Russell Spokes (1 October 1865 - 22 April 1906) was an accountant and politician.

Born in Berkshire, he was the fourth son of Sir Peter Spokes a banker and Mayor of Reading and his wife Rebecca neé Silverthorne.

Progressive Party member of the London County Council representing Newington, Walworth 1895-1906.

He made a number of attempts to won a seat in the House of Commons as a Liberal Party candidate without success. In December 1905 he withdrew his name as prospective candidate for St Pancras West due to illness.

Shareholder in the Grosvenor Hotel [1]

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