Knowledge Identifier: +Harry_Hylton-Foster
Born in 1905.
Countries: United Kingdom (55%), (27%), UK (18%)
Linked to: Conservative Party, Eton College, Labour Party, Magdalen College, Oxford
In 1954 Hylton-Foster was named as the Solicitor General for England and Wales and received his knighthood
The fact that he was serving as the Solicitor General when he was named as the Speaker of the House of Commons in 1959 was a source of some controversy, which was confounded by the fact that the Labour party felt they had been insufficiently consulted about the nomination
Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester - In 1965 a memorial of stone from Montfort-l'Amaury was laid on the site of the former altar by Speaker of the House of Commons Sir Harry Hylton-Foster and Archbishop of Canterbury Michael Ramsey