Cannock (UK Parliament constituency)
Cannock was a parliamentary constituency in Staffordshire which returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1918 until it was abolished for the 1983 general election.
1918-1950: The Urban Districts of Brownhills, Cannock, and Tettenhall, the Rural District of Seisdon, in the Rural District of Cannock the civil parishes of Bushbury, Choslyn Hay, Essington, Great Wyrley, and Hilton, and in the Rural District of Walsall the civil parish of Bentley.
1950-1974: The Urban Districts of Cannock and Wednesfield, and the Rural District of Cannock.
1974-1983: The Urban Districts of Cannock and Rugeley, and in the Rural District of Lichfield the civil parish of Brindley Heath.
Members of Parliament
|1918||James Parker||Coalition Labour|
|Feb 1974||Gwilym Roberts||Labour|
|1983||constituency abolished: see Cannock and Burntwood|
|General Election 1923: Cannock |
|Labour||William Murdoch Adamson||11,956||41.4|
|Liberal||Geoffrey Le Mesurier Mander||7,465||25.9|
|General Election 1929: Cannock |
|Labour||William Murdoch Adamson||26,388||54.2|
|Unionist||Hon. Ralph Edward Blackett Beaumont||15,055||30.9|
|General Election 1979: Cannock|
- Leigh Rayment's Historical List of MPs – Constituencies beginning with "C" (part 2)[self-published source][better source needed]
- The Liberal Year Book, 1931
- British Parliamentary Election Results 1918-1949, FWS Craig