart,later [1859] 12th Earl of Moray [S] 25 Jan 1797 8 Nov 1867 70
13 Jun 1826 George Canning 11 Apr 1770  8 Aug 1827 57
William Henry John Scott  (to 1830) 25 Feb 1795 6 Jul 1832 37
24 Apr 1827 William Lamb,later [1828] 2nd Viscount 
Melbourne 15 Mar 1779 24 Nov 1848 69
25 May 1827 Spencer Perceval  (to 1831) 11 Sep 1795 16 Sep 1859 64
2 Aug 1830 Horace Twiss 28 Feb 1787  4 May 1849 62
2 May 1831 William Mount  21 Nov 1787 10 Apr 1869 81
James Joseph Hope-Vere 3 Jun 1785 19 May 1843 57
For information on the election of this MP,
see the note at the foot of this page
12 Dec 1832 John Heywood Hawkins  (to 1841) 1802 27 Jun 1877 74
William Henry Ord 24 Dec 1803    Nov 1838 34
26 Jul 1837 William John Blake        1805 15 Sep 1875 70
 1 Jul 1841 Charles Wykeham Martin  (to 1852) 11 Sep 1801 30 Oct 1870 69
William John Hamilton  5 Jul 1805 27 Jun 1867 61
31 Jul 1847 William Henry Chicheley Plowden        1790 29 Mar 1880 89
 9 Jul 1852 William Biggs  3 Oct 1881
William Nathaniel Massey  (to Mar 1857)        1809 25 Oct 1881 72
11 Feb 1857 Robert William Kennard 18 Jan 1800 10 Jan 1870 69
28 Mar 1857 Charles Edward Mangles 28 Oct 1873
Charles Buxton 18 Nov 1823 10 Aug 1871 47
30 Apr 1859 Robert William Kennard  (to 1868) 18 Jan 1800 10 Jan 1870 69
Philip Lybbe-Powys 12 Jun 1818 12 Sep 1897 79
12 Jul 1865 Charles Wykeham Martin  (to 1870) 11 Sep 1801    Oct 1870 69
REPRESENTATION REDUCED
TO ONE MEMBER 1868
23 Nov 1870 Charles Cavendish Clifford,later [1892] 4th
baronet  7 Jan 1821 22 Nov 1895 74
 CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1885 
  NEWPORT (MONMOUTHSHIRE)
14 Dec 1918 Lewis Haslam 25 Apr 1856 12 Sep 1922 66
18 Oct 1922 Reginald George Clarry  [kt 1936] 24 Jul 1882 17 Jan 1945 62
30 May 1929 James Walker        1883  5 Jan 1945 61
For information on the death of this MP,see
the note at the foot of the page containing
details of the constituency of Motherwell
27 Oct 1931 Reginald George Clarry  [kt 1936] 24 Jul 1882 17 Jan 1945 62
17 May 1945 Ronald McMillan Bell  [kt 1980] 14 Apr 1914 27 Feb 1982 67
26 Jul 1945 Peter Freeman 19 Oct 1888 19 May 1956 67
 6 Jul 1956 Sir Frank Soskice,later [1966] Baron 
Stow Hill [L] 23 Jul 1902  1 Jan 1979 76
31 Mar 1966 Royston John Hughes,later [1997] 
Baron Islwyn [L]  9 Jun 1925 19 Dec 2003 78
CONSTITUENCY SPLIT INTO EAST 
& WEST DIVISIONS 1983
NEWPORT EAST
 9 Jun 1983 Royston John Hughes,later [1997] 
Baron Islwyn [L]  9 Jun 1925 19 Dec 2003 78
1 May 1997 Alan Thomas Howarth,later [2005] Baron
Howarth of Newport [L] 11 Jun 1944
5 May 2005 Jessica Elizabeth Morden 29 May 1968
NEWPORT WEST
 9 Jun 1983 Mark Noel Foster Robinson 26 Dec 1946
11 Jun 1987 Paul Phillip Flynn 9 Feb 1935
  NEWPORT (SHROPSHIRE)
 1 Dec 1885 Robert Bickersteth 24 Jun 1847 10 Jul 1916 69
 7 Jul 1886 William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney 28 Dec 1847 24 Apr 1908 60
13 May 1908 Sir Beville Stanier,1st baronet 12 Jun 1867 15 Dec 1921 54
   CONSTITUENCY ABOLISHED 1918 
Lord Arthur Pelham-Clinton, MP for Newark 1865-1868
Lord Arthur was the third son of the 5th Duke of Newcastle. After an early and distinguished
career in the Navy (he was mentioned in despatches on a number of occasions) he was 
elected for Newark at the general election in July 1865. At the same time that he was a 
member of the House of Commons, Lord Arthur engaged in a number of theatrical 
productions along with a number of other 'distinguished amateurs' including the Marquess
Townshend, Sir Randal Roberts, Bt and Sir John Sebright, Bt. One of the assistants at such 
performances was a young man named Ernest Boulton.
