Sir William Walter Carlile (1862-1950)

Sir William Walter Carlile was a British Conservative Party politician from Gayhurst in Buckinghamshire who served from 1895 to 1906 as the Member of Parliament for Buckinghamshire.

Biography

He was born on 15 June 1862, the son of James William Carlile and his wife Mary Woodhams (née Whiteman).

He married Blanche Ann Cadogan[1] on 29 March 1885 at Wilshaw, York.

He resided in Buckinghamshire, where was made a Justice of the Peace and served on Buckinghamshire County Council.

Together with his cousin, Edward Hildred Carlile, he attended the opening ceremony for the Carlile Institute in Meltham on 16 October 1891.

He died on 3 January 1950, aged 87.

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  1. Born 28 February 1862. Daughter of Rev. Edward Cadogan, Rector of Wicken, Northants.

Sir William Walter Carlile (1862-1950)

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