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Cuthbert Headlam Headlam was a Durham County Councilor from 1931–1939, and Justice of the Peace for the County of Durham. He was Chairman of the National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations in 1941. He was created a baronet in 1935 and appointed a Privy Counsellor in 1945. He died in Bath, Somerset aged 87.
Cuthbert Headlam Sir Cuthbert Morley Headlam, 1st Baronet (27 April 1876 – 27 February 1964) was a British Conservative politician.
Cuthbert Headlam He served in government as Parliamentary and Financial Secretary to the Admiralty from 1926–1929; as Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Pensions from 1931–1932; and as Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Transport from 1932–1934.
Cuthbert Headlam Headlam was elected as Member of Parliament (MP) for Barnard Castle at the 1924 general election. After the loss of his seat in 1929, he stood in the Gateshead by-election in June 1931, coming a close second in what had been a safe seat for Labour. He regained the Barnard Castle seat at the general election in October 1931, but was defeated again at the 1935 general election. He was returned to the House of Commons for a third time at a by-election in June 1940 as MP for Newcastle upon Tyne North, after standing as an "Independent Conservative" and beating the official Conservative Party candidate. He held the seat until he retired from Parliament at the 1951 general election.
Cuthbert Headlam Born in Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire, Headlam was educated at King's School, Canterbury, and at Magdalen College, Oxford. He was a Clerk in the House of Lords 1897–1924 and became a barrister, Inner Temple in 1906. He served with the Bedfordshire Yeomanry from 1910–1926, was mentioned in despatches in the First World War and awarded the Distinguished Service Order and appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire, retiring as lieutenant colonel.
Gateshead by-election, 1931 The Conservative Party candidate was Cuthbert Headlam, who had been MP for Barnard Castle from 1924 until his defeat in 1929. Labour selected Herbert Evans, who had stood unsuccessfully at the 1929 election in the Maldon constituency in Essex.
Newcastle upon Tyne North by-election, 1940 The Conservative Party candidate was Henry Grattan-Doyle, whose selection split the local Conservative Association. A group broke away to form the Newcastle North (1940) Conservative Association, and they fielded Sir Cuthbert Headlam as an "Independent Conservative" candidate.
Moss Turner-Samuels He was elected to the House of Commons at the 1923 general election as Member of Parliament (MP) for the Barnard Castle constituency, but lost his seat the following year in the 1924 election to the Conservative candidate, Cuthbert Headlam.
Chatham Dining Club The Club rapidly grew and was run for many years by the founder members including John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir, Robert Brand, 1st Baron Brand and Sir Cuthbert Headlam, 1st Baronet. A collection of papers "The Records of the Chatham Dining Club" were published in 1915.
Luke Thompson (politician) Thompson was accidentally killed on 15 January 1941 in Sunderland, aged 73, according to Sir Cuthbert Headlam, Bart. after "trying to work a winch and [getting] caught up in the machinery." He was buried in Bishopwearmouth Cemetery with his wife's parents and siblings.