Andrew Bonar Law

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The Rt Hon Andrew Bonar Law
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
In office
23 October 1922 – 22 May 1923
Preceded by David Lloyd George
Succeeded by Stanley Baldwin
Chancellor of the Exchequer
In office
10 December 1916 – 10 January 1919
Prime Minister David Lloyd George
Preceded by Reginald McKenna
Succeeded by Austen Chamberlain
Personal details
Born 16 September 1858(1858-09-16)
Rexton, New Brunswick, Canada
Died 30 October 1923(1923-10-30) (aged 65)
London, England
Political party Conservative
Spouse(s) Annie Pitcairn Robley
Religion Presbyterian

Andrew Bonar Law (16 September 1858 - 30 October 1923) was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Bonar Law was elected to Parliament in 1900 as a member of the Conservative Party. Bonar Law became leader of the Conservative Party in 1911. He was Lloyd George's Chancellor of the Exchequer and Leader of the House of Commons while Lloyd George was Prime Minister during World War I

Bonar Law became Prime Minister in October of 1922. He found out he had throat cancer and resigned in May of 1923. He died on 30 October 1923.

Bonar Law's home in New Brunswick where he lived until the age of 12. The house overlooks the Richibucto River.