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RIGHT HON. T. BURT (Morpeth).

Thomas BURT, P.C., son of Peter Burt, coal miner; b. Nov. i2th,

1837 ;

ed. at various dame or village schools, and by self-culture, meanwhile

\\orkmg as a miner; Hon. D.C.L., Durham 1911

: m. 1800, Mary, da. of

Thomas Weatherburn. of Scghill, at which time he was Sec. of a Temperance

So., and of a School Committee at Choppington in 1864 : represented the

Choppington miners at a Conference of the Northumberland and Durham

Miner>' Association in ; 1865 was <

during a strike elected the

Northumberland Miner^' Mutual Confident Association (Sec. thereof 1865-

1913, and now Hon. Adviser), then numbering 4,000 (now 40,000) mci

who, to maintain the strike, subscribed over 4,000, and, expending only

3,300, retained the balance as the nucleus of a new fund was ; Parliamentary

Sec. to Board of Trade Aug. 1892 to June 1895

; is a Member of Board of

Trade Arbitration Court, and of Industrial Council ; P.C. 1906. A Liberal

ahour Member ;

has sat for Morpeth since Feb. 1874.

Re*idtnce^--K>, Burden Terrace. Newcastle-on-Tyne. London A ddress- Reform Gub,

104, Pall Mall, S.W. Clubs Reform, National Liberal.

J. G. BUTCHER York City).

John George BUTCH ER, AT.C, 2nd son of

the late Most Rev. Samuel Butcher, D.D., Lord

Bishop of Meath, by his wife, Mary b


I5th, 1852; ed. at Marlborough, and at Trin-

Coll., Camb. (B.A., 8th Classic and 8th Wrangler

1874, M.A. 1877) ; formerly Fellow of Trin.

Coll., Camb. : m. 1898, Alice Mary. da. of E. L.

Brandreth, J.P., and widow of J. E. H. Gordon ;

Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1878, a K.C. 1897, and a

Bencher 1903 ;

sometime a Member of Clen.

Council of the Bar ; received Hon. Freedom of

York City 1906;


aJ.P. for E. Riding of Yorkshire.

A Conservative ;

sat for York City July

892 to Jan. 1906, when he was defeated ;


Jan. I7th, 1910, and Dec. 3rd, 1910.

Residences -32, Elvaston Place, S.W. ; Riccall Hall.

Yorkshire. Chambers -6, New Square, Lincoln's Inn,

Clubs- Carl ton, Yorkshire.

N. E, BUXTON (Norfolk, Northern Division).


j Noel Edward BUXTON, 2nd son of Sir



Powell P.uxt.m. (iC.M.G., 3rd lit., of V.

\\alth.uii, by Lady Victoria Noel, da. of 1st

ed. at

ow, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. i8 9 , M.A.

.>: m. K)I4, Lucy Kdiih,

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