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Mayors and Postmasters of Mooresville, North Carolina


Mayors of Mooresville, 1953-2009 (may be incomplete!)
W. Fred Morrow as of 1953 Boyce A. Brawley as of 1954-56

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 2009 Nov 3: Chris Montgomery, elected; Bill Thunberg, defeated.


    Postmasters at Mooresville, 1873-1969 (may be incomplete!)
    M. M. Culps 1873 Smiley J. Brown 1873-75 Thomas C. Alexander 1875-76 Robert L. Goodman 1876 Thomas C. Alexander 1876 Adam A. Klutts 1876 James S. Beaty 1876-80 Smiley J. Brown 1880-81 George A. Page 1881-82 George W. Templeton 1882-85 Margaret A. Fowler 1885-87 John R. McNeely 1887-89 James E. D. Templeton 1889-92 James B. Atwell 1892 James E. D. Templeton 1892 Robert S. Templeton 1892-93 David K. McNeely 1893-97 Robert S. Templeton 1897-1910 Alonzo C. Herley 1910-14 William D. Templeton 1914-22 S. M. Goodman 1922-23 Jay Shoaf 1923-25 George E. Brantley 1925-34 John M. Kennette 1934-35 John M. Kennette 1935-46 Ben S. Houston 1947 Ben S. Houston 1947-66 Joe D. Thompson 1966 Joe D. Thompson 1966-69

    Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1892: James E. D. Templeton, died in office.
  • 1946 Jun 23: John M. Kennette, died in office.
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