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Middlesex County Council

Elections

Chairmen

Coat of Arms

Members 1889-1919 Members 1919-37 Members 1937-46
Members 1946-49 Members 1949-58 Members 1958-61
Members 1961-65
Succeeded by:
Greater London Council

This is a list of the members of the Middlesex County Council 1889-1919.

The council was created by the Local Government Act 1888 and consisted of directly-elected councillors and aldermen who were chosen by the council itself. There was a ratio of one alderman to every three councillors.

A general election of all councillors was held every three years. One half of the aldermen, who had a six year term of office, retired at each election. Aldermanic vacancies were filled at the first council meeting following the triennial election.

Elections of the council were held on the following dates:

  • 29 January 1889 (Sat as a 'provisional' council until assuming powers on 1 April)
  • 2 March 1892
  • 5 March 1895
  • 2 March 1898
  • 4 March 1901
  • 2 March 1904
  • 6 March 1907
  • 2 March 1910
  • 5 March 1913

The election due to be held in 1916 was postponed due to the First World War.

There were no official party groups on the council in this period, and in many divisions elections were uncontested. Where a councillor or alderman was a member of a political party in a different context, or where a candidate was supported by a party this has been noted.

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Aldermen[]

From 1889-1904 the Middlesex County Council consisted of 18 aldermen in addition to the elected councillors.

At the first meeting of the county council in January 1889, eighteen aldermen were chosen. Ballots were then taken as to which aldermen would retire in 1892 (Group 1) and one in 1895 (Group 2). From 1892 all aldermen had a six-year term of office, half retiring at the same time as the election of councillors. Casual vacancies were filled at county council meetings.

In 1904 the number of aldermen was increased to nineteen to reflect an increase in the size of the council as a whole. A tenth seat was added to Group 1.

Under legislation passed during World War One the term of office of all councillors and aldermen was extended until the end of hostilities. The normal cycle began again in 1919, but with 20 aldermen and 60 councillors due to boundary changes.

The office of alderman was considered to be more prestigious than that of councillor. Long-serving councillors were often 'promoted' to the aldermanic bench after years of service. More controversially, councillors who had been rejected by the electorate could remain members of the council if their colleagues chose to make them aldermen.

Group 1 (retiring 1892, 1898, 1904 and 1910)[]

1889-92[]

1892-98[]

The nine out-going aldermen were all re-elected.

1898-1904[]

Eight out-going aldermen were re-elected. Charles Fortnum lost his seat to William Regester.

1904-10[]

Number of seats increased to ten. Benjamin Hardy lost his seat to Henry Burt.

1910-19[]

Elected to serve until 1916, term of office extended until 1919 under wartime legislation. Ford, Howard and the Earl of Lucan did not seek re-election.

Group 2 (retiring 1895, 1901, 1907 and 1913)[]

1889-95[]

  • Alexander Edward Miller - Queen's Counsel. Knighted 1889. Appointed legal member of the Governor General of India's Supreme Council in 1891. Forfeited seat in 1892 for failing to attend meeting for 12 months.
    • Andrew Pears - member of family of soap manufacturers. Elected 24 March 1892 in lieu of Miller.

1895-1901[]

The Earl of Strafford, Morton Latham and Sir Sydney Webb did not seek re-election in 1895.

  • Edmund William Garrett - outgoing councillor for Hendon. When the list of qualified voters were revised in September 1896 it was discovered he no longer qualified as an occupier of land and he resigned his seat.
  • (7th) Earl of Jersey

1901-07[]

Lingham, Pears and Williams did not seek re-election in 1901. Willans failed to be re-elected.

1907-13[]

Bevan and Cox did not seek re-election.

1913-19[]

The Earl of Jersey did not seek re-election.

Councillors[]

County councillors were elected for a three year term. In the list each term is listed. If a councillor's term did not correspond with the regular elections a superscript letter is added as follows:

  • B Elected at by-election
  • W Appointed to fill vacancy under war time legislation
  • D Died in office
  • R Resigned
  • A Elected to fill an aldermanic vacancy

Other offices held by the councillor are listed and biographical information in the footnotes. Early elections were mostly not held on party lines so political parties are not listed for all councillors.


Acton (2 Councillors)[]

Acton was originally divided into two divisions. At the first election the two divisions were grouped to elect two councillors jointly. At subsequent elections the two divisions returned a single councillor each.

