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Mayors and Postmasters of Little Rock, Arkansas


Mayors of Little Rock, 1832-2003 (may be incomplete!)
Matthew Cunningham 1832 William W. Stephenson 1833 Elijah A. More 1834 David Fulton 1835 James Pitcher 1835-37 Jesse Brown 1838-40 Samuel H. Webb 1841 John Widgery 1842 Samuel G. Trowbridge 1842-43 Thomas S. Reynolds 1843 Eli Colby 1843 William Brown, Sr. 1844 Lambert J. Reardon 1845-46 R. L. Dodge 1847 Samuel H. Webb 1848-49 Roswell Beebe 1849-50 D. J. Baldwin 1850 John E. Knight 1851 A. J. Hutt 1852-53 Thomas D. Merrick 1854 C. P. Bertrand 1855-56 William E. Ashley 1857-58 Gordon N. Peay 1859-60 William E. Ashley 1861-63 J. J. McAlmont 1866 J. W. Hopkins 1867 John Wassell 1868 A. K. Hartman 1869-70 J. G. Botsford 1870 Robert F. Catterson 1871-73 Frederick Kramer 1873-75 John G. Fletcher 1875-81 Frederick Kramer 1881-87 William G. Whipple 1887-91 H. L. Fletcher 1891-93 M. G. Hall 1893-95 J. A. Woodson 1895-1900 W. R. Duley 1900-03 W. E. Lenon 1903-08 John H. Hollis 1908 W. R. Duley 1908-11 Charles E. Taylor 1911-19 Ben D. Brickhouse 1919-25 Charles E. Moyer 1925-29 Pat L. Robinson 1929-31 Horace A. Knowlton 1931-35 R. E. Overman 1935-39 J. V. Satterfield, Jr. 1939-41 Charles E. Moyer 1941-45 Dan T. Sprick 1945-47 Sam M. Wassell 1947-51 Pratt C. Remmel 1952-55 Woodrow Wilson Mann 1956-57 Werner C. Knoop 1957-62 Byron R. Morse 1963-64 Harold Henson, Jr. 1965-66 Martin Borchert 1967-68 Haco Boyd 1969-70 George E. Wimberly 1971-72 William H. Walters 1973-74 George E. Wimberly 1975-76 Donald L. Mehlberger 1977-78 A. M. 'Sandy' Keith 1979 Webster L. Hubbell 1979-81 Charles Bussey 1981-82 J. W. 'Buddy' Benefield 1982-85 Thomas A. Prince 1985-87 Lottie H. Shackelford 1987-91 Sharon Priest 1991-93 Jim Dailey 1994-

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1842 May 24: John Widgery, resigned.
  • 1843 Jan 4: Samuel G. Trowbridge, resigned.
  • 1843 Sep 12: Thomas S. Reynolds, resigned.
  • 1849 Apr 19: Samuel H. Webb, resigned.
  • 1850 Feb 13: D. J. Baldwin, resigned.
  • 1951 Nov 6: Pratt C. Remmel (Rep), elected; Sam M. Wassell (Dem), defeated.
  • 1953 Nov 3: Pratt C. Remmel (Rep), elected; Aubrey Kerr (Dem), defeated.
  • 1955: Woodrow Wilson Mann (Dem), elected.
  • 1979 Jul 1: A. M. 'Sandy' Keith, resigned.
  • 1981 Jul 14: Webster L. Hubbell, resigned.


    Postmasters at Little Rock, 1820-1973 (may be incomplete!)
    Amos Wheeler 1820-21 Henry W. Conway 1821-23 Thomas W. Newton 1823-30 John T. Fulton 1830-31 William Field 1831-35 John T. Fulton 1835-38 David Fulton 1838 Samuel H. Hempstead 1838-39 Barnett Williams 1839-45 William E. Woodruff 1845-46 Lambert J. Reardon 1846-49 William F. Pope 1849-55 John E. Reardon 1855-57 Thomas J. Churchill 1857-61 William F. Pope 1861-64 James S. Pollock 1864-70 James L. Hodges 1870-71 James S. Pollock 1871-75 Joseph Brooks 1875-77 Ozra A. Hadley 1877-81 Brewster Cameron 1881 Rollin A. Edgerton 1881-86 Thomas W. Newton 1886-89 Rollin A. Edgerton 1889-93 James Mitchell 1893-97 Winfield S. Holt 1897-1910 Ulysses S. Bratton 1910-13 William E. Floyd 1913-21 James A. Ginocchio 1921 James A. Ginocchio 1921-29 Albert E. Townsend 1929-30 Albert E. Townsend 1930-33 Nell Remmel 1933 Charles C. Kavanaugh 1933-34 Charles C. Kavanaugh 1934-38 Ewilda M. Robinson 1938-39 Ewilda M. Robinson 1939-53 Albert E. Townsend 1953-54 Irel C. Bellville 1954 Irel C. Bellville 1954-61 Roy L. Sharpe 1961 Cecil E. McSwain, Jr. 1961-63 Roy L. Sharpe 1963-73

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