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Henry Gore-Langton

(William Henry Gore-Langton (1802 – 16 May 1875), was a British Liberal Party[1] politician.


Gore-Langton was a younger son of William Gore-Langton by his second wife Mary, daughter of John Browne.

Political career

Gore-Langton was Mayor of Bristol in 1851 and sat as a Member of Parliament (MP) for Bristol between 1852 and 1865.


Gore-Langton married firstly Maria, daughter of John Lewis, in 1824. After her death in 1864 he married secondly Mary Ann, daughter of William Williams, in 1865. He died in May 1875.



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  • Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Philip William Skinner Miles
Henry FitzHardinge Berkeley
Member of Parliament for Bristol
With: Henry FitzHardinge Berkeley
Succeeded by
Henry FitzHardinge Berkeley
Sir Morton Peto, Bt
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