Acton North & South Divisions[]

Acton North Division[]

Acton South Division[]

Brentford (2 Councillors)[]

Brentford was originally divided into two divisions. At the first election the two divisions were grouped to elect two councillors jointly. At subsequent elections the two divisions returned a single councillor each.

Brentford East & West Divisions[]

Brentford East Division[]

  • Thomas Layton 1892-95
  • Walter Henri Ernest Jackson 1895-98, 1898-1901
  • Henry Hammond Whitehead 1901-04, 1904-07
  • Joseph Thomas Taylor 1907-10, 1910-13
  • Forrester Clayton 1913-19 (1878-1942)

Brentford West Division[]

  • Archibald Sim Montgomery 1892-95
  • George Harman Jupp 1895-98, 1898-1901
  • Thomas Anthony Woodbridge 1901-04, 1904-07, 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19 (died 1928 aged 92)

Chiswick (2 Councillors)[]

Chiswick was originally divided into two divisions. At the first election the two divisions were grouped to elect two councillors jointly. At subsequent elections the two divisions returned a single councillor each.

Chiswick and Turnham Green Divisions[]

  • Dr William Bruce Gordon-Hogg[2] 1889-92 - Liberal Party candidate at Ealing at the 1885 General Election.
  • Francis Sich[3] 1889-92

Chiswick Division[]

  • Bernard Frerderic Hartzhorne 1892-95
  • William James Adamson 1895-98, 1898-1901, 1901-04, 1904-07
  • Percy Warnford-Davis 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Turnham Green Division[]

  • William John Compton 1892-95
  • Frederick Taylor 1895-98
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Robert William Shipway 1898-1901, 1901-04, 1904-07, 1907-10 (1841-1928)
  • Cecil Erskine Bovill 1910-13, 1913-19

Ealing (2 Councillors)[]

Ealing was originally divided into two divisions. At the first election the two divisions were grouped to elect two councillors jointly. At subsequent elections the two divisions returned a single councillor each.

Ealing North and South Divisions[]

Ealing North Division[]

Ealing South Division[]

  • Stephen Holman 1892-95 - President of Ealing Liberal Club, stood as Liberal Party candidate for Ealing at the 1892 General Election.
  • Henry Charles Green 1895-98, 1898-1901, 1901-04, 1904-07 - Mayor of Ealing 1901-02.
  • George Taylor 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-17D - Mayor of Ealing 1911-12. - died 17 May 1917.
  • George Charles Farr W1917-19 - appointed 26 July 1917.

Edmonton (2 Councillors, 3 from 1904)[]

Edmonton was originally divided into two divisions. At the first election the two divisions were grouped to elect two councillors jointly. At subsequent elections the two divisions returned a single councillor each.

Edmonton North and South Divisions[]

Edmonton North Division[]

  • Edward Sawyer 1892-95, 1895-98
  • Lyons Roden Sympson Walcott, Moderate, 1898-1901, 1901-04 (died 1918 aged 67)

Edmonton South Division[]

In 1904 the representation of Edmonton was increased to three seats on the county council with the redrawing of boundaries to create the electoral divisions of Bury Street, Church Street and Fore Street.

Edmonton, Bury Street Division[]

Edmonton, Church Street Division[]

  • Dr William Barnett Benjafield 1904-07
  • Richard Green 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Edmonton, Fore Street Division[]

Enfield (3 councillors)[]

Enfield was originally divided into three divisions. At the first election the three divisions were grouped to elect three councillors jointly. At subsequent elections the three divisions returned a single councillor each.

Enfield Central, East and West Divisions[]

Enfield Central Division[]

  • Howard Rumney 1892-95, 1895-97R[6]
  • John George Widdicombe B1897-98[7], 1898-1901, 1901-04
  • James Penny 1904-07, 1907-10
  • George Samuel Engel 1910-13
  • Alfred Bath 1913-19

Enfield East Division[]

  • John Josiah Wilson senior 1892-95, 1895-98
  • Dr William Pennefather Warren 1898-1901, 1901-04R[8]
  • David Weston 1904-07, 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Enfield West Division[]

  • Captain Henry Ferryman Bowles 1892-95, 1895-98, 1898-1901, 1901-1904, 1904-07, 1907-08A Member of Parliament for Enfield [9]
  • George Samuel Engel B1909-10[10]
  • Charles Louis Thompson 1910-19

Feltham (1 councillor)[]

Feltham Electoral Division comprised four civil parishes: Hanworth, Feltham, Ashford and East Bedfont. At the time of the creation of the county council they formed part of Staines Rural Sanitary District. In 1894 they became part of Staines Rural District and in 1904 Feltham parish was separated to form Feltham Urban District.

