Mid Cheshire (UK Parliament constituency)
for the House of Commons
Mid Cheshire is a former United Kingdom Parliamentary constituency. It was created upon the abolition of North Cheshire and South Cheshire in 1868 and the redivision of Cheshire into Mid Cheshire, East Cheshire, West Cheshire and Stalybridge. In 1885, the first three of these were abolished and re-divided into eight constituencies: Altrincham, Crewe, Eddisbury, Hyde, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Northwich and Wirral.
1868-1885: The Hundreds of Bucklow and Northwich.
Members of Parliament
|Election||First member||First party||Second member||Second Party|
|1868||Hon. Wilbraham Egerton||Conservative||George Legh||Conservative|
|1873 by-election||Egerton Leigh||Conservative|
|1876 by-election||Piers Egerton-Warburton||Conservative|
|1883 by-election||Hon. Alan Egerton||Conservative|
- "Representation of the People Act 1867" (PDF). Retrieved 2017-07-27.