List of members of the London School Board

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This is a list of members of the London School Board. The board existed from 1870 to 1904 when the London County Council replaced it as the local education authority for the County of London.

Divisions 1870-1885[edit]

The London School Board was created by the Elementary Education Act 1870. The act provided that the "Metropolis" (that is the area of the Metropolitan Board of Works) should be divided into ten named divisions for the elections of members to the board. The exact boundaries and numbers of members for each division were fixed by order of Education Department and approved by the Privy Council on 7 October 1870 as follows:[1]

Division Contents Number of members
City Four
Chelsea Four
Finsbury Six
Greenwich Four
Hackney Five
Lambeth Five
Marylebone Seven
Southwark Four
Tower Hamlets Five
Westminster Five

Members 1870-1876[edit]

Division Members 1870-1873[3] Members 1873-1876[4]
City of London (4 seats) Rev. William Rogers
Resigned
John Bennett
Co-opted 21 February 1872
[5] Knighted 14 March 1872[6][7]
Francis Peek
Samuel Morley MP Samuel Morley MP
Alderman William James Richmond Cotton Alderman William James Richmond Cotton
MP from 1874, Lord Mayor of London 1874-1875
William Sutton Gover Rev. Canon Robert Gregory
Chelsea (4 seats) Rev. Canon John Gabriel Cromwell Rev. Canon John Gabriel Cromwell
Lord Lawrence Rev. Charles Darby Reade
George Middleton Kiell Professor John Hall Gladstone
Robert Freeman Robert Freeman
Finsbury (6 seats) Edward James Tabrum Edward James Tabrum
Died 17 July 1875.

Rev. Mark Wilks
Elected 29 November 1875.[8]
William McCullagh Torrens MP
Resigned
Hugh Owen
Elected 3 April 1872.
[9]
Charles Henry Lovell
Rev. John Rodgers Rev. John Rodgers
Thomas Chatfeild Clarke Thomas Chatfeild Clarke
Benjamin Lucraft Benjamin Lucraft
Sir Francis Lycett Rev. Robert Maguire
Greenwich (4 seats) Emily Davies[10] Hon. and Rev. Augustus Legge
John Macgregor John Macgregor
Rev. Canon Dr. John Cale Miller
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[11]
Resigned
Henry Gover
Elected 27 May 1872.
[12]
Henry Gover
Rev. Benjamin Waugh Rev. Benjamin Waugh
Hackney (5 seats) Charles Reed MP Charles Reed MP
William Green Rev. Thomas Bowman Stephenson
Thomas Bywater Smithies Richard Foster
John Hiscutt Crossman Rev. Joseph Green Pilkington
Rev. James Allanson Picton Rev. James Allanson Picton
Lambeth (5 seats) James Stiff James Stiff
John Edward Tressider Thomas Edmund Heller
Sir Thomas Tilson Rev. George Mollett Murphy
Alexander McArthur Rev. Evan Daniel
Charles Few William Frederick Morgan
Marylebone (7 seats) Elizabeth Garrett Mrs Alice Cowell
Prof Thomas Henry Huxley
Resigned
Rev. J Llewelyn Davies
Elected 30 March 1872.
[13]
Arthur Mills
Rev. Prebendary Thorold Rev. Prebendary William Josiah Irons
Rev. Dr. Joseph Angus Rev. Llewelyn David Bevan
Edward John Hutchins Jane Agnes Chessar
William Hepworth Dixon John Harris Heal
Died 19 February 1876.
[14]
James Watson James Watson
Southwark (4 seats) Rev. John Mee Rev. Robert Marshall Martin
Alfred Lafone Alfred Lafone
James Wallace James Wallace
John Brouncker Ingle Rev. John Sinclair
Tower Hamlets (5 seats) Edmund Hay Currie Edmund Hay Currie
Knighted 1876.
[15]
William Pearce[a] Rev. Joseph Bardsley
Thomas Scrutton Thomas Scrutton
Edward North Buxton Edward North Buxton
Arthur Langdale Arthur Langdale
Westminster (5 seats) William Henry Smith MP William Henry Smith MP
Resigned 21 November 1874
[18]
George Taverner Miller
Elected 29 November 1875.[8]
Viscount Sandon MP
Resigned 21 February 1872
[5]
Viscount Mahon MP
Elected 19 April 1872.
[19]
George Potter
Rev. Dr. Alfred Barry Rev. Dr. Alfred Barry
Rev. Dr. James Harrison Rigg Rev. Dr. James Harrison Rigg
Charles Edward Mudie Lord Napier and Ettrick

