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Edward Turnour
also called 6th Earl Winterton

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  1. PC , known as Viscount Turnour until 1907, was an Irish peer and British politician in the first half of the twentieth century who achieved the rare distinction of serving as both Baby of the House and Father of the House at the opposite ends of his

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  2. born on 4 April 1883

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  3. died on 26 August 1962

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  4. first elected for Horsham in a by-election in 1904 at the age of just 21, the youngest MP in the Commons, and remained an MP for the next 47 years

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  5. Sitting as a Conservative, Winterton would slowly rise through the ranks, later achieving ministerial office as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for India in 1922

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