William Leatham

Mr William Henry Leatham

Rush ID: 2439

Details

Born:
c. 1 January 1815
Died:
14 November 1889
Birth place:
Wakefield, Yorkshire (West Riding), U.K.
Gender:
Male
Ethnicity:
White
Religion:
Unknown
Aristocratic connections:
false
Formative occupation:
Banker
Election occupation:
Banker
Parentage:
William Leatham, of Heath, Yorkshire, and Margaret Walker
Notes:
Stenton also refers to a period of service for Wakefield, April-July 1850, which does not appear in Craig.
Knighthood/Dame:
False
HighestOffice:
Backbencher
Who's Who volume:
1

References

Rush ID:
2439
MNIS ID:
Not set
Wikidata Entity ID:
Q8012075
Parliament ID:
Not set

Name changes

  1. LEATHAM, William (1815-1889)

Constituencies

  1. Yorkshire (West Riding) Southern

    Party: Liberal
    Year of election: 1880
    Date of election: 31 March 1880
    Nature of election: General election
    Nature of service: Re-entry
    Year of exit: 1885
    Date of exit: 24 November 1885
    Party: Liberal
    Nature of exit: Retirement
    Sponsorship: None known
    Constituency connections: Direct
    Notes: None
  2. Wakefield

    Party: Liberal
    Year of election: 1865
    Date of election: 11 July 1865
    Nature of election: General election
    Nature of service: First entry
    Year of exit: 1868
    Date of exit: 17 November 1868
    Party: Liberal
    Nature of exit: Retirement
    Sponsorship: None known
    Constituency connections: Direct
    Notes: None

Unsuccessful candidate in

  1. Yorkshire (West Riding) Southern

    Connection with constituency: None known
    Year of election: 1874
    Date of election: 1874-01-31 00:00:00 UTC
    Nature of election: General election
    Party: Liberal
  2. Wakefield

    Connection with constituency: None known
    Year of election: 1852
    Date of election: 1852-07-07 00:00:00 UTC
    Nature of election: General election
    Party: Liberal

Schools

  1. Private tuition

Marriages

  1. Gurney, Priscilla

    Year: 1839

Relationships

  1. Brother of Edward Leatham

Parties

  1. Liberal Party member

Clubs

  1. Reform Club