Elections to Liverpool City Council were held on 1 November 1928.

One third of the council seats were up for election. The term of office for each councillor being three years.

Thirteen of the thirty-nine seats up for election were uncontested.

After the election, the composition of the council was:

Party Councillors   ±   Aldermen Total
Conservative 61 ?? 26 87
Labour 35 ?? 1 36
Centre 10 ?? 5 15
Liberal 8 ?? 4 12

[1] [2]

Election result

Liverpool Local Election Result 1928
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Conservative 21
  Labour 15
  Liberal 2
  Centre 1
  Protestant 0 0 1 -1
  Communist

Ward results

* - Councillor seeking re-election

Comparisons are made with the 1925 election results.

Abercromby

No. 9 Abercromby
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Edwin Thompson * unopposed
Registered electors
Conservative hold Swing

Aigburth

No. 17 Aigburth
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Wilfred Bowring Stoddart * unopposed
Registered electors
Conservative hold Swing

Allerton

No. 35 Allerton
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Mrs. Gertrude Elizabeth Wilson * 1,130 72%
Labour Thomas Crossland 445 28%
Majority 685
Registered electors 3,359
Turnout 1,575 47%
Conservative gain from Independent Swing

Anfield

No. 29 Anfield
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative George Young Williamson * 2,233 42%
Liberal Dr. Cedric Baxter 1,863 35%
Labour John Sheehan 1,206 23%
Majority 370
Registered electors 10,088
Turnout 5,302 53%
Conservative hold Swing

Breckfield

No. 30 Breckfield
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Edward James Jones * 2,491 51%
Labour William James Riddick 2,368 49%
Majority 123
Registered electors 9,405
Turnout 4,859 52%
Conservative hold Swing

Brunswick

No. 11 Brunswick
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Patrick Moorhead 3,111 81%
Centre John Alfred Kelly * 740 19%
Majority 2,371
Registered electors 8,447
Turnout 3,851 46%
Labour gain from Catholic Swing

Castle Street

No. 7 Castle Street
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Sir John Sandeman Allen MP * unopposed
Registered electors
Conservative hold Swing

Childwall

No. 38 Childwall
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Lt. Col. Edmund Percy Johnson 972 63%
Labour Mrs. Mary Lilian Hamilton 570 37%
Majority 402
Registered electors 2,525
Turnout 1,542 61%
Conservative win (new seat)

Croxteth

The proceedings of the Council lists this as a by-election caused by the death of Councillor John Ellis.[3]

No. 40 Croxteth
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Alfred Hargreaves 1,925 62%
Conservative William Edward McLachlan 1,157 38%
Majority 1,925
Registered electors 5,886
Turnout 3,082 52%
Labour win (new seat)

Dingle

No. 12 Dingle
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative William Wallace Kelly * 4,696 51%
Labour William Jones 4,560 49%
Majority 136
Registered electors 14,084
Turnout 9,256 66%
Conservative hold Swing

Edge Hill

No.No. 18 Edge Hill
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Charles Wilson * 3,314 59%
Conservative Edward Cheshire 2,172 39%
Communist Leo Joseph McGree 155 3%
Majority 1,142
Registered electors 12,188
Turnout 5,641 46%
Labour hold Swing

Everton

No. 21 Everton
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Henry Walker * 4,278 67%
Conservative William John Lunt Croft 2,153 33%
Majority 2,125
Registered electors 12,194
Turnout 6,431 53%
Labour hold Swing

Exchange

No. 5 Exchange
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Catholic Peter Kavanagh * unopposed
Registered electors
Catholic hold Swing

Fairfield

No. 31 Fairfield
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Charles Gordon Snowden Gordon 2,043 49%
Labour Victor Harold Edgar Baker 1,659 33%
Liberal Alan Anderson Boyle 1,392 27%
Majority 384
Registered electors 9,233
Turnout 5,094 55%
Conservative hold Swing

