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Thomas Charles Reginald Agar-Robartes (22 May 1880 – 30 September 1915) was a British Liberal politician. Tommy Agar-Robartes was the eldest son and heir of Thomas Agar-Robartes, 6th Viscount Clifden, and his wife Mary (née Dickenson) and was brought up at Lanhydrock House, Bodmin. He was elected Member of Parliament for Bodmin in the 1906 general election, but lost his seat in June 1906 following a controversial election petition by the defeated candidate alleging illegal payments to potential voters. He was elected to the St Austell Division of Cornwall in a by-election in 1908 and held the seat until his death. At the outbreak of World War I he joined the Royal Bucks Hussars as an officer. Tommy then joined the Coldstream Guards and was subsequently posted to France & Flanders. Captain The Honourable Thomas Charles Reginald Agar-Robartes, in command of No. 2 Coy, 1st Bn, the Coldstream Guards, was wounded in the Battle of Loos on 28 September and killed by a sniper on 30 September 1915[1] after rescuing a wounded comrade under heavy fire for which he was recommended for the Victoria Cross. He is buried in Lapugnoy Military Cemetery, near Béthune. He is commemorated by a memorial in Truro Cathedral[2] and in stained glass at Wimpole[3] and Church Norton.[4] His younger brother Francis later succeeded their father in the viscountcy. References ^ CWGC entry ^ ^ Wimpole Parish Church at ^ West Sussex County Council: Heritage at Leigh Rayment's Historical List of MPs Wimpole War Memorial Parliament of the United Kingdom Preceded by Sir Lewis Molesworth Member of Parliament for Bodmin 1906–1906 Succeeded by Freeman Freeman-Thomas Preceded by William Alexander McArthur Member of Parliament for St Austell 1908–1915 Succeeded by Sir Francis Layland-Barratt Persondata Name Agar-Robartes, Thomas Alternative names Short description Date of birth 22 May 1880 Place of birth Date of death 30 September 1915 Place of death This article about a British politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This biographical article related to the British Army is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e