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Mayors and Postmasters of Ashland, Kentucky


Mayors of Ashland, 1876-1972 (may be incomplete!)
H. B. Brodess 1876-81 John Means 1881-82 William Wirt Culbertson 1882-83 W. H. H. Eba 1883 Thomas Russell 1883-86 W. W. Patterson 1886-89 Patrick Moriarty, Jr. 1889 David A. Fisher 1889-92 J. C. Whitten 1892-93 Thomas S. Newman 1894-97 William A. Ginn 1897-1905 Joseph Oscar Matthewson 1906-10 Albert H. Moore 1910-13 J. M. McCleary 1913 William A. Ginn 1913-14 W. M. Salisbury 1914-17 H. R. Dysard 1917-21 W. M. Salisbury 1921-25 William M. Nicholson 1925 William B. Whitt 1926 Ernest E. Ramey 1926-27 Charles F. Weaver 1927 W. C. Frailie 1928-31 Edgar B. Hager 1932-35 Will C. Simpson 1936-39 Henry Shanklin 1940-43 Clyde Levi 1944-47 Will C. Simpson 1948-51 David Aronberg 1952-55 Wilburn Caskey 1956-59 David Aronberg 1960-64 Wilburn Caskey 1964-68 Charles H. Gartrell 1968-72

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1881 Oct 20: H. B. Brodess, died in office.
  • 1913 Sep 26: Albert H. Moore, died in office.
  • 1926 Dec 19: William B. Whitt, died in office.
  • 1935 Dec 19: Edgar B. Hager, died in office.


    Postmasters at Ashland, 1887-1901 (may be incomplete!)
    Robert W. Lampton as of 1887 James S. Ogden as of 1889 Thomas Bogges as of 1901

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