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Middlesex County Council

Elections

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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

List of members of Middlesex County Council 1919-1937.

There had been no elections since 1913 due to the First World War, and the council had filled casual vacancies by co-option under wartime legislation.

The county council was made up of three quarters elected councillors and one quarter aldermen chosen by the council.

There were triennial elections of all county councillors. At the meeting following each election the council elected county aldermen. Aldermen had a six-year term of office and half of their number (Group 1 or 2) was chosen every three years.

Elections were held on:

  • 8 March 1919 - 59 councillors elected for single-member electoral divisions
    • 10 aldermen elected (Group 1)
  • 2 March 1922 - 60 councillors, due to addition of new Wealdstone Electoral Division.
    • 10 aldermen elected (Group 2)
  • 4 March 1925 - increased from 60 divisions to 74. Number of aldermen increased by 4 to 24, giving the council a total of 98 members.
    • 14 aldermen elected: 12 in Group 1, 2 in Group 2.
  • 7 March 1928 - 74 councillors elected.
    • 12 aldermen elected (Group 2)
  • 2 March 1931. - 74 councillors elected.
    • The election of a 75th councillor for the new Kingsbury Division was held on 27 April 1931.
    • 12 aldermen elected (Group 1)
      • An additional alderman was appointed to Group 1 in May 1931, bringing the size of the council to 100.
  • 5 March 1934 - 75 councillors elected
    • 12 aldermen elected (Group 2)

Casual vacancies were filled by by-elections which were frequently uncontested.

There was a complete redrawing of boundaries for the 1937 election, reflecting the large local government and population changes that had taken place during the 1930s.

Contents

Aldermen[]

Group 1 (retiring 1925, 1931, 1937)[]

1919-25[]

Group 1 aldermen had their term of office extended from 1916. The eight outgoing aldermen were all re-elected. Alexander Robertson and Henry Burt retired and their places filled by councillors Dobson and Lobjoit.

1925-31[]

The council was enlarged to 70 councillors and 24 aldermen. Accordingly, both Group 1 and Group 2 were increased to 12 aldermen. This necessitated the filling of the 10 seats made vacant by rotation in Group 1 and the filling of the 4 new seats, 2 of which were in Group 2. Of the 10 retiring aldermen two did not seek re-election (Regester and Carlyon)

1931-37[]

11 of the 12 retiring aldermen were re-elected. Alfred Bath was not re-elected, his seat being taken by Gertrude Barnes, first female alderman. She and N D Allbless tied with 24 votes each and she was elected by the chairman's casting vote. Allbless became an alderman when an extra seat was created two months later.

  • George Marlow Reed
  • Howard Stransom Button
  • Cecil Fane De Salis
  • Oliver Frederick Broadway
    • Broadway died on 16 May 1933. Flora May Baker (councillor for Hayes) was elected to fill the vacancy in July 1933.

In May 1931 an additional aldermanic seat was created.

  • Nowrojee Dadabhoy Allbless (councillor for Hampton) (died November 1935)
    • Ernest Charles Fawley (councillor for Haringey) (elected 26 December 1935)

Group 2 (retiring 1922, 1928, 1934)[]

1919-22[]

The term of office of aldermen in group 2 was extended from 1919 to 1922. They had originally been elected in 1913 or as wartime appointments shown in brackets.

1922-28[]

The number of aldermen in Group Two was increased from 9 to 10. All retiring aldermen were re-elected.

  • Charles Leete Attenborough (new seat) [4]

In March 1925 two additional aldermen were allocated to Group 2, with their term of office expiring in 1928.

  • Hayward Radcliffe Darlington (outgoing councillor for South Mimms)
  • Basil Holmes (outgoing councillor for Ealing North)

1928-34[]

All outgoing 12 outgoing aldermen were nominated for re-election in March 1928. There was only one change: John Kent was defeated by Sir William Prescott. Kent had been an alderman for less than a month. He returned to the council in 1931 in his old seat of Acton North West.

