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William Gordon (Chelsea MP)

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Name  William Gordon
Died  June 9, 1894
Party  Conservative Party

Role  Former Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom
Previous office  Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom (1874–1880)

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.

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