Fazakerley

No. 27 Fazakerley
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Francis Bernard Fitzpatrick 1,699 51%
Conservative Francis Samuel Henwood Ashcroft * 1,659 49%
Majority 40
Registered electors 7,324
Turnout 3,358 46%
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

Garston

No. 37 Garston
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Joseph Williams 2,208 49%
Labour William Sydney Dytor 2,038 45%
Liberal Joseph Fry 259 6%
Majority 170
Registered electors 6,421
Turnout 4,505 70%
Conservative hold Swing

Granby

No. 14 Granby
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Sir Frederick Charles Bowring * 2,743 59%
Labour George Henry Boothman 1,886 41%
Majority 857
Registered electors 9,132
Turnout 4,629 51%
Liberal hold Swing

Great George

No. 10 Great George
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Harry Leo Gaffeney unopposed
Registered electors
Swing

Kensington

No. 19 Kensington
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Sir John Hugo Rutherford * 3,347 55%
Labour George Edwin Swift 2,697 45%
Majority 650
Registered electors 10,641
Turnout 6,044 57%
Conservative hold Swing

Kirkdale

No. 24 Kirkdale
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Robert Joseph MacDonnell 4,120 51%
Conservative Robert Garnett Sheldon * 4,008 49%
Majority 112
Registered electors 15,321
Turnout 8,128 53%
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

Little Woolton

No. 39 Little Woolton
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Rupert Henry Bremner * unopposed
Registered electors
Conservative hold Swing

Low Hill

No. 20 Low Hill
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Fred Robinson * 2,926 60%
Conservative Edward Joseph Gearing 1,917 40%
Majority 1,009
Registered electors 10,095
Turnout 4,843 48%
Labour hold Swing

Netherfield

No. 22 Netherfield
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Bagot 3,150 52%
Protestant John Walker * 2,864 48%
Majority 286
Registered electors 11,178
Turnout 6,014 54%
Labour gain from Protestant Swing

North Scotland

No. 2 North Scotland
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Patrick Fay unopposed
Registered electors
Labour gain from Catholic Swing

Old Swan

No. 32 Old Swan
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative John Waterworth * 3,112 51%
Labour Mrs. Sarah Anne McArd 3,023 49%
Majority 89
Registered electors 13,273
Turnout 6,135 46%
Conservative hold Swing

Prince's Park

No. 13 Prince's Park
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Joseph Davies Griffiths 2,671 55%
Labour Robert Edwards 2,198 45%
Majority 473
Registered electors 9,094
Turnout 4,869 54%
Conservative hold Swing

Sandhills

No. 1 Sandhills
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Thomas Wafer Byrne * unopposed
Registered electors
Labour hold Swing

St. Anne's

No. 6 St. Anne's
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John David Mack unopposed
Registered electors
Labour gain from Catholic Swing

St. Domingo

No. 23 St. Domingo
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Sir Thomas White * 3,044 53%
Labour William Henry Barton 2,699 47%
Majority 345
Registered electors 10,805
Turnout 5,743 53%
Conservative hold Swing

St. Peter's

No. 8 St. Peter's
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Herbert Wolfe Levy * 631 50%
Labour George William Hincks 628 50%
Majority 3
Registered electors 2,778
Turnout 1,259 45%
Conservative hold Swing

Sefton Park East

No. 15 Sefton Park East
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Sir Arnold Rushton * unopposed
Registered electors
Conservative hold Swing

Sefton Park West

No. 16 Sefton Park West
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative James Graham Reece * 2,375 75%
Labour Mrs. Gertrude Annie Cole 784 25%
Majority 1,591
Registered electors 5,984
Turnout 3,159 53%
Conservative hold Swing

South Scotland

No. 3 South Scotland
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joseph Harrington unopposed
Registered electors
Labour gain from Catholic Swing

Vauxhall

No. 4 Vauxhall
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Arthur Brian Hoer unopposed
Registered electors
Labour gain from Catholic

