David Williamson

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David Williamson (b. 18 September 1860, Arbirlot, Angus, d. 6 January 1937, Royal Hairdressing Saloon, Lerwick) was a Bank Agent and a County Councillor for Yell South first between 1895 and 1901, then again between 1902 and 1910.

His eldest daughter, Mary, was married to councillor Charles Mitchell.

He unsuccessfully contested the Yell South seat at the 1910 County Council election.

Political Career

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Zetland County Council
Preceded by
John Small
Member for
Yell South

1895-1910
Succeeded by
George Hogan
Yell South County Councillors
Councillors John Love (1890-1892) • John Small (1892-1895) • David Williamson (1895-1910) • George Hogan (1910-1919) • Thomas Manson (1919-1922) • James A. Smith (1922-1932) • Thomas Manson (1932-1940) • John Williamson (1940-1949) • George Spence (1949-1950) • John Williamson (1950-1952) • Laurence Johnson (1952-1955) • John Tulloch (1955-1958) • Charles Spence (1958-1964) • John Tulloch (1964-1966) • Robert Gray (1966-1975)