Members 1876-1885[edit]

Under the terms of Section 44 of the Elementary Education Act 1876 casual vacancies occurring in the membership of school boards due to death or resignation were no longer filled by-elections but by co-option.[20]

Division Members 1876-1879[21] Members 1879-1882[22] Members 1882-1885[23]
City of London (4 seats) Sir John Bennett Rosamond Davenport-Hill Rosamond Davenport-Hill
Francis Peek Henry Spicer Henry Spicer
Alderman William James Richmond Cotton MP William Henry Bonnewell Sir Reginald Hanson
William Sutton Gover William Sutton Gover Henry Charles Richards
Chelsea (4 seats: increased to 5 in 1882) Joseph Firth Bottomley Firth Julia Augusta Webster William Bousfield
Rev. Charles Darby Reade Capt. Henry Berkeley Rev. Richard Denny Urlin
Professor John Hall Gladstone Professor John Hall Gladstone Professor John Hall Gladstone
Robert Freeman Robert Freeman Robert Freeman
George Mitchell
Finsbury (6 seats) Rev. Mark Wilks Rev. Mark Wilks Rev. Mark Wilks
Charles Henry Lovell Thomas Lee Roberts Thomas Lee Roberts
Rev. John Rodgers Rev. John Rodgers
Died.

Sir Ughtred James Kay-Shuttleworth, Bt.
Co-opted 16 December 1880.
[24]
William Roston Bourke
Elizabeth Surr Elizabeth Surr Rev. William Thomas Thornhill Webber
Benjamin Lucraft Benjamin Lucraft Benjamin Lucraft
Lord Francis Hervey MP Rev. Samuel Wainwright Rev. Dr. Samuel Wainwright
Greenwich (4 seats) Canon Charles Forbes Septimus Money Rev. Thomas Daniel Cox Morse Rev. Thomas Daniel Cox Morse
Guildford Barker Richardson Guildford Barker Richardson Edwin Hughes
Henry Gover Henry Gover Henry Gover
James Ebenezer Saunders James Ebenezer Saunders James Ebenezer Saunders
Hackney (5 seats) Charles Reed MP Charles Reed MP
Died 25 March 1881
Benjamin Smyth Olding
Co-opted 12 May 1881.
[25]
Benjamin Smyth Olding
John Jones Rev. Henry Daniel Pearson Rev. Henry Daniel Pearson
Richard Foster Edward Jones Thomas J Bevan junior
Florence Fenwick Miller Florence Fenwick Miller Florence Fenwick Miller
Rev. James Allanson Picton John James Jones John Lobb
Lambeth (6 seats: increased to 8 in 1882) James Stiff James Stiff Rev. Charles E Brooke
Rev. Frederick Tugwell Henrietta Müller[26] Henrietta Müller
Rev. George Mollett Murphy Rev. George Mollett Murphy Rev. George Mollett Murphy
Rev. Evan Daniel Charles Richard White Charles Richard White
Stanley Kemp-Welch Alexander Coghill Wylie
Disqualified.
[27]
Stanley Kemp-Welch
Co-opted 21 October 1880.
[28]
Hon. Conrad Adderly Dillon
Thomas Edmund Heller Thomas Edmund Heller Thomas Edmund Heller
Edward Barnaby Gudgeon
George Crispe Whiteley
Marylebone (7 seats) James Watson James Watson
Died 1 September 1880.
[27][29]
Dr Benjamin Ward Richardson
Co-opted 21 October 1880.
[28]
George Barclay Bruce
Arthur Mills Arthur Mills Arthur Mills
Thomas Collins Rev. Joseph Robert Diggle Rev. Joseph Robert Diggle
Rev. Dr. Joseph Angus Rev. Dr. Joseph Angus Rev. William Barker
Rev. John James Coxhead Rev. John James Coxhead Edward Bond
Resigned
Giles Theodore Pilcher
Co-opted 24 April 1884.
[30]
Edward Lyulph Stanley Edward Lyulph Stanley Edward Lyulph Stanley
Alice Westlake Alice Westlake Alice Westlake
Southwark (4 seats) Henry George Heald Edward Corry Rev. Charles d'Aguilar Lawrence
Helen Taylor Helen Taylor Helen Taylor
Rev. Robert Maguire Alexander Hawkins Alexander Hawkins
Rev. John Sinclair Mary E Richardson Mary E Richardson
Tower Hamlets (5 seats) William Pearce[a] William Pearce[a] William Pearce[a]
Rev. Joseph Bardsley Spencer Calmeyer Charrington Sir Edmund Hay Currie
Thomas Scrutton Thomas Scrutton
Resigned after proceedings for fraud were brought against him by the Board.
Edward Bond
Co-opted 15 June 1882.
[31]
Frances Hastings
Edward North Buxton Edward North Buxton Edward North Buxton
Rev. Angelo Lucas Lt.Col Lenox Prendergast Lt.Col Lenox Prendergast
Westminster (5 seats) Sydney Buxton Sydney Buxton Sir Arthur Hobhouse
Resigned 31 January 1884.
[32]
Hugh Edward Hoare
Co-opted 6 March 1884.
[33]
George Potter George Potter Edward Bibbins Aveling
Resigned.

