Frank Rose (politician)

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Rose in about 1905

Frank Herbert Rose (5 July 1857 – 10 July 1928) was a Member of Parliament from the Labour Party for Aberdeen North from 1918 to his death.[1] Prior to his election in this constituency, he had been the first Labour Parliamentary candidate for Crewe, in 1910.[citation needed]

External links

  1. ^ Entry in Leigh Raymont
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Duncan Pirie
Member of Parliament for Aberdeen South
1918–1928
Succeeded by
William Wedgwood Benn
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