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Neville Woodford Smith-Carington (1878 – 7 October 1933) was a British Member of Parliament.

Born at Ashby Folville Manor near Melton Mowbray, Smith-Carington was educated at Harrow College and Exeter College, Oxford. He became a barrister at the Inner Temple.[1]

Smith-Carington stood for the Conservative Party in Loughborough at the January 1910 United Kingdom general election, but was not elected. He then stood in the 1923 Rutland and Stamford by-election, winning the seat, which he held until his death in 1933.[1]

In his spare time, Smith-Carington had an interest in shire horses, and was president of the Shire Horse Society in 1931.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c Stenton, Michael; Lees, Stephen (1979). Who's Who of British Members of Parliament. III. Brighton: Harvester Press. p. 334. ISBN 0855273259.