HAMLET of KNIGHTSBRIDGE WARD

[Three seats]

ElectionElectorsT'outCandidatePartyVotes%Ch.%
19001,23935.4F. Barnes
A.J.C. Humphreys
W.E. Horne
J.B. Sterling
W. Howes
Dr. T. Langston
W. Boffee
C
C
C
Ind
RA
RA
RA
295
288
282
177
29
19
9
105
59.5


36.6
3.9


21.7


1903

F. Barnes
W.E. Horne
A.J.C. Humphreys
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



1906

F. Barnes
W.E. Horne
A.J.C. Humphreys
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



1909

F. Barnes
W.E. Horne
A.J.C. Humphreys
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



1912

F. Barnes
A.J.C. Humphreys
H. Luttman-Johnson
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



[Death of Luttman-Johnson]
1913
(5/5)


D.H.S. AlldridgeCunop.


[Death of Barnes]
1916
(24/2)


J. AbadyCappd.


1919

J. Abady
J.H. Batten
A.J.C. Humphreys
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



1922

J. Abady
J.H. Batten
E.L. Roberson
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



1925

J. Abady
J.H. Batten
E.L. Roberson
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



1928

J. Abady
J.H. Batten
E.L. Roberson
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



1931

J. Abady
J.H. Batten
E.L. Roberson
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



[Death of Luttman-Johnson]
1933
(12/1)


H. ThomasCunop.


1934

J. Abady
E.L. Roberson
H. Thomas
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



[Resignation of Roberson]
1935
(23/12)


Lady Doris BlackerCunop.


[Seat vacant at dissolution (Resignation of Thomas)]
1937

J. Abady
Lady Doris Blacker
N.A.H. Bower
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



[Elevation of Abady to Alderman]
1940
(18/7)


F.B. ReeceCappd.


[Resignation of Blacker]
1943
(28/10)


Mrs. M. RyeCappd.


[Resignation of Reece]
1944
(1/6)


H.P. StirlingCappd.


1945

D. Lindsay
Mrs. M. Rye
H.P. Stirling
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



[Death of Luttman-Johnson]
1947
(6/3)


F.B.H. VilliersCunop.


1949

Mrs. M. Rye
H.P. Stirling
F.B.H. Villiers
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



1953

Mrs. M. Rye
H.P. Stirling
P.H.B. Wall
C
C
C
unop.
unop.
unop.



19564,06526.6H.P. Stirling
Mrs. M. Rye
P.H.B. Wall
R.V. Mares
C
C
C
Lab
1,047
1,044
1,030
31
999
97.1


2.9
93.2


Note:—
1900:Sterling was a Major-General. The Westminster and Pimlico News stated of him that he 'would apply, if he could, the vigour and the tyrannical discipline of the barrack-square'.
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