Finchley (2 councillors)[]

Finchley was originally divided into two divisions. At the first election the two divisions were grouped to elect two councillors jointly. At subsequent elections the two divisions returned a single councillor each.

Finchley North and South Divisions[]

Finchley North Division[]

Finchley South Division[]

Friern Barnet (1 councillor)[]

Friern Barnet Electoral Division originally consisted of the area of Friern Barnet Local Board and the part of the parish of South Mimms in Middlesex. In 1904 South Mimms was split off to become a single-member division and this division was identical in area to Friern Barnet Urban District.

  • Frank Naylor 1889-92, 1892-95, 1895-97R[16]
  • John Charles Feinaigle Barfield 1897B[17]-98, 1898-1901, 1901-1904, 1904-1907, 1907-1910 - Chairman of Friern Barnet Urban District Council. 1855-1927
  • Dr Thomas North 1910-1912R
  • Arthur Lord B1912-1913
  • Robert Bidgood 1913-1919

Hampton (1 councillor)[]

Hampton Electoral Division originally consisted of the parish of Hampton (in Kingston Rural Sanitary District) and Hampton Wick (the area of Hampton Wick Local Board)

Hanwell (1 councillor)[]

Hanwell Electoral Division originally consisted of the area of Hanwell Local Board and the parishes of Twyford Abbey, Great Greenford and Perivale in Brentford Rural Sanitary District. By 1895 the area comprised Hanwell Urban District and Greenford Urban District.

Harrow (1 councillor)[]

The Harrow Electoral Division originally comprised the part of the parish of Harrow-on-the-Hill within Hendon Rural Sanitary District. In 1894 these areas became Wealdstone Urban District and the parish of Harrow Weald.

Harrow Electoral Division was abolished in 1904, Wembley, Wealdstone and Kingsbury Urban Districts becoming part of the new Wembley Division. Marshall, the sitting councillor, was elected for Pinner Division.

Harrow-on-the-Hill (1 councillor)[]

The electoral division originally comprised he part of the parish of Harrow-on-the-Hill within the area of Harrow Local Board (subsequently Harrow-on-the-Hill Urban District)

Hayes (1 councillor)[]

The electoral division originally comprised the parishes of Harefield, Ickenham, Ruislip, Northolt and Hayes in Uxbridge Rural Sanitary District (Uxbridge Rural District from 1894). In 1904 the increasing urbanisation of the area saw Hayes and Ruislip becoming Urban Districts.

  • Walter Barnard Byles 1889-92, 1892-95
  • John Edward Allen 1895-98, 1898-99R[22]
  • William Hetherington Harris B1899-1901, 1901-04[23]
  • Edmund Rushworth Abbott 1904-07, 1907-10, 1913-19

Hendon (2 councillors)[]

In 1904 Hendon was divided into two divisions, each returning a single councillor.

Hendon, North East[]

  • Henry Lovejoy 1904-07
  • John Evans 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Hendon, South-West[]

  • Howard Trotman 1904-07
  • William Rhodes 1907-10, 1910-11R[26]
  • Jose Diaz B1911-13[27]
  • James Malcolm Lickfold 1913-19

Heston and Isleworth (3 councillors)[]

The area of Heston and Isleworth Local Board was divided into three electoral divisions, each returning a single councillor.

Heston Division[]

  • Peter Watson[28] 1889-92, 1892-95, 1895-98, 1898-1901
  • Robert Llewellyn Devonshire 1901-04, 1904-07
  • William George Lobjoit 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Hounslow Division[]

  • George Henley Barber 1889-92, 1892-95, 1895-98
  • James Marshall 1898-1901
  • George William Barber 1901-04, 1904-07, 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-18A - Barber became an alderman in December 1918 and the seat remained vacant until the next election in March 1919.

Isleworth Division[]

  • William Regester 1889-92, 1892-95, 1895-98 (Regester did not contest the seat and became an alderman after the 1898 election)
  • William Wisdom 1898-1901
  • John Lister Beck 1901-04
  • Edward Philip Stanley Alderson 1904-06D[29]
  • Harry Heldmann 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19 - had been the Liberal Party candidate for Brentford at the 1892 General Election.

