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William Craven Craven-Ellis (1880 - 17 December 1959), born William
Craven Ellis was a Conservative Party politician in the United
Kingdom. Ellis was educated at Manchester Grammar School, and
became a senior partner of Ellis & Sons, Valuers and Surveyors.
He assumed the name Craven-Ellis by deed poll in 1931. At the 1929
general election, he unsuccessfully contested the safe Labour-held
seat of Barnsley, where he came third with only 15% of the votes.
At the 1931 general election, he was elected as Member of
Parliament (MP) for Southampton, and held the seat until his defeat
at the 1945 general election. In the House of Commons, he was chair
of the Parliamentary Monetary Committee from 1934 to 1944.
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