Adrian Charles Moreing (4 July 1892 – 10 July 1940) was a Conservative Party politician.

Moreing was born in July 1892 in Paddington, the younger son of Charles A Moreing, a civil and mining engineer originally from New South Wales, Australia.[1][2]

Educated at Winchester College and Trinity College, Cambridge, he entered the Inner Temple to study for the bar. He did not become a barrister, instead becoming a solicitor. He was a partner in the firm of Bewick, Moreing and Company, a legal firm who specialised in mining interests. Moreing travelled much of the world in this capacity, and was a director of a number of mining companies.[2]

Early in the First World War he received a commission into the 3rd London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), Territorial Force, and first entered France with its 1st Battalion's arrival on the Western Front in January 1915. He was discharged at the end of his military career with the rank of Captain.[3]

He was married twice, first to Joan Brunton in 1916 and in 1934 he married Dorothy Haworth of Lancashire.[2]

Moreing was a Municipal Reform Party councillor on the London County Council representing St Pancras South West from 1925-34.[4] From 1927-34 he was the party's whip on the council. He was the council's representative on the Port of London Authority.[2]

He was elected as Member of Parliament for Preston at the 1931 general election, and held the seat until his death in 1940.

He died in July 1940, in Esher, Surrey.[2]

Wikipedia page [1].


  1. 1911 England Census
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 "Obituary: Mr C Moreing M.P.". The Times. 12 July 1940. 
  3. Medal Index Card, The National Archive, Kew
  4. Jackson, W Eric (1965). Achievement. A short History of the LCC.. Longmans. p. 274. 

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