Hillingdon (1 councillor)[]

The electoral division originally comprised the parishes of Cowley and West Drayton parishes and the part of Hillingdon parish in Uxbridge Rural Sanitary District.

  • John Finnis Stilwell[30] 1889-92, 1892-95, 1895-98, 1898-1901
  • Thomas Wild 1901-04, 1904-07, 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Hornsey (3 councillors - increased to 4 in 1901)[]

Hornsey was originally divided into three divisions. At the first election two of these, Finsbury Park and Hornsey, were grouped to elect two councillors jointly. The remaining division of Highgate elected a single councillor. At subsequent elections the divisions of Hornsey and Finsbury Park returned a single councillor each. In 1901, following the transfer of South Hornsey to the County of London, Hornsey was given a fourth councillor for the new division of Haringey.

Finsbury Park and Hornsey Divisions[]

  • Alexander Fowler 1889-92
  • Gilbert Robin 1889-92

Finsbury Park Division[]

  • Alexander Fowler 1892-95, 1895-98
  • Thomas Fraser Black 1898-1901, 1904-07
  • Frederick Edward Grayson 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Haringey Division (from 1901)[]

  • 1901-04: Edwin Willmott Sloper - Mayor of Hornsey 1907-08
  • 1904-07, 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19: Frederick George Andrew

Highgate Division[]

  • Henry Reader Williams 1889-92, 1892-95, 1895-96A[31] - Chairman of the Hornsey Local Board.
  • Henry Burt 1896-98, 1898-1901, 1901-04
  • William Walter Kelland 1904-07, 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Hornsey Division[]

  • Lieutenant-Colonel John William Bird 1892-95
  • William Pigot Wood 1895-98, 1898-1901, 1901-04, 1904-07
  • John George Abraham 1907-1910, 1910-12D[32]
  • Walter Gaskell B1912-13[33], 1913-18R[34] - Mayor of Hornsey 1910-11
  • Percy Fone Teychenné B1918-19[35]

Hornsey South (2 councillors)[]

The area of South Hornsey Local Board was divided into two electoral divisions. In 1894 this became South Hornsey Urban District and in 1900 it was absorbed by the County of London.

Hornsey South, Brownswood Park Division[]

Hornsey South, Milton Road Division[]

Norwood (1 councillor)[]

The electoral division originally comprised Norwood (Precinct) in Uxbridge Rural Sanitary District. This became Southall-Norwood Urban District.

  • William Frederick Thomas 1889-92
  • George Gosney 1892-95
  • George Gibson 1895-98
  • Benjamin George Hanson[39] 1898-1901, 1901-04 - He was the brother of Arthur Hanson (below)
  • Arthur James Hanson[40] 1904-07, 1907-10 - He was the brother of Benjamin Hanson (above)
  • Dr George B McDonald 1910-13
  • John James Wilson[41] 1913-19

Pinner (1 councillor)[]

Pinner Electoral Division was formed from part of Hendon Rural Sanitary District (the parishes of Pinner, Edgware, Great Stanmore, Little Stanmore and Kingsbury). In 1904 Kingsbury became part of the new Wembley Division. The Pinner Division, consisting of four parishes, was thereafter identical in area to the Hendon Rural District.

Southgate (2 councillors)[]

Southgate was originally divided into two divisions. At the first election the two divisions were grouped to elect two councillors jointly. At subsequent elections the two divisions returned a single councillor each.

Southgate North and South Divisions[]

  • Major Robert Kirkpatrick Taylor[47] 1889-92
  • William Burrows 1889-92

Southgate North Division[]

  • William Thomas Paulin 1892-95, 1895-98, 1898-1901
  • Richard Thomas Vivian 1901-04, 1904-07
  • John Taylor 1907-09
  • Harry John Emerton B1910[48], 1910-13, 1913-19

Southgate South Division[]

  • William Burrows 1892-95, 1895-98
  • Charles Deakin 1898-1901
  • Arthur Rowland Barker 1901-04
  • Charles Peek 1904-07
  • William Samuel Glyn-Jones 1907-10
  • Harry Godwin 1910-13, 1913-19

South Mimms (1 councillor)[]

Split off from Friern Barnet Division in 1904. Comprised South Mimms Rural District.