Sir Richard Temple, Bt.
Co-opted 6 November 1884.[34]
Lt.Col. Dawson Cornelius Greene Rev. Brymer Belcher Rev. Brymer Belcher
Henry Danby Seymour
Died 4 August 1877
George Charles Brodrick
Co-opted 24 October 1877.
[35]
James Ross James Ross
Charles Donaldson-Hudson Edith Jemima Simcox James Samuel Burroughes

Divisions 1885-1904[edit]

For the elections of 1885 the existing Lambeth Division was divided into two:

The numbers of elected members increased to fifty-five.[36]

Members 1885-1897[edit]

Division Members 1885-1888[37] Members 1888-1891[38] Members 1891-1894[39] Members 1894-1897[40]
City of London (4 seats) Henry Spicer Rev. William Martin Walter Henry Key Walter Henry Key
Alderman Joseph Savory[41] Albert Rutson

Died 21 April 1890.[42]
Alderman Joseph Savory
Co-opted 3 July 1890.[43]
Elected Lord Mayor of London in November 1890.

Sir Joseph Savory Patrick Herbert White
Rosamond Davenport-Hill[44] Rosamond Davenport-Hill Rosamond Davenport-Hill Rosamond Davenport-Hill
Sir Richard Temple MP Sir Richard Temple MP Sir Richard Temple MP

Resigned
Duke of Newcastle
Co-opted 25 October 1894.[45]

Duke of Newcastle
Chelsea (5 seats) George White Rev. George William Gent Thomas Huggett Thomas Huggett
Rev. Robert Eyton[46] Rev. Prebendary Robert Eyton John Athelstan Laurie Riley John Athelstan Laurie Riley
William Bousfield[47] John Henry Chapman Frederick Davies Frederick Davies
Professor John Hall Gladstone[48] Professor John Hall Gladstone Professor John Hall Gladstone Emma Knox Maitland
Mrs. Augusta Webster[49] George White George White Viscount Morpeth
Finsbury (6 seats) Rev. Mark Wilks Alfred George Cook George Benson Clough George Benson Clough
William Roston Bourke William Roston Bourke William Roston Bourke William Roston Bourke
Benjamin Lucraft Benjamin Lucraft
Resigned November 1890.[50]

George Shipton
Co-opted 18 December 1890.[51]

Thomas Smith Canon Arthur John Ingram
Rev. William Panckridge
Resigned 1887.[52]
Hon. Conrad Adderly Dillon
Co-opted to fill vacancy, 26 May 1887.[53]
Rev. John Henry Rose Margaret Anne Eve Margaret Anne Eve
James Wilson Sharp James Wilson Sharp James Wilson Sharp James Wilson Sharp
Thomas Francis Stonelake Charles Augustus Vansittart Conybeare MP

Conybeare was imprisoned in July 1889
under the Criminal Law and Procedure (Ireland) Act, 1887.
His seat was declared vacant 27 October 1890.
[54]
Rev. Robert Henry Hadden
Co-opted 20 November 1890.[55]

James John Stockall Richard Bartram
Died 7 December 1895.
[56]
Charles Philips Trevelyan
Co-opted 27 February 1896.
[57]
Greenwich (4 seats) Edwin Hughes George Collins

Died 24 April 1891.[58][59]
Rev. John Wilson
Co-opted 13 June 1891.[60]

Rev. John Wilson Rev. John Wilson
William Phillips Leicester Paul Beaufort

Resigned January 1889[61]
Rev. Richard Rhodes Bristow
Co-opted 21 February 1889[62]

Canon Richard Rhodes Bristow Canon Richard Rhodes Bristow
Henry Gover Henry Gover Henry Gover Henry Gover
Died 25 March 1895.

