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Mayors and Postmasters of Marietta, Ohio


Mayors of Marietta, 1856-1954 (may be incomplete!)
William Augustus Whittlesey as of 1856 William Augustus Whittlesey as of 1860 William Augustus Whittlesey as of 1862 J. Morton Hooper as of 1937 Percy W. Griffiths as of 1938-39 Gerald E. Broughton as of 1953 Benjamin B. Cain as of 1954

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1949 Nov 8: Joe C. Hartline (Rep), elected.


    Postmasters at Marietta, 1794-1972 (may be incomplete!)
    Return J. Meigs, Jr. 1794-95 Josiah Munroe 1795-1801 David Putman 1801 Griffin Green 1801-04 Philip Green 1804-07 Griffin Green 1807-15 Samuel Holt 1815-18 Henry P. Willcox 1818-25 Daniel H. Buell 1825-29 Aaron V. D. Joline 1829-41 Abner L. Guitteau 1841-47 Frederick A. Wheeler 1847-53 Nathaniel Bishop 1853-57 Andrew W. McCormick 1857-61 Sala Bosworth 1861-66 William C. Buck 1866-67 Sala Bosworth 1867-70 William B. Mason 1870-78 Samuel L. Grosvenor 1878-86 Dudley S. Nye 1886-90 Eli R. Alderman 1890-94 Henry Roeser 1894-98 Manning M. Rose 1898-1911 Alva D. Alderman 1911-12 Gamaliel J. Lund 1912 Charles A. Ward 1912-16 Frank G. Henry 1916-22 John M. Doan 1922-25 Asa D. McCoy 1925-26 Asa D. McCoy 1926-34 Frank J. McCauley 1934-49 Dennis E. Hurst 1949-50 Dennis E. Hurst 1950-72

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