  • Hayward Radcliffe Darlington 1904-07, 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Staines (1 councillor)[]

  • John Ashby 1889-92, 1892-95, 1895-98, 1898-1901, 1901-04, 1904-07
  • Charles Leete Attenborough 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Stanwell (1 councillor)[]

The electoral division was formed from Stanwell, Cranford, Harlington and Harmondsworth parishes in Staines Rural Sanitary District (later Staines Rural District).

Sunbury (1 councillor)[]

The electoral division comprised Laleham, Littleton, Shepperton and Sunbury parishes in Staines Rural Sanitary District. These became Sunbury-on-Thames Urban District and part of Staines Rural District.

  • Colonel William Horatio Harfield[52] 1889-92, 1892-95
  • Thomas Croysdale 1895-98, 1898-1901, 1901-04, 1904-07, 1907-10
  • Charles William Mackay Price 1910-13 - Conservative Party Member of Parliament for Pembrokeshire 1924-29.
  • William John Handfield Haslett M.R.C.S. 1913-19

Teddington (1 councillor)[]

The electoral division originally comprised the area of Teddington Local Board, later Urban District.

Tottenham (5 councillors, 6 from 1904)[]

The area of Tottenham Local Board (later Urban District) was originally divided into five electoral divisions. It was increased to six divisions in 1904.

Tottenham Harringay Division[]

The Division was created in 1904

Tottenham High Cross Division[]

Tottenham Lower Division[]

  • George Gripper[57] 1889-92
  • Henry Josiah Pollard 1892-95, born 1846
  • Charles David Roberts 1895-98, 1898-1901, 1901-04, 1904-07, 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Tottenham Middle Division[]

Tottenham St Ann's Division[]

  • Benjamin Goodwin 1889-92, 1892-95
  • Frederick Jenkins 1895-98, 1898-1901, 1901-04, 1904-07, 1907-10, 1910-12A
  • Charles Edward Brown B[58]1912-13, 1913-19

Tottenham West Green Division[]

  • Alfred Mountford Smith 1889-92, 1892-95, 1895-97D[59]
  • William Beasley B1897-98[60], 1898-1901, 1901-04, 1904-07, 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Twickenham (2 councillors)[]

Twickenham was originally divided into two divisions. At the first election the two divisions were grouped to elect two councillors jointly. At subsequent elections the two divisions returned a single councillor each.

Twickenham East and West Divisions[]

Twickenham East Division[]

Twickenham West Division[]

Uxbridge (1 councillor)[]

The electoral division originally comprised Uxbridge and that part of the parish of Hillingdon in the area of Uxbridge Local Board. This became Uxbridge Urban District in 1894.

  • Sir William Henry Stephenson KCB 1889-92, 1892-95
  • Henry William Woodbridge 1895-98, 1898-1901
  • James Maurice Norman 1901-04, 1904-07 - Chairman of Uxbridge Urban District Council 1895-99
  • Daniel Herbert Grimsdale[63] 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19 1864-1930

Wembley (1 councillor)[]

The electoral division was formed in 1904 and consisted of Wembley Urban District and Kingsbury Urban District. It was formed from the abolished Harrow division and part of Pinner Division.

Willesden (4 councillors, 5 from 1901, 6 from 1907)[]

The area of Willesden Local Board was originally divided into four divisions. At the first election these were grouped together, electing four councillors jointly. At subsequent elections they returned one councillor each. The number of divisions was increased to five in 1907 and to six in 1910 and the division boundaries and names were again altered.

Kilburn North, Kilburn South, Willesden East and Willesden West Divisions[]

Harlesden[]

Created 1907 by boundary changes

  • George James Furness (previously councillor for Willesden West) 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Kensal Green[]

Created 1901 by splitting of Willesden East Division.

Kilburn North Division[]

Kilburn South Division[]

Willesden, Church End[]

Division created by boundary changes 1907

  • Frank Ernest Metcalfe 1907-10, 1910-13, 1913-19

Willesden East Division[]

In 1901 the representation of Willesden was increased by one seat. The existing Willesden East Division, which comprised two wards of the urban district, was split. Kensal Green Division, identical to Kensal Green ward was created while the remaining ward, Willesden Green, became a smaller Willesden East Division. Pinkham became councillor for new Kensal Green Division.

  • Charles Cowley 1901-04, 1904-07, 1907-09R [73]
  • John James Hanbury B1909-10.