Walton

No. 25 Walton
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative William Swift * 3,845 56%
Labour Richard Thomas Hughes 2,977 44%
Majority 868
Registered electors 15,282
Turnout 6,822 45%
Conservative hold Swing

Warbreck

No. 26 Warbreck
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Alexander Critchley * unopposed
Registered electors
Conservative hold Swing

Wavertree

No. 34 Wavertree
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Henry Shuttleworth 2,852 44%
Labour Peter Leslie Duncan 1,823 28%
Liberal John Richard Jones 1,737 27%
Majority 1,029
Registered electors 13,247
Turnout 6,412 48%
Conservative hold Swing

Wavertree West

No. 33 Wavertree West
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Charles Matthew Belk 2,097 42%
Conservative William Adam Edwards 1,782 36%
Liberal William John Tristram 1,136 23%
Majority 315
Registered electors 8,325
Turnout 5,015 60%
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

West Derby

No. 28 West Derby
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Robert Duncan French * 4,182 61%
Labour James Blundell 2,645 39%
Majority 1,536
Registered electors 16,297
Turnout 6,828 42%
Conservative hold Swing

[4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]

Aldermanic Elections

Aldermanic Elections 5 December 1928

Following the death on 23 March 1928 of Alderman Sir William Bower Forwood KBE DL (Conservative, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1923),[11][12] a poll of councillors was taken to elect his successor. Councillor Edwin Haigh (Conservative, Wavertree West, elected 1 November 1926)[13] of San Rocque, Calderstones Road, Liverpool was elected as an alderman. [14]

Aldermanic Election 5 December 1928
Party Name Votes Percentage
Conservative Councillor Edwin Haigh 53 63%
Labour Councillor James Sexton CBE MP 31 27%

[15]

The term of office to expire on 9 November 1929.

Following the death of Alderman Jacob Reuben Grant(Liberal, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1926),[16] a poll of councillors was taken to elect his successor. Councillor Richard Rutherford JP (Party?, Castle Street, elected 1 November 1926)[17] of 16 School Lane, Bidston, Birkenhead was elected as an alderman on 5 December 1928[15] [18] [19]

Aldermanic Election 5 December 1928
Party Name Votes Percentage
Councillor Richard Rutherford 52 62%
Labour Councillor William Albert Robinson 32 28%

The term of office to expire on 9 November 1932.

Aldermanic Elections 6 March 1929

Following the death on 11 December 1928 of Alderman The Right Honourable Sir Archibald Tutton Salvidge PC KBE LL.D. (Conservative, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1926)[16][20]

In his place Councillor Edwin Thompson (Conservative Abercromby, elected 1 November 1928),[21] Manufacturing Chemist of 6 Livingston Drive North, Liverpool was elected as an alderman on 6 March 1929. [22] [23]

Aldermanic Election 6 March 1929
Party Name Votes Percentage
Conservative Councillor Edwin Thompson 52 60%
Labour Councillor James Sexton CBE MP 35 40%

The term of office to expire on 9 November 19[year missing]

Following the death on 19 December 1928 of Alderman John Edwards (Conservative, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1923)[11][24]

In his place Councillor Joseph Ashworth (Conservative, Kensington, elected 1 November 1926),[25] builder and contractor of 30 Holt Road, Liverpool was elected in a poll of councillors as am alderman on 6 March 1929[23] [26] [27]

Aldermanic Election 6 March 1929
Party Name Votes Percentage
Conservative Councillor Joseph Ashworth 51 59%
Labour Councillor William Albert Robinson 36 41%

The term of office to expire on 9 November 1929.

Following the death on 15 January 1929 of Alderman Arthur Stanley Mather CBE (Conservative, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1923)[11][28]

In whose place Councillor Herbert John Davis (Conservative, Childwall, elected 1 November 1927),[29] solicitor of 11 Aigburth Drive, Liverpool was elected as an alderman in a poll of the councillors on 6 March 1929.[27][30] [31]

Aldermanic Election 6 March 1929
Party Name Votes Percentage
Conservative Councillor Herbert John Davis 51 59%
Labour Councillor Thomas Wafer Byrne 35 41%

The term of office to expire on 9 November 1929.