[63]
George Septimus Warmington
Co-opted 9 May 1895.
[64]

Rev. Richard Rhodes Bristow Rev. John Garraway Holmes
Resigned
Rev. William Blackmore
Co-opted 17 October 1889.[65]
Rev. William Blackmore Rev. William Blackmore
Hackney (5 seats) John Lobb John Lobb John Lobb Graham Wallas
Charles Deacon Rev. William Cuff John Charles Horobin John Charles Horobin
James Hart James Hart Francis Howse Gerard Yorke Twisleton Wykeham Fiennes
Resigned 1 July 1897.
[66]
Francis Howse
Co-opted 7 October 1897.
[67]
Rev. Charles George Gull Rev. Stewart Duckworth Headlam Rev. Stewart Duckworth Headlam Rev. Stewart Duckworth Headlam
Benjamin Smyth Olding Rev. Benjamin Meredyth Kitson Rev. Benjamin Meredyth Kitson Lieutenant-Colonel Cecil John Hubbard
Lambeth East (4 seats) Rev. Andrew Augustus Wild Drew Rev. George Buchanan Ryley Rev. Andrew Augustus Wild Drew Rev. Andrew Augustus Wild Drew
Rev. Charles Edward Brooke Rev. Oliver Mitchell Lord Sandhurst

Resigned
Patrick Herbert White
Co-opted 13 July 1893.[68]

Rev. Arthur William Jephson
Thomas Edmund Heller John Gerard Laing John Gerard Laing Thomas Gautrey
George Crispe Whiteley George Crispe Whiteley George Crispe Whiteley George Crispe Whiteley
Lambeth West (6 seats) Henry Lynn Henry Lynn Henry Lynn Henry Lynn
Henry Seymour Foster Henry Seymour Foster Rev. Allen Edwards jnr. Rev. Allen Edwards jnr.
Rev. Arthur William Jephson Rev. Arthur William Jephson Rev. William Hamilton Rev. William Hamilton
Rev. George Mollett Murphy
Died 1887

Reginald Floyser Saunders
Co-opted 13 October 1887.
[69]
Margaret Mary Dilke (Mrs. Ashton Dilke) John Sinclair John Sinclair
Frederic William Lucas Rev. Hubert Curtis William Henry Kidson William Henry Kidson
James Thomas Helby James Thomas Helby Rev. Thomas Birkett Dover Thomas James Macnamara
Marylebone (7 seats) Edmund Barnes Edmund Barnes Edmund Barnes Edmund Barnes
James Russell Endean Hon. Edward Lyulph Stanley Hon. Edward Lyulph Stanley Hon. Edward Lyulph Stanley
Rev. John James Coxhead Rev. John James Coxhead Rev. John James Coxhead Rev. John James Coxhead
Major General Francis John Moberly Major General Francis John Moberly Major General Francis John Moberly Major General Francis John Moberly
Joseph Robert Diggle Joseph Robert Diggle Joseph Robert Diggle Joseph Robert Diggle
Rev. Canon William Barker[70] Herbert Henry Raphael Sir William Cameron Gull Rev. Dr. Joseph Angus[71]
Resigned 10 March 1897.
[72]

Alfred James Shepheard
Co-opted 11 March 1897.
[73]

Alice Westlake Emma Knox Maitland[74] Rev. Charles John Ridgeway Evelyn Cecil
Southwark (4 seats) Sir John Bennett Father Edmund Buckley Father Edmund Buckley Thomas Henry Flood
Edric Bayley Edric Bayley John Molesworth Thomas Dumphreys John Molesworth Thomas Dumphreys
Rev. Charles d'Aguilar Lawrence Rev. Charles d'Aguilar Lawrence
Retired
Rev. William Arthur Corbett.
Co-opted 21 November 1889.[75]
Rev. John Charles Carlile Rev. John Charles Carlile
Rev. William Lees Bell Rev. William Copeland Bowie Rev. William Copeland Bowie Rev. William Copeland Bowie
Tower Hamlets (5 seats) Edward North Buxton Annie Besant Mrs Ruth Homan[76] Mrs Ruth Homan
Rev. William Parkinson Jay Rev. William Parkinson Jay