1934-40[]

11 out of 12 outgoing aldermen were nominated for re-election in March 1934, Alfred Perkin choosing to retire. There was only one change: the retired councillor for Kilburn North took the remaining seat. All aldermen selected were members of the Conservative Party, despite the protests of Labour and Independent members. The Labour Party had one third of the elected councillors following the 1934 election.

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Acton (Increased from 2 to 3 seats in 1925) === Acton Urban District was divided into two divisions (North and South) in 1919. In 1925 what had become the Municipal Borough of Acton was divided into three divisions: North-East, North-West and South.

Acton North Division (until 1925)[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: John Kent

Acton North-East Division (1925-37)[]

Acton North-West Division (1925-37)[]

Acton South Division (1919-37)[]

  • 1919-22: Frederick William Carter senior (Labour Party)
  • 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31: Gertrude Barnes
  • 1931-34: James Alfred Wilkes
  • 1934: William McLaine (Labour Party) elected but could not take seat. - McLaine was a lecturer at Acton Technical College and therefore an employee of Middlesex County Council. Although he was declared elected, when he went to take his seat he was told he was disqualified. It then emerged he could not resign nor could the seat be declared vacant. It was not until November 1934 that the legal situation was clarified. A by-election was held on 18 January 1935.
  • B1935-37: Frederick William Carter senior (Labour Party)

Brentford (2 seats)[]

Brentford Urban District was divided into two divisions in 1919. In 1927 it was merged with the neighbouring Chiswick Urban District but this made no change to county council representation.

Brentford East Division[]

Brentford West Division[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: William Henry Mills

Chiswick (2 seats 1919-25, 3 seats 1925-37)[]

Chiswick Urban District was divided into two divisions (Chiswick and Turnham Green) in 1919. In 1925 the number of divisions was increased to three (East, North and South). In 1927 it was merged with the neighbouring Brentford Urban District but this had no effect on county council representation.

Chiswick Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: Thomas Arthur King

Chiswick East Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Harry Johnson

Chiswick North Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28, 1928-31: Sidney H Godfrey
  • 1931-34, 1934-37: Thomas William Stroud

Chiswick South Division (1925-37)[]

Turnham Green Division (1919-25)[]

Ealing (2 seats 1919-1925, 4 seats 1925-28, 5 seats 1928-37)[]

The Municipal Borough of Ealing was divided into two divisions in (North and South) in 1919. The number of divisions was increased to four (North-East, North-West, South-East, South-West) in 1925. In 1928 the number of divisions was increased to five (Central, East, North-West, South, South-West) to reflect the expansion of the borough's boundaries - it had absorbed Greenford and Hanwell Urban Districts in 1926.

Ealing Central Division (1928-37)[]

  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Frederick Hall-Jones[7]

Ealing East Division (1928-37)[]

  • 1928-31: Walter John Dickens
  • 1931-34, 1934-37: Harold Joseph Stowell - Mayor of Ealing 1931-32.

Ealing North Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: Basil Holmes

Ealing North-East Division (1925-28)[]

  • 1925-28: Walter John Dickens

Ealing North-West Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28: Frederick Hall-Jones- Mayor of Ealing 1920-22. Became councillor for Central Division in 1928.

Ealing South Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-22: George Charles Farr - died January 1922, seat left vacant until next election.
  • 1922-25: John Sidney King

Ealing South Division (1928-37)[]

  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: John Charles Fuller

Ealing South-East Division (1925-28)[]

  • 1925-28: John Charles Fuller

Ealing South-West Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28, 1928-31: Alfred Hugh Chilton
  • 1931-34, 1934-37: Elizabeth Annie Brooks

Edmonton (3 seats)[]

Edmonton Urban District was divided into three divisions.

