Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman Bio Details

Full name

Rt. Hon Henry Campbell-Bannerman

Gender

Male

Age

71

Date of birth

7 Sep 1836

Birth place

Kelvinside House, Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Date of death:

22 Apr 1908

Place of death

10 Downing Street, London, England, UK

Occupations

Prime Minister of Britain and First Lord of the Treasury (1905)

Education

Cambridge University : Trinity College, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom

High School of Glasgow, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom (1845)

Glasgow University, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom (1851)

Prime Ministerial Probation

During his tenure as PM, Campbell-Bannerman introduced the 1907 Probation Act, enabling the courts to release prisoners on probation.  This laid the foundations for the modern day Probation Service.

Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman

British Prime Minister
5th Dec 1905 - 7th April 1908
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman

Relationship History

Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman Family

Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman's parents:

Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman's father was James Campbell Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman's mother was Janet Campbell


Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman FameChain Links

British Prime Ministers

1905 - 1908

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David Cameron 2010 - 2016

Sir Winston Churchill 1940 - 1945

Sir Winston Churchill 1951 - 1955

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