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Patricia Hornsby-Smith, Baroness Hornsby-Smith (Margaret Patricia Hornsby-Smith) was born on 17 March, 1914 in East Sheen, Surrey, UK. Discover Patricia Hornsby-Smith, Baroness Hornsby-Smith’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 71 years old?

Popular As Margaret Patricia Hornsby-Smith
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Age 71 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 17 March 1914
Birthday 17 March
Birthplace East Sheen, Surrey, UK
Date of death (1985-07-03)
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Nationality United Kingdom

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Lady Hornsby Smith was portrayed in the 2008 drama The Long Walk to Finchley (by actress Sylvestra Le Touzel).


Patricia Hornsby-Smith died on 3 July 1985 in Westminster. Her funeral was held at Mortlake five days later. A memorial service was held on 29 October 1985 at St Margaret’s, Westminster. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher read one of the lessons.


Constituency boundary changes implemented in the February 1974 general election encouraged Hornsby-Smith to allow Roger Sims to stand for Chislehurst, and to compete instead for the new constituency of Sidcup. However, Edward Heath also selected to run for Sidcup so Hornsby-Smith stood in another new seat; Aldridge-Brownhills. She lost to the Labour candidate Geoff Edge by just 366 votes.

Hornsby-Smith was subsequently elevated to a life peerage on 13 May 1974 as Baroness Hornsby-Smith, of Chislehurst in the County of Kent.


At the 1966 election, she lost her seat to Labour’s Alistair Macdonald, by a majority of only 810. Four years later, at the 1970 election, she regained the seat with a majority of 3363.


In 1964 she presented the Nurses Act to Parliament. She was appointed a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in September 1961.


She was re-elected at the next four general elections (1951, 1955, 1959, 1964), served as Parliamentary Secretary 1951 – 1957 and was made a Privy Counsellor in 1959.


Her political career took off after the war. She was elected for a term on Barnes council where she served from 1945 – 1949. At the 1950 general election, she was elected as Member of Parliament for Chislehurst, winning a majority of only 167 votes over the sitting Labour MP, George Wallace.


During the war she undertook voluntary work. In 1941 she took a job in the civil service as Principal Private Secretary to Lord Selborne, the minister of economic warfare, a post she held until the end of the war.


Margaret Patricia Hornsby-Smith, Baroness Hornsby-Smith, DBE, PC (17 March 1914 – 3 July 1985) was a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom.

Margaret Patricia Hornsby-Smith was born 17 March 1914 in East Sheen, the second child and only daughter of shopkeeper Frederick Charles Hornsby-Smith, a saddle dealer and master umbrella maker, and his wife, Ellen (née Minter). She was educated at the local elementary school, and at Richmond County School for Girls. After leaving school she worked as a private secretary for several firms and for an employers’ federation. Her interest in politics was established early and she joined the Junior Imperial League at the age of sixteen. The following year she was invited to join the Conservative Party’s supporting team of speakers for the 1931 election campaign.