Thomas Wintringham may refer to:
Northampton was a parliamentary constituency, which existed until 1974.
Thomas Wintringham was a British Liberal Party politician. He was elected as Member of Parliament (MP) for Louth in Lincolnshire at a by-election in June 1920, but died in office the following year, aged 53. The resulting by-election in September 1921, Louth's second by-election in under 16 months, was won by his wife Margaret, who became the second woman to take a seat in the British House of Commons.
Thomas Henry Wintringham was a British soldier, military historian, journalist, poet, Marxist, politician and author. He was an important figure in the formation of the Home Guard during the Second World War and was one of the founders of the Common Wealth Party.
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John MacPherson or Macpherson may refer to:
Oldfield is a small hamlet within the county of West Yorkshire, England, situated north of Stanbury and near to Oakworth. It is approximately 4 miles (6.5 km) west of the town of Keighley. It mainly consists of farmland and has panoramic views across the Worth Valley towards Brontë Country. Top Withens, the house featured in the novel Wuthering Heights, is clearly visible.
Sir Richard Thomas Dyke Acland, 15th Baronet was one of the founding members of the British Common Wealth Party in 1942, having previously been a Liberal Member of Parliament (MP). He joined the Labour Party in 1945 and was later a Labour MP. He was one of the founders of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND).
Geoffrey Kelsall Peto was a British Conservative Party politician and Member of Parliament (MP).
The Louth by-election, 1920 was a parliamentary by-election for the British House of Commons constituency of Louth in Lincolnshire. Voting was held on 3 June 1920. The by-election took place 5 days after the Louth Flood of 29 May 1920 had claimed 23 lives.
The Louth by-election, 1921 was a by-election held on 22 September 1921 for the British House of Commons constituency of Louth in Lincolnshire.
Henry Langton Brackenbury was a British Conservative Party politician who served for two short periods as Member of Parliament (MP) for Louth in Lincolnshire.
David Brynmor Jones was a British barrister, historian and Liberal Member of Parliament.
Lt. Col. Sir Arthur Pelham Heneage was a British Conservative Party politician.
Margaret Wintringham was a British Liberal Party politician. She was the second woman, and the first British-born woman, to take her seat in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom.
David Matthews was a Liberal Party politician in the United Kingdom.
Thomas Owen Jacobsen was a British businessman and Liberal politician. He was born in Liverpool, and was the son of a naturalised Dane. He was a master printer and the senior partner in the stationery company of Jacobsen, Welch and Company, whose paper mills were at Hyde, Cheshire.
The St Ives by-election, 1928 was a by-election held on 6 March 1928 for the British House of Commons constituency of St Ives in Cornwall.
Wintringham is a village in North Yorkshire, England.
Cyril Thomas Culverwell was a British Conservative Party politician.
The Midlothian and Peebles Northern by-election, 1943 was a parliamentary by-election held in Scotland on 11 February 1943 to elect a new Member of Parliament (MP) for the House of Commons constituency of Midlothian and Peebles Northern.
The Aylesbury by-election, 1938 was a parliamentary by-election for the British House of Commons constituency of Aylesbury on 24 February 1938.