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Livingstone, Sir Alexander Mackenzielocked

Kt 1933

Born 18 Oct. 1880; s of late Duncan Livingstone of Applecross, Ross-shire, and Catherine, d of Alexander Mackenzie, Dingwall; m 1905, Mary, (d 1946), d of Donald M. MacAskill, Montreal; four s; m 1947, Maggie Clark, d of late Robert Murray, Stornoway; died 24 Sept. 1950

Director of Steel and Building Companies; Member of the London Tribunal for hearing the cases of Conscientious Objectors, 1940

Career

MP (L) Inverness, Western Isles Division, 1923–29; Contested Dover, 1918; Inverness, 1922 (twice); Whip, Radical Parliamentary Group, formed in opposition to the leadership of Mr Lloyd George; declared himself unable to endorse the Liberal Unemployment Pledge, and consequently withdrew in 1929 as Liberal candidate for the Western Isles; joined Labour Party, 1930; JP County of London

Clubs

National Liberal; Royal and Ancient (St Andrews)

Address

2 St Albans Road, NW5

Gulliver 3831