Cheshire County Council
Coat of arms
|Founded||1 April 1889|
|Disbanded||31 March 2009|
|Succeeded by||Cheshire East Council|
Cheshire West and Chester Council
|County Hall, Chester, Cheshire|
Cheshire County Council was the county council of Cheshire. Founded on 1 April 1889, it was officially dissolved on 31 March 2009, when it and its districts were superseded by two unitary authorities; Cheshire West and Chester and Cheshire East.
- 1889–1893: Duncan Graham.
- 1893–1922: Col. Sir George Dixon, 1st Baronet, JP, DL.
- 1922–1935: Sir William Hodgson, JP.
- 1935–1940: Maj. Thomas Clayton Toler.
- 1940–1944: Joseph Cooke.
- 1944–1948: Maj. Hewitt Pearson Montague Beames, CBE.
- 1948–1951: Sir Edward Otho Glover.
- 1952–1967: Lt-Col. Sir John Wesley Emberton.
- 1968–1974: Sir Herbert John Salisbury Dewes, CBE, JP, DL.
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