Edmonton Bury Street Division[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34: Henry Barrass (Labour Party)
  • 1934-37: Stanley Norman Chapman (Labour Party)

Edmonton Church Street Division[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: William Alfred Cull
  • 1925-28: Percival William Dashwood
  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Louisa Rhoda Ithell (Labour Party)

Edmonton Fore Street Division[]

  • 1919-22, 1922A: William Delhi Cornish
  • B1922-25: John Andrew Kilbride
  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: William Tatton Harris (Labour Party)

Enfield (3 seats 1919-25, 4 seats 1925-37)[]

In 1919 Enfield Urban District was divided into three divisions: Central, East and West. In 1925 it was divided into four divisions: Central, Ordnance, Ponders End, West.

Enfield Central Division (1919-37)[]

  • 1919-22: Henry William Middleton
  • 1922-25: Alfred Bath
  • 1925-28: Sidney Herbert Fussell
  • 1928-31: Henrietta Rothwell
  • 1931-34: Blanche Sophia Rider
  • 1934-37: Geoffrey Maber Sparrow

Enfield East Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: David Weston

Enfield Ordnance Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28: Robert S Brown
  • 1928-31, 1931-34: Henry Edwin Honnor
  • 1934-37: Elizabeth Maud Squire

Enfield Ponder's End Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28: Frederick James Spackman
  • 1928-31: Frederick Charles Owen Minns (Conservative Party)
  • 1931-34: Alice Emma Heath (Labour Party)
  • 1934-37: Thomas H M Clarke

Enfield West Division (1919-37)[]

  • 1919-22: John Spencer Hill
  • 1922-25, 1925-28: James Busfield
  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Edward White Edwardson

Feltham (1 seat)[]

Formed in 1919 from Feltham Urban District and three parishes in Staines Rural District (Ashford, East Bedfont and Hanworth). In 1930 the rural district was abolished with East Bedfont and Hanworth being added to Feltham UD while Ashford was absorbed by Staines Urban District. No changes were made for county council elections until 1937.

  • 1919-21R: William Langstaff Ainslie[8]
  • B1921-22, 1922-25, 1925-28: Thomas James Fear - Liberal Party [9]
  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Reginald George Ridge

Finchley (2 seats 1919-25, 3 seats 1925-37)[]

Finchley Urban District was divided into North and South divisions in 1919. In 1925 the number of divisions was increased to three (East, North, West).

Finchley East Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28, 1928-31: Thomas W Hicks MBE
  • 1931-34, 1934-37: Francis Eric James

Finchley North Division (1919-37)[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: Walter Cornelius Cope - became councillor for Finchley West in 1925.
  • 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: William Newcome Wright

Finchley South Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-21A: Benjamin Todd[10]
  • B1921-22, 922-25: Charles Stephen Syrett [11]

Finchley West Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: John Boggon

Friern Barnet[]

Friern Barnet Urban District.

  • 1919-22, 1922-25, 1925-28: Major Arthur John Gale OBE
  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Charles Henry Barber

Hampton[]

  • 1919-22, 1925-28, 1928-31: Nowrojee Dadabhoy Allbless
  • 1931-34: William Thomson
  • 1934-37: David Ferguson Chalmers

Hanwell (1919-28)[]

Consisted of the Urban Districts of Greenford and Hanwell. The two areas were absorbed by Municipal Borough of Ealing in 1926 and included in the Ealing divisions from 1928.

  • 1919-20D: James Morley
  • B1920-22, 1922-25: William Pywell [12] - Chairman of Hanwell Urban District Council at time of election in 1920.
  • 1925-28: Herbert James Baker - became councillor for Ealing North-West Division in 1928.

Harrow-on-the-Hill[]

  • 1919-22D: Brian Piers Lascelles[13] Three times Chairman of Harrow on the Hill Urban District Council. Died January 1922, seat vacant until next election.
  • 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-33A: Lt-Col. Montagu Francis Markham Sloane Kittoe[14] Seat vacant December 1933 until March 1934.
  • 1934-37: John Roberts Crichton

Hayes[]

In 1925: Ruislip-Northwood Urban District, Hayes Urban District and part of Uxbridge Rural District (the parishes of Ickenham, Harefield and Northolt). In 1928 and 1929 the rural parishes were absorbed by the Borough of Ealing, Uxbridge Urban District and Harrow on the Hill Urban District while in 1930 Hayes Urban District was enlarged to become Hayes and Harlington Urban District, but there was no change in boundaries for county council elections.

