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Hamer Field Russell

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Nationality  United Kingdom
Occupation  Builders Merchant

Name  Hamer Russell
Role  British Politician
Born  1876Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, England
Known for  Member of Parliament for Sheffield Brightside
Died  June 6, 1941, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Hamer Field Russell (1876 – 6 June 1941) was a British politician.

Russell was born in Kingston upon Hull in 1876 the son of John Thomas and Annie Kate Russell, his father was a timber merchant. He attended Eton House School in Kingston upon Hull before becoming a sales representative then a builders' merchant. He became active in the Liberal Party and stood unsuccessfully as their candidate in Sheffield Ecclesall at the 1923 general election. He also served as a Liberal councillor.

Around 1929, Russell joined the Conservative Party. In his new colours, he took second place in the Sheffield Brightside by-election, 1930 behind Fred Marshall. He was able to take the seat at the 1931 general election, but lost it in 1935.

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