Stanley Vickers (MP)
Vickers was the son of John Vickers of Hill House, Streatham Common, and Southwark. He was educated at King's College School. and became a distiller and merchant. He was managing partner and half proprietor of J. and J. Vickers and Co. distillery. He was captain commanding the 5th Kent Artillery Volunteers and was a member of the committee in favour of the Reduction of the Duty on Fire Insurance.
Vickers married Mary Ianthe Dunbar, daughter of William Dunbar, merchant of Aberdeen and London.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Stanley Vickers
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Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, Bt
|Member of Parliament for Wallingford
1868 – 1972
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