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Mayors and Postmasters of Marquette, Michigan


Mayors of Marquette, 1868-2002 (may be incomplete!)
M. H. Maynard 1868-70 N. D. Smith 1871 Henry H. Stafford 1871 Samuel P. Ely 1872-73 Alfred P. Swineford 1874-75 James Pickands 1876 Francis M. Moore 1877 James P. Pendill 1878-81 Jeffrey Coles 1882 Samuel W. Wheeler 1883 F. B. Spear 1884-85 Henry C. Thurber 1886 Timothy Nester 1887 F. O. Clark 1888-89 John Munro Longyear 1890-91 Sidney Adams 1892 Nathan M. Kaufman 1893-94 John H. Jacobs 1895-96 James E. Sherman 1897 Joseph F. Neidhart 1898-1900 William J. Stevens 1900-01 John D. Mangum 1901 James Russell 1902 Merwin E. Asire 1903-04 Walter T. Ward 1905 Rush Culver 1906 John Robertson 1907-08 Daniel Vaughan 1909-10 John H. Jacobs 1911-12 William Fassbender 1913 Fred H. Begole 1914-18 Harlow A. Clark 1919-23 John Robertson 1924-28 E. J. Hudson 1929-33 Arthur F. Jacques 1934-38 Louis W. Biegler 1939-43 James J. Beckman 1944-48 John J. O'Neil 1949-50 Bernard L. York 1951 Leonard W. Brumm 1952 Bernard L. York 1953 Leonard W. Brumm 1954 Harold W. Alholm 1955 Richard C. Hammerschmidt 1956 James W. Clark 1957 Richard R. Bur 1958 C. Fred Rydholm 1959 James R. Smith 1960 Elmer K. Carlson 1961 James R. Smith 1962 C. Fred Rydholm 1963 Joseph Fine 1964 Edward L. Downey, Jr. 1965 Robert E. Moore 1966 C. Fred Rydholm 1967 Edward L. Downey, Jr. 1968 Lloyd H. Price 1969 Patrick J. Lowney 1970 Paul J. LaFreniere 1971 William J. Malandrone 1972-74 Holly S. Greer 1975-76 Howard R. Swaine 1977 Warren R. Merrick 1978 Glenda Robinson 1979 Robert M. Ling 1980-81 Daniel S. Mazzuchi 1982 Robert S. Stow, Sr. 1983 Robert Kulisheck 1984 J. Michael Coyne 1985 Robert O. Berube II 1986 J. Michael Coyne 1987 Robert O. Berube II 1988 J. Michael Coyne 1989 William G. Birch 1990 Frank P. Sciotto 1991 Charles E. Coffey 1992 J. Scott Pinkard 1993 John S. Leadbetter 1994 J. Scott Pinkard 1995 John S. Leadbetter as of 2002

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1900 Apr 2: Joseph F. Neidhart (People's), elected; John D. Mangum (Citizens), defeated.
  • 1906 Apr 2: Rush Culver (Dem), elected.
  • 1909 Apr 5: Daniel Vaughan (Citizens), elected.
  • 1948 Oct 12: John J. O'Neil, elected; James J. Beckman, defeated.


    Postmasters at Marquette, 1871-1911 (may be incomplete!)
    Terrence Moore as of 1871 Samuel M. Billings as of 1881-83 J. Russell as of 1887 Samuel M. Billings as of 1891 Orrin G. Younguist as of 1901 John D. Mangum as of 1911

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