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Campbell-Bannerman, Henry, Sir

Born: 1836 AD
Died: 1908 AD

1836 – Born at Kelvinside House in Glasgow, Scotland, on the 7th of September. He is the son of Sir James Campbell, and Janet Bannerman.


1845-1847 – Campbell-Bannerman was educated at Glasgow High School.


1851 – Attended at the University of Glasgow.


1868 – Elected to the House of Commons as Liberal Member of Parliament for Stirling Burghs.


1871 – The surname Bannerman was added to his surname as required by his maternal uncle’s will.


1871-1874 – Appointed as Financial Secretary to the War Office in November.


1882-1884 – Served as Parliamentary and Financial Secretary to the Admiralty.


1884 – He entered Gladstone’s second cabinet as Chief Secretary for Ireland.


1905-1908 – Served as British prime minister.


1908 – Died while serving as Prime Minister on 22nd of April.


His last words were "This is not the end of me."