Caused by the death on 29 January 1929 of Alderman William James Burgess(Conservative, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1923).[11][28]

In whose place Councillor Henry Langton Beckwith (Conservative, Wavertree, elected 1 November 1926),[32] Architect and Surveyor of 4 Aigbirth Drive, Liverpool was elected as an alderman in a poll of the councillors on 6 March 1929 [31][33]

Aldermanic Election 6 March 1929
Party Name Votes Percentage
Conservative Councillor Henry Langton Beckwith 51 59%
Labour Councillor Frederick Thomas Richardson 35 41%

The term of office to expire on 9 November 1929.

Aldermanic Election 4 September 1929

Caused by the death on 26 February 1929 of Alderman Albert Edward Jacob MP (Unionist, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1926),[16][34] in whose place Councillor Joseph Dalton Flood JP (Conservative, Dingle, last elected 1 November 1926),[35] of 643 Borough Road, Birkenhead, being elected as an alderman in a poll of councillors on 4 September 1929.[36][37]

Aldermanic Election 4 September 1929
Party Name Votes Percentage
Conservative Councillor Joseph Dalton Flood 46 57%
Labour Councillor James Sexton CBE MP 35 43%

The term of office to expire on 9 November 19

Aldermanic Election 23 October 1929

Caused by the resignation of Alderman Edward West (Liberal, elected as an alderman on 2 March 1927[38] which was reported to the council on 2 October 1929,[39] in whose place Councillor William Wallace Kelly JP (Conservative, Dingle, last elected 1 November 1928)[40] of the North Western Hotel, Liverpool was elected as an alderman in a poll of the councillors on 23 October 1929.[41][42][43]

Aldermanic Election 4 September 1929
Party Name Votes Percentage
Conservative Councillor William Wallace Kelly 51 55%
Labour Councillor James Sexton CBE MP 41 45%

The term of office to expire on 9 November 1932.

By-elections

No. 10 Great George, 3 December 1928

Caused by the death of Councillor William Grogan (Catholic, Great George, elected 1 November 1926).[44]

No. 10 Great George
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Catholic Matthew Grogan 905 54%
John Coburne 756 46%
Majority 149
Registered electors
Turnout 1,661
Catholic hold Swing

[45]

No. 33 Wavertree West, 17 December 1928

Caused by Councillor Edwin Haigh (Conservative, Wavertree West, elected 1 November 1926)[13] being elected as an alderman on 5 December 1928,[14][15] following the death on 23 March 1928 of Alderman Sir William Bower Forwood KBE DL.

No. 33 Wavertree West 17 December 1928
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Caroline Whiteley 1,571 43%
William Adam Edwards 1,395 39%
William John Tristram 647 18%
Majority 176
Registered electors 8,325
Turnout 3,613 43%
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

[46] [47]

The term of office to expire on 1 November 1929.

No. 7 Castle Street, 20 December 1928

Caused by the election as an alderman on 5 December 1928 of Councillor Richard Rutherford JP (Party?, Castle Street, elected 1 November 1926),[17][15][18][19] following the death of Alderman Jacob Reuben Grant(Liberal, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1926).[16] Robert Garnett Sheldon, physician and surgeon of "Redholme", Victoria Road, Freshfield was the sole candidate.

No. 7 Castle Street 20 December 1928
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Robert Garnett Sheldon unopposed
Registered electors
Swing

[47] [48]

The term of office to expire on 1 November 1929.

No. 26 West Derby, 29 January 1929

Caused by the death on 6 December 1928[24] of Councillor John Hickman Dovener (Conservative, West Derby, elected 1 November 1927)[49]

No. 28 West Derby 29 January 1929
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative John Reginald Dovener 2,229 67%
John Sheehan 1,105 33%
Majority 1,124
Registered electors 16,297
Turnout 3,334 20%
Conservative hold Swing

[50] [51]

The term of office to expire on 1 November 1930.

