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Bronx County
New York

Politicians who died in Bronx County

  Bronx:
 
  Bronx, 1800-1899: Edward Haight, 1885
  Bronx, 1900-1999: Hervey Chittenden Calkin, 1913 — Timothy D. Sullivan, 1913 — Albert E. Crabtree, 1915 — John J. Brady, 1916 — Ernest Hall, 1920 — Anthony J. Griffin, 1935 — Louis F. Haffen, 1935 — Louis A. Cuvillier, 1935 — Benjamin Gladstone, 1935 — John M. Tierney, 1936 — Edward W. Curley, 1940 — Israel J. P. Adlerman, 1941 — Henry Bruckner, 1942 — Charles D. Millard, 1944 — Morris S. Schector, 1944 — Fiorello H. LaGuardia, 1947 — Francis Martin, 1947 — Herman M. Albert, 1947 — Alfred L. Becker, 1948 — Douglas Mathewson, 1948 — James M. Fitzpatrick, 1949 — Douglas H. Grieve, 1951 — Leonard D. Abbott, 1953 — Thomas L. J. Corcoran, 1955 — Nicholas J. Eberhard, 1957 — James J. Broderick, 1964 — Melville E. Abrams, 1966 — Charles A. Buckley, 1967 — Frank Oliver, 1968 — Matthew M. Levy, 1971 — Thomas J. Brady, 1971 — Lawrence E. Gerosa, 1972 — Peter A. Quinn, 1974 — Robert Gaylord Barnes, 1977 — Jacob H. Gilbert, 1981 — Samuel Orr, 1981 — Abraham Solomon, 1983 — Abraham Bernstein, 1990 — Joseph F. Periconi, 1994 — Mario A. Procaccino, 1995 — David Ross, 1997
  Bronx, 2000-2021: John Westergaard, 2003 — Abraham J. Hirschfeld, 2005 — Thomas J. Manton, 2006 — Mario Biaggi, 2015
  Fordham, Westchester County (now part of Bronx, Bronx County): Henry W. T. Mali, 1867
  Fordham, Bronx, New York County (now Bronx County): Jacob M. Patterson, 1899
  Morrisania, Westchester County (now part of Bronx, Bronx County): Lewis Morris, 1798 — Gouverneur Morris, 1816
  New York, New York County (part now in Bronx, Bronx County): William B. Ogden, 1877
  Spuyten Duyvil, Bronx: Hiram Barney, 1895
  Spuyten Duyvil, New York County (now part of Bronx, Bronx County): Webster Wagner, 1882
   See also New York deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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