Ernest Gardner

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Sir Ernest Gardner (1846 – 7 August 1925) was a British politician. He was a Conservative Party Member of Parliament (MP) from 1901 to 1922.

Garnder was first elected to Parliament on 12 July 1901 in an unopposed by-election in the constituency of Wokingham following the resignation of Oliver Young.[1] He remained the seat's MP until it was abolished for the 1918 general election, when he became the MP for Windsor. He retired from Parliament at the 1922 general election. He lived at 'Spencers' at Maidenhead in Berkshire.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Oliver Young
Member of Parliament for Wokingham
19011918
Constituency abolished
Preceded by
James Mason
Member of Parliament for Windsor
19181922
Succeeded by
Annesley Somerville