  • 1919-22: Ben Smith[15]
  • 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-33A: Flora May Baker
  • B1933-34[16], 1934-37: Miele Eleanora Cecily Dore

Hendon (2 seats 1919-25, 3 seats 1925-37)[]

Hendon Urban District was divided into two divisions (North-East and South-West) in 1919. In 1925 it was divided into three divisions (East, North and West)

Hendon East Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28: Arthur James Reynolds
  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: William Reginald Clemens

Hendon North Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34: Charles Wright
  • 1934-37: Frank Cottrell Rice

Hendon North-East Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: Charles Wright

Hendon South West Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-22: Edith How-Martyn
  • 1922-25: Arthur James Reynolds

Hendon West Division (1925-1937)[]

Child's Hill and West Hendon wards

Heston and Isleworth (3 seats)[]

Heston and Isleworth Urban District (Municipal Borough from 1932) was divided into three divisions.

Heston Division[]

  • 1919A: William George Lobjoit[17]
  • B1919-22, 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: William Henry Fenton[18]

Hounslow Division[]

  • 1919-21D: William Funge - died February 1921.
  • B1921-22, 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31: Arthur Alfred Bergin[19]
  • 1931-34, 1934-37: Percy Chase Gardener

Isleworth Division[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34: Joseph Weathers
  • 1934-37: Arthington Worsley

Hillingdon[]

Formed in 1919 from part of Uxbridge Rural District: the parishes of West Drayton, Yiewsley, Hillingdon East and Cowley. By 1929 these parishes formed parts of Uxbridge and Yiewsley and West Drayton Urban Districts but there was no change in county council representation.

Hornsey (4 seats 1919-25, 5 seats 1925-37)[]

In 1919 the Municipal Borough of Hornsey was divided into four divisions. In 1925 this was increased to five divisions.

Finsbury Park Division[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931D: Frederick Edward Grayson[21]
  • 1932B-34, 1934-37: John Wilfred Rowlands [22] Rowlands was Mayor of Hornsey at the time of his election to the county council.

Haringey Division[]

  • 1919-20:R William Thomas Thompson
  • 1920B-22, 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-35A: Ernest Charles Fawley[23]
  • 1936B-37: Joseph Walter Palmer

Highgate Division[]

  • 1919-20: Rudolph MoritzR
  • 1920B-1922, 1922-25, 1925A: William Walter Kelland
  • 1925B-28: Ben Holmes Jenkinson
  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Sydney Herbert Baker

Hornsey Division[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34: Percy Fone Teychenné - Mayor of Hornsey 1916-18
  • 1934-37: Joseph Walter Palmer

Muswell Hill Division (from 1925)[]

  • 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34: Henry Wilfred Collins
  • 1934-37: Capt. William Joseph Lendrum

Kingsbury (1931-37)[]

Formed by splitting the existing Wembley Division. Consisted of Kingsbury Urban District and the Kenton and Park wards of Wembley Urban District. The first election was held on 27 April 1931, seven weeks after the rest of the county council divisions.

  • 1931-34: John Hubert Lambert (Independent)
  • 1934-37: Ronald Montague James Pendred

Norwood (1 seat 1919-25, 2 seats 1925-37)[]

Southall-Norwood Urban District was divided into two divisions in 1925. In 1936 the urban district became the Municipal Borough of Southall.

Southall-Norwood (1919-25)[]

Norwood East Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1928-31: William Garrod (Ratepayers' Association)
  • 1931-34, 1934-37: James Scott

Norwood West Division (1925-37)[]

Pinner[]

Southgate (increased from 2 to 3 seats in 1925)[]

Southgate Urban District was divided into North and South divisions in 1919. In 1925 it was divided into three divisions - Bowes Park, Middle and North.

Bowes Park Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-1934, 1934-37: Charles Thomas Muskett

Southgate North Division (1919-37)[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-32A: William Benjamin Pinching[27]
  • B1932-34, 1934-37: Robert Grant - Mayor of Southgate 1938-40.