Division renamed Willesden Green 1910.

Willesden Green Division[]

Renamed from Willesden East 1910.

Willesden West Division[]

  • Frederick Augustus Wood 1892-95
  • Timothy Smith 1895-98
  • Charles Penny 1898-1901
  • George James Furness 1901-04, 1904-07

Division abolished by boundary changes 1907. Furness became councillor for new Harlesden Division.

Wood Green (2 councillors)[]

Wood Green was originally divided into two divisions. At the first election the two divisions were grouped to elect two councillors jointly. At subsequent elections the two divisions returned a single councillor each.

Wood Green East and West Divisions[]

Wood Green East Division[]

Wood Green West Division[]

References and Footnotes[]

  1. Montgomery was a timber merchant and naturalist [1]. Born 1843
  2. Gordon-Hogg was coroner for the Western Division of Middlesex at the time of his death in 1915 [2]
  3. 1857-1912
  4. Doe was a director of the General Assurance Company
  5. A solicitor
  6. Resigned March 1897
  7. Elected at by-election April 1897
  8. Vacant at dissolution: Warren had resigned on becoming a candidate for the coronership. He did not gain the office and contested the 1904 election.
  9. Became an alderman in December 1908
  10. Elected January 1909
  11. Quihampton was a stockbroker
  12. Died 28 November 1907 aged 75. Founder of a firm of provision merchants.
  13. Imray was President of the Chartered Institute of Patent Agents 1884-86 [3]
  14. Resigned February 1896
  15. Elected March 1896
  16. Resigned March 1897
  17. Elected April 1897
  18. A Swiss-born banker
  19. Died 29 October 1898. Chairman of Hanwell Urban District Council. Obituary in Middlesex County Times 5 November 1898.
  20. Elected at a by-election in November 1898
  21. Appointed to fill vacancy under wartime legislation 25 November 1915
  22. Resigned March 1899
  23. Did not seek re-election in 1904 on medical advice. School master and noted bee-keeper. Died 16 December 1908. Obituary the British Bee Journal & Bee-keepers Adviser of 1909.
  24. Died 8 February 1899
  25. Elected unopposed to fill vacancy 1 March 1899.
  26. Seat declared vacant 23 February 1911 due to Rhodes' bankruptcy.
  27. Elected at by-election 15 March 1911
  28. Stockbroker
  29. Died by suicide 1906
  30. Born 1847
  31. Became an alderman 22 October 1896
  32. Died 5 July 1912
  33. Elected at a by-election 20 July 1912
  34. Resigned 1918
  35. Elected at by-election December 1918.
  36. Brother of the Vicar of Shoreditch
  37. Resigned 26 April 1894
  38. Elected 13 May 1894
  39. Builder, born 29 March 1846, died 19 June 1927)
  40. Retired builder
  41. Retired schoolteacher
  42. 1838-1922
  43. Resigned November 1905
  44. Builder. Born 1855 in Pinner: 'British subject by parentage', died 9 November 1926
  45. Obituary in the Uxbridge and West Drayton Cazzette 12 November 1926
  46. Elected unopposed at a by-election on 12 December 1905
  47. Died 1901 aged 66
  48. Elected at by-election in January 1910
  49. [4]
  50. Elected unopposed at a by-election March 1899
  51. Elected at a by-election 5 March 1913
  52. Mechanical engineer [5] [6]
  53. died 28 October 1890. Obituary in Hackney and Kingsland Gazette, 31 October 1890
  54. Elected at a by-election December 1890
  55. Elected an alderman April 1906
  56. Elected at by-election 26 June 1906
  57. Brewer
  58. Vice-Chairman of Tottenham Urban District Council. Elected at a by-election in August 1912
  59. Died March 1897
  60. Elected at by-election April 1897
  61. Elected at by-election 29 March 1897
  62. Resigned February 1899
  63. Corn merchant.
  64. Wodfield resigned on 2 December 1915
  65. Appointed 24 February 1916
  66. [7]
  67. Furness was a contractor and engineer [8]
  68. Elected at a by-election April 1907
  69. Resigned on being appointed Deputy Coroner for Western Division of Middlesex (and thus a county council employee) in February 1916
  70. Appointed March 1916
  71. Purveyor of meat
  72. Draper
  73. Ceased to be qualified to sit as a county councillor.
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