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Edmond Robert Wodehouse PC (3 June 1835 – 14 December 1914), was a British Unionist politician.

Wodehouse was the only child of Sir Philip Edmond Wodehouse, Governor of Bombay, and Katherine Mary Templer. His great-grandfather Thomas Wodehouse was a younger son of Sir Armine Wodehouse, 5th Baronet, whose eldest son John Wodehouse, 1st Baron Wodehouse, was the ancestor of the Earls of Kimberley. Wodehouse was elected to the House of Commons for Bath in 1880, a seat he held until 1906. In 1898 he was admitted to the Privy Council.

Wodehouse married Adele Sophia Harriett Bagot, daughter of Reverend Charles Walter Bagot, in 1876. He died in December 1914, aged 79.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Sir Arthur Divett Hayter
Nathaniel George Philips Bousfield
Member of Parliament for Bath
1880–1906
With: Sir Arthur Divett Hayter 1880–1885
Robert Stickney Blaine 1885–1886
Robert Peter Laurie 1886–1892
Sir Charles Wyndham Murray 1892–1906
Succeeded by
Donald Maclean
George Peabody Gooch

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