Southgate Middle Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28: John Thomas Barber
  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Robur Fairfield

Southgate South Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-21R: Harry Godwin
  • B1921-22, 1922-25: John Thomas Barber[28]

South Mimms[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: Hayward Radcliffe Darlington
  • 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Charles Henry Knifton

Staines[]

  • 1919-22: Charles Leete Attenborough
  • 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Harry Fear

Stanwell[]

Formed in 1919 from part of Staines Rural District (the parishes of Cranford, Harlington, Harmondsworth and Stanwell).In 1930 the rural district was abolished with Stanwell becoming part of Staines Urban District and the other parishes helping to constitute Hayes and Harlington Urban District. These changes did not effect county council representation until 1937.

  • 1919-22, 1922-25, 1925-28: Rowland Richard Robbins
  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Leonard Montague Graves

Sunbury[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: William John Handfield Haslett M.R.C.S. 
  • 1925-28: Stanley Turpin
  • 1928-31, 1931-34: Leonard Bertram Hirst
  • 1934-37: Leonard Henry Brown

Teddington[]

  • 1919-22: William Evans
  • 1922-25, 1925-28: Charles William Wheeler Burge
  • 1928-31: Percy Holman
  • 1931-34: Charles William Wheeler Burge
  • 1934-37: Albert George Greig - Mayor of Twickenham 1940-41.

Tottenham (6 seats 1919-25, 8 seats 1925-37)[]

In 1919 Tottenham Urban District was divided into six divisions: Harringay, High Cross, Lower, Middle, St. Ann's, West Green. In 1925 it was divided into eight divisions: Bruce Grove & Stoneleigh, Chestnuts, Green Lanes, Park & Coleraine, Stamford Hill, Town Hall, West Green, White Hart Lane.

Tottenham, Bruce Grove and Stoneleigh Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28: Isaac Davis
  • 1928-31: George Alfred Custance
  • 1934-37: John Wallace

Tottenham, Chestnuts Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28: Charles Edward Brown
  • 1928-31: George Robert S Howson
  • 1934-37: Philip William White

Tottenham, Green Lanes Division (1925-37)[]

Tottenham, Harringay Division (1919-25)[]

Tottenham, High Cross Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-22: Frederick Rice Goodwin
  • 1922-25: Frank Bartle

Tottenham Lower Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: Charles David Roberts

Tottenham Middle Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: Oliver Frederick Broadway

Tottenham, Park and Coleraine Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28: William George Brown
  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Leon Charles A Dubery

Tottenham, St Ann's Division (1919-25)[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: Charles Edward Brown

Tottenham, Stamford Hill Division (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34: Arthur Reed
  • 1934-37: Ada Mary Weymark

Tottenham, Town Hall Division (1925-37)[]

Tottenham, West Green Division (1919-37)[]

Tottenham, White Hart Lane (1925-37)[]

  • 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Stanley Herbert Halford (Labour Party)

Twickenham (2 seats)[]

Twickenham East[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: John Rudd Leeson
  • 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34: Noel Philip Wentworth Viner-Brady
  • 1934-37: Frank Harold Stollard

Twickenham West[]

Uxbridge[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25, 1925-28: Howard Stransom Button
  • 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Kathleen Lovibond OBE

Wealdstone (1922-1937)[]

Created from part of Wembley Division in 1922.

  • 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: James How

Wembley[]

Consisted of Wembley Urban District, Wealdstone Urban District and Kingsbury Urban District in 1919. In 1922 Wealdstone became a separate division and in 1931 Kingsbury Division was formed from the urban district of that name and two wards from Wembley.

