Lieutenant-Colonel Frank Frederick Alexander Heilgers (25 June 1892 – 16 January 1944) was a British Conservative Party Member of Parliament (MP) who was killed in a train crash during World War II.
He was elected as MP for Bury St Edmunds at the 1931 general election. Heilgers was Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Minister of Agriculture from 1935 to 1936, to the Minister of Pensions from 1937 to 1940, and the First Commissioner of Works in 1939–40. He was awarded the Silver Medal of the RSPCA for promoting the passage of the Riding Establishment Act into Law, 1939.
Heilgers was made a JP for the county of Suffolk in 1923, and was an Alderman of West Suffolk County Council. He farmed over 1,000 acres in the county and was a breeder of British Friesian cattle and Large Black pigs.
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