North Cheshire (UK Parliament constituency)

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North Cheshire
Former constituency
for the House of Commons

North Cheshire is a former United Kingdom Parliamentary constituency. It was created upon the division of Cheshire in 1832. In 1868, it was abolished with South Cheshire to form East Cheshire, Mid Cheshire, West Cheshire and Stalybridge.


Members of Parliament[edit]

Election First member First party Second member Second Party
1832 Hon. Edward Stanley Whig William Egerton Conservative
1841 George Legh Conservative
1847 Hon. Edward Stanley Whig
1848 by-election George Legh Conservative
1858 by-election Hon. Wilbraham Egerton Conservative
1868 Second Reform Act: constituency abolished


See also[edit]