Sir Joseph Gurney Pease, 5th Baronet (born 16 November 1927) is a British hotelier and a Liberal Party politician.
Gurney Pease is the second son of Alfred Edward Pease, and his 3rd wife, Emily Elizabeth Smith. His elder brother would become Sir Alfred Vincent Pease, 4th Baronet. He was educated at Bootham School,York. In 1953 he married Shelagh Munro Bulman. They have one son, Charles Edward Gurney Pease, and one daughter, Jane Elizabeth Gurney Pease. In 2008 he succeeded his brother Vincent to the family baronetcy.
Gurney Pease was a director and secretary of a private company of hotel proprietors.
In 1950 Gurney Pease was elected to Guisborough Urban District Council, on which he served one three-year term. He was vice-chairman of Darlington Liberal Association. He was Liberal candidate for the Bishop Auckland division of County Durham at the 1959 General Election.
|Labour gain from Conservative||Swing|
|Labour||Joseph Norman David Weedall||9,791||24.1|
He did not stand for parliament again.
|Baronetage of the United Kingdom|
Alfred Vincent Pease
(Pease of Hutton Lowcross and Pinchinthorpe)
heir apparent - Charles Edward Gurney Pease