| William Gordon|
June 9, 1894
| Conservative Party|
| Former Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom|
Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom (1874–1880)
William Gordon (Chelsea MP) Wikipedia
William Gordon (1818 – 9 June 1894) was a British solicitor and Conservative Party politician.
The youngest son of Alexander Gordon, a solicitor of Old Broad Street and Wandsworth Common and his wife Harriet née Elwyn, he was admitted as a solicitor in 1840.
At the 1874 general election Gordon was elected as one of two members of parliament for Chelsea. He served a single term and did not contest the next election in 1880.