Members of the Tasmanian Legislative Council, 1921–1927
This is a list of members of the Tasmanian Legislative Council between 1921 and 1927. Terms of the Legislative Council did not coincide with Legislative Assembly elections, and members served six year terms, with a number of members facing election each year.
|3 May 1921||Cambridge; Hobart (1), Russell|
|2 May 1922||Hobart (1); Launceston (1); Gordon|
|8 May 1923||Hobart (1); Meander; Pembroke|
|6 May 1924||Huon; Launceston (1); Mersey|
|5 May 1925||Derwent; Tamar; Westmorland|
|4 May 1926||Buckingham; Macquarie; South Esk|
|Name||Division||Years in office||Elected|
|Hon Stafford Bird||Huon||1909–1924||1918|
|Hon David Calvert||Huon||1924||1924|
|Hon William Calvert||Huon||1924–1942||b/e|
|Hon James Chapman||Hobart||1922–1925||1922|
|Hon John Cheek||Westmorland||1907–1913; 1919–1942||1925|
|Hon Joe Darling||Cambridge||1921–1946||1921|
|Hon Charles Eady||Hobart||1925–1945||b/e|
|Hon Frank Edwards||Russell||1921–1933||1921|
|Hon Ernest Freeland||Tamar||1919–1937||1925|
|Hon Tetley Gant||Buckingham||1901–1927||1926|
|Hon Frank Hart||Launceston||1916–1940||1922|
|Hon John Hope||Meander||1911–1926||1923|
|Hon Andrew Lawson||Gordon||1922–1928||1922|
|Hon Alexander Lillico||Mersey||1924–1954||1924|
|Hon James McDonald (Labor)||Gordon||1916–1922; 1928–1947||1916|
|Hon James Murdoch (senior)||Pembroke||1903–1925||1923|
|Hon James Murdoch (junior)||Pembroke||1925–1935||b/e|
|Hon Thomas Murdoch||Hobart||1914–1916; 1921–1944||1921|
|Hon Hubert Nichols||Mersey
|Hon George Pitt||Macquarie||1920–1932||1926|
|Hon William Propsting||Hobart||1905–1937||1923|
|Hon Tasman Shields||Launceston||1915–1936||1924|
|Hon Louis Shoobridge (senior)||Derwent||1921–1937||1925|
|Hon Alan Wardlaw||South Esk||1920–1938||1926|
|Hon William Williams||Hobart||1916–1922||1916|
- 1 On 17 October 1924, David Calvert, the member for Huon, died five months into his term. His brother William Calvert won the resulting by-election on 2 December 1924.
- 2 On 12 April 1925, James Chapman, one of the three members for Hobart, died. Charles Eady won the resulting by-election on 23 June 1925.
- 3 On 29 May 1925, James Murdoch (senior), the member for Pembroke died. His son James Murdoch (junior) won the resulting by-election on 28 July 1925.
- 4 On 12 May 1926, John Hope, the member for Meander, died. Hubert Nichols won the resulting by-election on 20 July 1926.