Resigned
Sir Philip Magnus
Co-opted 25 January 1890[77]

George Lewis Bruce George Lewis Bruce
Colonel Lenox Prendergast Colonel Lenox Prendergast Rev. Rowland Taylor Plummer Rev. Rowland Taylor Plummer
Rev. John Fletcher Porter Sir Edmund Hay Currie
Resigned

Rev. John Fletcher Porter
Co-opted 24 April 1890.[78]

Rev. Edward Schnadhorst Rev. Edward Schnadhorst
Frederick Joseph White Dellow Frederick Joseph White Dellow Cyril Jackson Cyril Jackson
Resigned 8 November 1896.
[79]
Sir Charles Alfred Elliott
Co-opted 12 November 1896.
[80][81]
Westminster (5 seats) Harry Nelson Bowman Spink Harry Nelson Bowman Spink Harry Nelson Bowman Spink
Resigned

Alice Mary Wright (Mrs Frank Loftus Wright)
Co-opted 13 July 1893.[68]
Rev. Arnold Whitaker Oxford
Rev. William Macdonald Sinclair Rev. Arnold Whitaker Oxford David Laing David Laing
James Ross

Died July 1886[82]
Sir William Guyer Hunter
Co-opted 14 October 1886.[83]
Hunter resigned 19 April 1888.[84]
Major General Charles Alexander Sim[85]
Co-opted 17 May 1888[86]

Major General Charles Alexander Sim Major General Charles Alexander Sim Major General Charles Alexander Sim
Resigned 15 July 1897.
[87]


David Hope Kyd
Co-opted 7 October 1897.
[67]

Clifford Probyn Rev. Arthur Gerald Bowman Lord Colchester Captain Charles Lancelot Andrewes Skinner
James Samuel Burroughes William Winnett William Winnett William Winnett

Members 1897-1904[edit]

Division Members 1897-1900[88] Members 1900-1904[89]
City of London (4 seats) George Granville Leveson-Gower
Resigned
[90]
Francis William Buxton
Elected in his place 19 October 1899.
[91]
Francis William Buxton
Walter Henry Key Walter Henry Key
Ellen Courtauld McKee[92] Thomas Henry Brooke-Hitching
Canon Arthur John Ingram Rev. Prebendary Arthur John Ingram
Resigned
Hon. Rupert Guinness
Co-opted 20 March 1902.
[93]
Chelsea (5 seats) Thomas Huggett
Died 30 November 1899.[94]

Hon. Frederic John Napier Thesiger
Elected in his place 25 January 1900.
[95]
Hon. Frederic John Napier Thesiger
William Whitaker Thompson
Unseated on petition and following a recount of votes, 11 February 1898

Leslie Martin Johnson
Declared elected following recount 11 February 1898.
[96]
Resigned
Alfred Russell Fordham
Elected in his place 12 October 1899.
[97]
William Whitaker Thompson
Frederick Davies Rev. Prebendary Ernest Augustus Eardley-Wilmot
Emma Knox Maitland Emma Knox Maitland
Resigned
Edith H Glover
Co-opted 22 January 1903[98]
Viscount Morpeth Sydney Black
Resigned
Reginald Arthur Bray
Co-opted 28 May 1903[99]
Finsbury (6 seats) Charles Bowden Rev. Eric Maurice Farrar
Resigned
James Rowlands
Co-opted 22 October 1903[100]
Eugenie Dibdin Eugenie Dibdin
William Lygon, Earl Beauchamp
Resigned 18 March 1899.
[101]
Anthony John Mundella
Elected in his place 23 March 1899.
[102]
Anthony John Mundella
Margaret Anne Eve Margaret Anne Eve
James Wilson Sharp James Wilson Sharp
Rev. John Henry Rose
Died 28 April 1898.
[103]
Rev. Richard Frederick Hosken
Elected in his place 23 June 1898.
[104]
Rev. Richard Frederick Hosken
Greenwich (4 seats) Rev. John Wilson Rev. John Wilson
Resigned
Edward Pascoe Williams
Co-opted 6 March 1902[105]
Mary Bridges Adams Mary Bridges Adams
George Septimus Warmington Edward Aubrey Hastings Jay
Rev. Francis Storer Clark Rev. Francis Storer Clark
Hackney (5 seats) Graham Wallas Graham Wallas
Violet Honnor Morten Howard Angus Kennedy
Resigned
Rev. William Copeland Bowie
Co-opted 2 April 1903.
[106]
William Clive Bridgeman William Clive Bridgeman
Rev. Stewart Duckworth Headlam Rev. Stewart Duckworth Headlam
John Lobb Earl of Shaftesbury
Resigned
Howard Willmott Liversidge
Co-opted 5 December 1901
[107]
Lambeth East (4 seats) Henry Cubitt Gooch Henry Cubitt Gooch
Rev. Arthur William Jephson Rev. Arthur William Jephson
Thomas Gautrey Thomas Gautrey
George Crispe Whiteley George Crispe Whiteley
Lambeth West (6 seats) Mark Mayhew Rev. James Hughes
Resigned
Percy Alden
Co-opted 5 March 1903.
[108]
Rev. Allen Edwards jnr. Rev. Allen Edwards jnr.
Rev. William Hamilton Rev. William Hamilton
Died
Beaumont Moore Morice
Co-opted 1 December 1902.
[109]
John Sinclair John Sinclair
Resigned 19 December 1901
[110]
Joseph Seymour Bartlett
Co-opted 23 January 1902.
[99]
William Henry Kidson
Died 24 March 1900
[111]
Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. Cecil Hubbard
Co-opted 3 May 1900
[112]
Samuel Cresswell
Thomas James Macnamara Thomas James Macnamara
Marylebone (7 seats) Edmund Barnes Edmund Barnes†
Hon. Edward Lyulph Stanley Hon. Edward Lyulph Stanley
Henry Russell Wakefield Rev. Ernest Stafford Smith
Resigned.

