Sir James Duncan, 1St Baronet

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Sir James Duncan, 1st Baronet (english)
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Captain Sir James Alexander Lawson Duncan, 1st Baronet (1899 – 30 September 1974) was a British Conservative and National Liberal politician. Born in Danville, Sir James served as Member of Parliament (MP) for the Conservative Party in Kensington North from 1931 to 1945 when he was defeated in the Labour landslide of 1945. He was returned to Parliament as a National Liberal as the first Member of Parliament for the newly created South Angus constituency in 1950, and served until his retirement in 1964. He later became the parliamentary chairman of the National Liberals between 1956-1959. He was married to Adrienne St. Quinton. After the death of his first wife Sir James remarried in 1966 to Beatrice Mary Moore Oliphant (1910-2003), widow of Philip Blair Oliphant. Sir James was created a baronet in 1957, of Jordanstone in the county of Perth; the title became extinct on his death.
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