James Mouat (iii)

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For other people with the same name, see James Mouat. Not to be confused with James Mouat Goudie.

James Peter Mouat (b. 17 March 1867, Tingwall, d. 28 April 1937, Lerwick) was a commission agent and a County Councillor for Tingwall between 1919 and 1935.

He was a distant relative of Robert Stewart, Earl of Orkney (10th Great-grandfather), a cousin three-times-removed of James and the great nephew of James.

He unsuccessfully contested the Tingwall seat at the 1935 County Council election.

Political Career

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Zetland County Council
Preceded by
Robert Inkster
Member for

Succeeded by
Selina Garriock
Tingwall County Councillors
Councillors Arthur Hay (1890-1897) • Alexander Hay (1897-1901) • William Duncan (1901-1909) • Lewis Garriock (1909-1913) • Robert Inkster (1913-1919) • James Mouat (1919-1935) • Selina Garriock (1935-1938) • Westwood Hay (1938-1945) • George Ross (1945-1950) • George Spence (1950-1964) • Andrew Irvine (1964-1975)