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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (February 2007) The Moray and Nairn by-election, 1922 was a parliamentary by-election held for the British House of Commons constituency of Moray and Nairn on 21st June 1922. The seat had become vacant when the Coalition Liberal Member of Parliament (MP) Archibald Williamson, 1st Baron Forres was elevated to the peerage as Baron Forres. He had held the seat since its creation at the 1918 general election. The Coalition Liberal candidate, Thomas Maule Guthrie, was returned unopposed. He represented the constituency until his defeat at the 1923 general election. See also Moray and Nairn (UK Parliament constituency) List of United Kingdom by-elections v · d · e« 30th Parliament «   By-elections to the 31st Parliament of the United Kingdom   » 32nd Parliament » 1919 February: Liverpool West Derby • March: Leyton West • North Londonderry • Oxford University • Hull Central • April: Aberdeenshire and Kincardineshire Central • May: East Antrim • July: Swansea East • Bothwell • Dublin University • August: Widnes • September: Pontefract • October: Manchester Rusholme • November: Chester-le-Street • Croydon South • Isle of Thanet • Plymouth Sutton • December: St Albans • Bromley • Spen Valley 1920 January: Ashton-under-Lyne • February: The Wrekin • Paisley • Horncastle • March: Argyll • Dartford • Stockport • Basingstoke • Camberwell North West • April: Northampton • Edinburgh North • Edinburgh South • Sunderland • June: Louth • Nelson and Colne • July: Ebbw Vale • South Norfolk • Woodbridge • September: Ilford • November: Hemel Hempstead • The Wrekin • Middleton and Prestwich • December: Abertillery • Rhondda West 1921 January: Hereford • Dover • February: Cardiganshire • March: Woolwich East • Dudley • Birmingham Moseley • Kirkcaldy Burghs • Penistone • Birmingham West • April: Taunton • Bristol West • Glasgow Pollok • East Dorset • Bewdley • Eddisbury • Bedford • Chichester • May: Hastings • Penrith and Cockermouth • Abingdon • Orkney and Shetland • June: Belfast Duncairn • Mid Armagh • North Down • West Down • July: Mid Down • Westminster St George's • Heywood and Radcliffe • Hertford • August: Caerphilly • Westminster Abbey • South Londonderry • September: Lewisham West • Louth • October: Westhoughton • November: Hornsey • December: Southwark South East 1922 January: Ludlow • Tamworth • South Londonderry • February: West Down • Manchester Clayton • Camberwell North • North Down • Bodmin • March: Wolverhampton West • Liverpool Exchange • Cambridge • Inverness • Chertsey • Leicester East • May: Wandsworth • City of London • June: North Londonderry • Newbury • Moray and Nairn • Banbury • Nottingham East • July: Gower • North Down • Pontypridd • August: Hackney South • October: Newport Lists of UK by-elections: 1868–1885 • 1885–1900 • 1900–1918 • 1918–1931 • 1931–1950 • 1950–1979 • 1979–present