Charles Guy Pym

Pym in 1895.

Charles Guy Pym (11 February 1841 12 November 1918) was a British Conservative Party politician.

Charles Guy Pym was born in Willian, the younger son of Rev. William Pym and Sophie Gambier. His grandfather Francis Pym had been MP for Bedfordshire.[1]

Charles Pym was educated at Rossall School. He was Member of Parliament (MP) for Bedford from 1895 to 1906.[2] He was a Grand Councillor in the Primrose League.

He died aged 77.


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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Samuel Whitbread
Member of Parliament for Bedford
Succeeded by
Percy Barlow

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