In late 1868, at his own request, Lord Arthur was declared to be bankrupt. Far more serious
trouble occurred in May 1870, when Ernest Boulton (1847-1904) and another young man 
named Frederick Park were arrested and charged with 'frequenting public thoroughfares and 
places of amusement in female attire, for an unlawful purpose.'
Evidence was given that Boulton was regarded by Lord Arthur as being his 'wife.' The 
landlady and housemaid at Lord Arthur's lodgings both gave evidence that Boulton and Lord
Arthur slept together in the same bed, and that Lord Arthur usually addressed Boulton as
'my dear' or 'my darling'. After lengthy delays, Boulton, Park and a number of other men were
tried on the charges in May 1871. In his summing up, the Chief Justice, Lord Coleridge, said
that the evidence seemed to him 'to be singularly wanting in proof of the purpose alleged
being in point of fact carried into execution. There was no doubt that Boulton and Park, at 
all events, had been guilty of an outrageous scandal against public decency…..the jury must
not allow their indignation at such unmanly proceedings to bias their minds when trying a
question of far greater gravity.' The jury took the hint and found all parties not guilty.
By this time, however, Lord Arthur was dead, having 'died from exhaustion, from the effects 
of scarlet fever' at Christchurch in Hampshire, where he was buried. Although he may have
been dead, Lord Arthur would not lie down. In February 1882, an adventuress named Mary
Jane Fearneaux was arrested on charges of conspiracy to defraud. Evidence was given that
Fearneaux told her victims that she was really Lord Arthur Pelham-Clinton, who had only
feigned to have died, and that 'he' was about to receive a free pardon and have valuable
estates restored to him, on the strength of which Fearneaux was able to receive advances 
from her victims. Fearneaux was found guilty in May 1882 and received a sentence of seven 
years' imprisonment.
On 17 August 1900, an article appeared in the 'Chicago Daily Tribune' which discussed a 
number of instances in which the ends of justice had been defeated by bogus deaths. 
Among the instances cited was that of Lord Arthur Pelham-Clinton. The article alleges that 
Lord Arthur 'was about to be convicted, when the announcement of his death was made, 
and he was interred with much pomp and ceremony in the vaults of the ducal house of 
Newcastle. Yet a few months later he was recognized in New York, where he spent the 
remainder of his life  under the name of "Mr Simpson" and used to haunt the restaurants
and saloons around Union and Madison Squares.'
Boulton and Park have been immortalized in a limerick:-
There was an old person of Sark
Who buggered a pig in the dark;
The swine in surprise
Murmured: 'God blast your eyes
Do you take me for Boulton or Park?'
James Joseph Hope-Vere, MP for Ilchester 1830-1831 and Newport, Isle of Wight 
1831-1832
Hope-Vere was returned for Newport, Isle of Wight, at the 1831 general election. However,
when the return was made to the House of Commons, the Returning Officer included the 
wrong name on the return. 
The following account of how this situation was resolved appeared in the Dublin "Freeman's 
Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser" on 2 July 1831:-
'The Lord Advocate [Francis Jeffrey] called the attention of the House to the recent election
for Newport, in the Isle of Wight, in the return for which place a mistake had been made in the
name of one of the representatives. The return named the gentleman alluded to as John 
James Hope Vere, Esq., of Craven Hall, but that gentleman's name was James Joseph Hope 
Vere; but, in consequence of the mistake, he had refrained hitherto from taking his seat. He
(the Lord Advocate) knew that the gentleman was the person elected; and he also knew that
he was the only person of that name at all connected with that part of the country. He was
desirous, under those circumstances, to ascertain what course ought to be adopted as related
to the return.
'The Speaker said that all the House required in such cases was the identification of the party,
and to that the Lord Advocate had already spoken. The place of his residence was of no
importance, except inasmuch as it went to establish his identity. The hon. gentleman himself
made the same representation to him (the Speaker), and stated his fear of taking his seat
until he had ascertained the opinion of the House upon the subject. The Clerk of the Crown
was now in attendance, and as there could be no doubt as to the identity of Mr. Hope, if it
was the wish of the House the Clerk of the Crown should be called in, and the return being
altered, as far as related to the name, the hon. gentleman might take his seat with safety.
'The Clerk of the Crown was accordingly called in, and the return was amended.'
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