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Wallingford, Connecticut
including Tracy, Yalesville
Mayors, First Selectmen, Wardens, Postmasters


Mayors of Wallingford, 1989-2012 (may be incomplete!)
William W. Dickinson, Jr. as of 2011-12

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1989 Nov 7: William W. Dickinson, Jr. (Rep), elected; Thomas J. Wall (Dem), defeated.


    First Selectmen of Wallingford, 1888-1957 (may be incomplete!)
    W. Burr Hall as of 1888 William E. Hall as of 1896 W. Burr Hall as of 1897-1901 Marcus E. Cooke as of 1904-11 C. Storrs Hall as of 1920-27 William M. Loring as of 1947 Edward H. Leonard as of 1950-55 Philander Cooke as of 1956-57


    Wardens of Wallingford, 1888-1957 (may be incomplete!)
    Roswell C. Morse as of 1888 Dennis E. Morris as of 1896 Henry B. Hall as of 1897 Henry B. Hall as of 1904 William E. Becroft as of 1909-11 John E. Martin as of 1917 Merton K. Pickett as of 1920 Richard Clarke as of 1921-22 John P. Bridgett as of 1926-30 Dennis J. Hennessey as of 1937 Fred Ulbrich as of 1947 Thomas P. O'Neil as of 1950-51 John A. McGuire as of 1954-55 John A. Buza as of 1956-57


    Postmasters at Wallingford, 1901 (may be incomplete!)
    C. S. Hall as of 1901


    Tracy

    Postmasters at Tracy, 1901 (may be incomplete!)
    A. J. Ives as of 1901


    Yalesville

    Postmasters at Yalesville, 1901 (may be incomplete!)
    William H. McKenzie as of 1901

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