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Griswold, Connecticut
including Jewett City, Glasgo
First Selectmen, Postmasters, Wardens


First Selectmen of Griswold, 1888-1989 (may be incomplete!)
John C. Hawkins as of 1888 Frederick H. Fanning as of 1896-98 James H. Finn as of 1901-04 Daniel L. Phillips as of 1907 William H. Tift as of 1909 James H. Shea as of 1910-17 Horace Mailhotte as of 1919 Maxcy Seymour as of 1920 William H. Johnstone as of 1921 Maxcy Seymour as of 1922-27 H. E. Olson as of 1947-49 Aloysius Kargul as of 1950

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1989 Nov 7: Donald E. Burdick (Dem), elected; Steven E. Way (Rep), defeated.


    Postmasters at Griswold, 1901 (may be incomplete!)
    Albert R. Saunders as of 1901


    Jewett City

    Wardens of Jewett City, 1896-1950 (may be incomplete!)
    A. A. Young, Jr. as of 1896-97 Ira F. Lewis as of 1904-11 Joseph H. McCarthy as of 1917 Horace Mailhotte as of 1920 Joseph H. McCarthy as of 1921-22 Matthew J. Geary as of 1926-28 Edmond Jodoin as of 1929-30 Joseph H. McCarthy as of 1937 Frank Zavistoski as of 1947 Ulderic E. Jodoin as of 1950


    Postmasters at Jewett City, 1901 (may be incomplete!)
    W. H. Brown as of 1901


    Glasgo

    Postmasters at Glasgo, 1901 (may be incomplete!)
    Jonas L. Herbert as of 1901

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