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Crown Steward and Bailiff of the three Chiltern Hundreds of Stoke, Desborough and Burnham

21 March 1919 (215)  Unionist   1  Br-Gen Robert McCalmount 
18 September 1940 (54)  Unionist   2  Thomas Sinclair 
22 March 1951 (50)  Unionist   3  Ronald Ross 
8 October 1952 (105)  Unionist   4  Robert O'Neill 
17 December 1985 (0)  Official Unionist   5  Jim Molyneaux 
17 December 1985 (0)  Official Unionist   6  Roy Beggs 
17 December 1985 (0)  Official Unionist   7  Harold McCusker 
17 December 1985 (0)  Official Unionist   8  William Ross 
17 December 1985 (0)  Official Unionist   9  John Taylor 
17 December 1985 (0)  Ulster Popular Unionist   10  Jim Kilfedder 
17 December 1985 (0)  Official Unionist   11  Jim Nicholson 
17 December 1985 (189)  Democratic Unionist   12  Rev Dr William McCrea 
13 January 2010 (391)  Non party/Independent   13  Iris Robinson 

Number of days in office is shown in brackets where this can be calculated. This is a new feature, and the results may be variable due to insufficient data.

The offices of Crown Steward and Bailiff of the three Chiltern Hundreds of Stoke, Desborough and Burnham and Crown Steward and Bailiff of the Manor of Northstead are offices of profit under the Crown. They are used as a way to allow MPs to resign their seats. Numbering is for office holders since election of December 1918.


 
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