No. 3 South Scotland, 28 February 1929

Caused by the death on 24 January 1929 of Councillor Mary O'Shea(Catholic, South Scotland, elected 1 November 1927).[52][28] Michael John Reppion, Carting Agent of 11 Lowerson Crescent, West Derny, Liverpool was the sole candidate.

No. 3 South Scotland 28 February 1929
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Michael John Reppion unopposed
Registered electors
Labour gain from Catholic Swing

[34]

The term of office to expire on 1 November 1930.

No. 9 Abercromby, 16 April 1929

Caused by Councillor Edwin Thompson (Conservative Abercromby, elected 1 November 1928),[21] being elected as an alderman on 6 March 1929.[22][23]

Following the death on 11 December 1928 of Alderman The Right Honourable Sir Archibald Tutton Salvidge PC KBE LL.D. (Conservative, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1926).[16][20]

No. 9 Abercromby 16 April 1929
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Gifford William Ollason 1,507 %
Labour Bernard Louis Myer 1,187 56%
Majority 320 44%
Registered electors
Turnout 2,694 %
Conservative hold Swing

[53]

The term of office to expire on 1 November 1931

No. 19 Kensington, 16 April 1929

Caused by Councillor Joseph Ashworth (Conservative, Kensington, elected 1 November 1926),[25] being elected in a poll of councillors as am alderman on 6 March 1929.[23][26][27]

Following the death on 19 December 1928 of Alderman John Edwards (Conservative, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1923).[11][24]

Thomas Norman Jones, a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature of 59 Marlowe Road, Wallasey, heshire was elected as a councillor for the Kensington ward

No. 19 Kensington 16 April 1929
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Thomas Norman Jones 2,259 53%
Labour George Edwin Swift 2,041 47%
Majority 218
Registered electors 10,641
Turnout 4,300 40%
Conservative hold Swing

[54]

The term of office to expire on 1 November 1931

No. 34 Wavertree, 18 April 1929

Caused by Councillor Henry Langton Beckwith (Conservative, Wavertree, elected 1 November 1926)[32] being elected as an alderman in a poll of the councillors on 6 March 1929,[31][33] following the death on 29 January 1929 of Alderman William James Burgess(Conservative, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1923).[11][28]

No. 34 Wavertree 18 April 1929
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Gibbon Elliott 1,655 34%
Conservative Henry Gibson Nash 1,607 33%
Liberal John Richard Hobhouse 1,537 32%
Majority 48
Registered electors 13,247
Turnout 4,799 36%
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

[55]

The term of office to expire on 1 November 1929.

No. 38 Childwall, 18 April 1929

Caused by Councillor Herbert John Davis (Conservative, Childwall, elected 1 November 1927)[29] being elected as an alderman in a poll of the councillors on 6 March 1929,[27][30][31] following the death on 15 January 1929 of Alderman Arthur Stanley Mather CBE (Conservative, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1923).[11][28]

No. 38 Childwall 18 April 1929
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Alan Anderson Boyle 621 45%
Gerald Howard Taylor 523 38%
Frederick Stapleton 225 16%
Majority 98
Registered electors 2,525
Turnout 1,369 54%
Liberal gain from Conservative Swing

[56]

The term of office to expire on 1 November 1930.

No. 12 Dingle, 24 September 1929

Caused by Councillor Joseph Dalton Flood (Conservative, Dingle, last elected 1 November 1926)[35] being elected as an alderman in a poll of councillors on 4 September 1929,[36][37] following the death on 26 February 1929 of Alderman Albert Edward Jacob MP (Unionist, last elected as an alderman on 9 November 1926)[16][34]

No. 12 Dingle 24 September 1924
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour William Jones unopposed
Registered electors 14,084
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

[39]

The term of office to expire on 1 November 1929.

See also

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