Lewis Garriock

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Lewis James Garriock (b. 2 June 1877, Dundee, d. 6 April 1938, Scalloway) was a County Councillor for Tingwall between 1909 and 1913.

In 1935, his wife, Selina, became the first ever female County Councillor elected in Shetland.

He was a distance relative of Sandsting County Councillor Simon Garriock (4th cousin twice removed) and his great uncle, James Greig, was a Lerwick Town Councillor.

He unsuccessfully contested the 1930 Sandsting County Council by-election.

Political Career

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Zetland County Council
Preceded by
William Duncan
Member for

Succeeded by
Robert Inkster
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)