Patrick Hannon

Sir Patrick Joseph Henry Hannon FRGS FRSA (1874 - 10 January 1963) was an Anglo-Irish Conservative Party politician, industrialist and agriculturalist. He served as Member of Parliament (MP) for Birmingham Moseley from 1921 to 1950 and was active in the British Commonwealth Union.

Education in agriculture

Hannon was the eldest son of Matthew Hannon of Cape Colony and a Justice of the Peace.

Politics

Hannon contested Bristol East in 1910 as a Unionist. In the period 1910 to 1914 he was an officer of the Tariff Reform League. He was first elected as a Coalition Conservative in a byelection on 4 March 1921 and served until the United Kingdom general election, 1950. He was President of Aston Villa F.C..

Bibliography

  • Papers of Sir Patrick Joseph Henry Hannon MP (1874-1963), UK Parliament Archives Catalogue, retrieved 2008-07-16
  • "Hannon, Sir Patrick Joseph Henry" (2008) Who Was Who 1897-2007, retrieved 16 July 2008
  • Capie, F. (1998) "The Sources and Origins of Britain's Return to Protection, 1931-2", in Parry, G. et al. (eds). Freedom of Trade and its Reception: 1815-1960: Freedom and Trade - Volume 1. Routledge. pp. pp246–261.  , p.250 (Google Books)
  • F. W. S. Craig, Chronology of British Parliamentary By-elections 1833-1987

External links

  • Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Patrick Hannon
  • Patrick Hannon's autobiographical notes at Senate House Library, University of London
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Sir Hallewell Rogers
Member of Parliament for Birmingham Moseley
19211950
Constituency abolished


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