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Cripps, Sir (Richard) Staffordlocked

(1889–1952)
  • Peter Clarke
  •  and Richard Toye

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Cripps, Sir (Richard) Stafford (1889–1952), politician and lawyer, was born at Elm Park Gardens, London, on 24 April 1889. He was the fifth and youngest child of Charles Alfred Cripps (1852–1941) and his wife, Theresa (née Potter) (1852–1893). His father, a successful and prosperous barrister, became a Conservative MP and later (as ...

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