  • 1919-20R: W A Evershed [29]
  • 1920B-22: Dr C E Goddard [30] [31]
  • 1922-25: Horace Dive
  • 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Richard H Powis[32]

Willesden (increased from 6 seats to 8 in 1925)[]

Cricklewood Division (from 1925)[]

Formed 1925 from part of Willesden Green Division

  • 1925-28, 1928-31: Joseph Henry Turner
  • 1931-34, 1934-37: John William Catlow (Independent)

Harlesden Division[]

Kensal Green Division[]

  • 1919-22: James Comber
  • 1922-25, 1925-28: Sidney William Page
  • 1928-31, 1931-34: Marion Jones Page
  • 1934-37: George Sidney Page

Kilburn North Division[]

  • 1919-21:D William Godson[33]
  • 1921:B D Charles William Hogg [34]
  • 1922B, 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34: William Micah Bolton
  • 1934-37: Harold Leigh-Mossley

Kilburn South Division[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: Arthur Henry Norris
  • 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Frederick James Squire

Stonebridge Division (from 1925)[]

Created 1925 from part of Harlesden Division

  • 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Alexander Cameron (Labour Party)

Willesden Church End Division[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931:D[35] Alfred Smith. Labour Party. Member of Parliament for Sunderland from 1929-31.
  • 1931B-34: Alfred Ernest Nunn - Mayor of Willesden 1945-46.
  • 1934-37: John Kelly

Willesden Green Division[]

  • 1919-22, 1922-25: Joseph Henry Turner (became councillor for new division of Cricklewood in 1925)
  • 1925-28, 1928-31: Sidney Lewis Bernstein - founder of Granada Television.[36]
  • 1931-34, 1934-37: George James Barnard Furness

Wood Green (2 seats)[]

Wood Green Urban District was divided into two divisions.

Wood Green East Division[]

Wood Green West Division[]

  • 1919-22: George Marlow Reed
  • 1922-25, 1925-28, 1928-31, 1931-34, 1934-37: Ernest Albert Cawdron. Founder of the Alexandra Park Cricket Club.[37]

Notes and references[]

  1. The KING has been graciously pleased to signify His Majesty's intention of conferring the Honour of Knighthood on... George William Barber, Esq., J.P., Chairman of the Twickenham Division Conservative Association. For political and public services in Middlesex. London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 33235. p. 2. 1 January 1927.
  2. Became an alderman in April 1927.
  3. Elected at a by-election in May 1927.
  4. Elected an alderman in May 1920.
  5. Engineer and General Manager of Brentford Gas Company
  6. Elected at a by-election on 17 December 1934.
  7. Died December 1938
  8. Resigned April 1921 Middlesex County Times: p. 3. 20 April 1921. 
  9. Elected at a by-election in July 1921.
  10. Elected an alderman in place of the Duke of Northumberland 2 June 1921.
  11. Elected unopposed at by-election in July 1921.
  12. Elected at by-election in March 1920
  13. Schoolmaster and librarian at Harrow School. Died 13 January 1922 aged 62.
  14. Created an alderman December 1933.
  15. Secretary of the National Union of Vehicle Workers.
  16. Elected at by-election in July 1933.
  17. Created an alderman 3 April 1919.
  18. Elected at by-election April 1919.
  19. Elected at by-election in April 1921.
  20. {citeweb|url=http://ourhistory-hayes.blogspot.com/search/label/William%20Henry%20Knowles%7Ctitle=Hayes Peoples History
  21. Died 3 December 1931
  22. By-election held 13 January 1932.
  23. Elected at by-election November 1920. Elevated to alderman December 1935.
  24. Railway Signalman.
  25. Created an alderman in November 1932.
  26. Elected at by-election January 1933.
  27. Elected an alderman on 26 May 1932 in place of C L Attenborough.
  28. Elected at by-election, April 1921.
  29. Resigned March 1920
  30. Elected unopposed April 1920
  31. Medical Officer of Health for Harrow Urban District Council.
  32. Building Contractor.
  33. Died February 1921
  34. Died December 1921
  35. Died February 1931
  36. Born 30 January 1899, died 5 February 1993. Created Baron Bernstein, of Leigh in the County of Kent in 1969.
  37. Born 1888, died 1957. Alexandra Park Cricket Club. The Club. The 'Cawdron Fielding Award' is named in his memory.
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