Frederick Caesar Linfield

Frederick Caesar Linfield (1861 – 2 June 1939) was a British Liberal politician. He was originally in trade as a corn-merchant.

Read more about Frederick Caesar Linfield:  Local Politics, Parliamentary Candidate, The Result, Member of Parliament, Empire Interests, 1924 General Election, Parliamentary Candidate Again, Other Public and Political Work

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Frederick Caesar Linfield - Other Public and Political Work
... In 1927 Linfield served on a committee of the Liberal Party to look into the organisation of the party in the London constituencies ... And in a role related to his interest in Imperial affairs, Linfield was secretary to the Native Races and Liquor Traffic Committee (an organisation promoting temperance among indigenous peoples in the Empire ...
Mid Bedfordshire (UK Parliament Constituency) - Elections - Election in The 1920s
... William Ward Warner 12,317 Liberal Frederick Caesar Linfield 11,356 Majority Turnout General Election 6 December 1923 Electorate 30,511 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Liberal Frederick ...

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