Richard Bissell Prosser
Co-opted 6 November 1902.
[113]
Major General Francis John Moberly
Died 26 January 1898.
[114]
William Whitaker Thompson
Elected in his place 10 March 1898.
[115]
Susan Lawrence
John Archibald Murray MacDonald John Archibald Murray MacDonald
Resigned
Arthur B Russell
Co-opted 23 January 1902.
[99]
Alfred James Shepheard Hilda Caroline Miall Smith
Evelyn Cecil
Resigned 27 February 1899.
[116]
John Cator
Co-opted in his place 2 March 1899.
[117]
Resigned July 1900.
William Montagu Graham-Harrison
Co-opted 11 October 1900.
[118]
William Montagu Graham-Harrison
Resigned
Earl of Donoughmore
Co-opted 12 April 1903.
Resigned on appointment to government October 1903
[106]
John Thomas Taylor
Co-opted 26 November 1903.
[119]
Southwark (4 seats) Rev William Francis Brown Rev William Francis Brown
John Molesworth Thomas Dumphreys John Molesworth Thomas Dumphreys
John Scott Lidgett John Scott Lidgett
Rev. William Copeland Bowie Violet Honnor Morten
Resigned
James Pascall
Co-opted 19 June 1902[120]
Tower Hamlets (5 seats) Mrs Ruth Homan Mrs Ruth Homan
Benjamin Francis Conn Costelloe
Died 22 December 1899.
[121]
Father Francis Cotter Beckley
Elected in his place 1 February 1900.
[122]
Father Francis Cotter Beckley
Ernest Francis Swan Flower MP George Lewis Bruce
Rev. Edward Schnadhorst Rev. Edward Schnadhorst
Sir Charles Alfred Elliott Sir Charles Alfred Elliott
Westminster (5 seats) Hubert M Morgan-Browne Sydney Gedge
Constance Elder
(married Rev. Charles Robert Patey in 1898
and known as Mrs. Patey thereafter)[74]
Resigned
Hon. Agnes Maude Lawrence
Elected in her place 22 June 1899.[123]
Hon. Agnes Maude Lawrence
David Hope Kyd Viscount Morpeth
Resigned
John Gerald Ritchie
Co-opted 23 January 1902[99]
Major Charles Lancelot Andrewes Skinner Major Charles Lancelot Andrewes Skinner
William Winnett Clement Young Sturge


† Elected to the London County Council on 5 March 1904.

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  1. ^ a b c d There were two individuals named William Pearce, father and son, on the London School Board. The father represented Tower Hamlets from 1870-73. He was a manufacturing chemist of East India Road, Snaresbrook and Bow Common, and died on 18 June 1891[16] The son, born in 1853, also represented Tower Hamlets from 1876-85. He was later a member of the London County Council and a Member of Parliament and was knighted in 1915.[17]