Material relating to Sir Samuel Savery
Papers of Sir Samuel Servington Savery
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Sir Samuel Servington Savery (Mar 1861-27 Dec 1938) was a Conservative Party politician in England. In 1893 he founded Bramcote School in Scarborough and served as it first Headmaster until 1909 and retired from the school two years later. He was elected Member of Parliament for Holderness in the 1923 General Election and held the seat until his death in 1938, aged 77. He was knighted on the 25th Feb 1937.
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