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Mayors and Postmasters of Wilmington, Ohio


Mayors of Wilmington, 1828-1949 (may be incomplete!)
Isaiah Morris 1828-30 David Stratton 1830-31 Warren Sabin 1831-32 Amos T. Sewell 1832-33 Thomas Hibben 1833-34 Samuel McCune 1834-35 Daniel Kelley 1835 Eli McGregor 1835-36 Griffith Foos 1836-37 Robert B. Harlan 1837-38 George S. Jenkins 1838-39 Robert B. Harlan 1839-40 Abraham E. Strickle 1840-41 Thomas Hibben 1841-42 Franklin Corwin 1842-44 William Fuller 1844-45 Robert B. Harlan 1845-46 Amos T. Sewell 1846-47 James E. Johnson 1853-54 Benajah W. Fuller 1854 Grafton B. White 1854-55 Alonzo C. Diboll 1855-57 Benajah W. Fuller 1857 William B. Fisher 1857-58 Joshua D. Hadley 1858-59 C. C. Harris 1859-60 L. F. Austin 1860-61 Andrew H. Chapman 1861 William B. Fisher 1861-63 Lewis C. Walker 1863-64 William B. Fisher 1864-65 LeRoy Pope 1865-66 John C. Moon 1866-67 LeRoy Pope 1867-68 Alonzo C. Diboll 1868-69 Nathan M. Linton 1869-70 Milton L. Ent 1870-71 Levi Mills 1871-72 David T. White 1872-74 Alonzo C. Diboll 1874-76 Melville Hayes 1876-80 Lewis J. Walker 1880-85 Frank B. Mills 1885-86 Z. A. A. Haworth 1886-88 A. W. Doan 1888-96 M. J. Grady 1896-1900 W. I. Stewart 1900-02 A. E. Clevenger 1902-04 W. H. Hartman 1904-12 Amos Huffman 1912-14 Charles Curl 1914-15

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1828 Mar 3: Isaiah Morris, elected.
  • 1829 Mar 2: Isaiah Morris, elected.
  • 1830 Mar 1: David Stratton, elected.
  • 1831 Mar 7: Warren Sabin, elected.
  • 1832 Mar 5: Amos T. Sewell, elected.
  • 1833 Mar 4: Thomas Hibben, elected.
  • 1834 Mar 1: Samuel McCune, elected.
  • 1835 Mar 2: Daniel Kelley, elected.
  • 1835 Oct 31: Daniel Kelley, resigned.
  • 1835 Nov 6: Eli McGregor, elected.
  • 1836 Mar 7: Griffith Foos, elected.
  • 1837 Mar 6: Robert B. Harlan, elected.
  • 1838 Mar 5: George S. Jenkins, elected.
  • 1839 Mar 6: Robert B. Harlan, elected.
  • 1840 Mar 10: Abraham E. Strickle, elected.
  • 1854 May 24: Benajah W. Fuller, resigned.
  • 1857 Mar 7: Alonzo C. Diboll, resigned.
  • 1857 Apr 6: William B. Fisher, elected.
  • 1858 Apr 14: Joshua D. Hadley, elected.
  • 1859 Apr 17: C. C. Harris, elected.
  • 1860 Apr 2: L. F. Austin, elected.
  • 1861 Apr 9: Andrew H. Chapman, elected.
  • 1861 Jul 26: Andrew H. Chapman, resigned.
  • 1863 Apr 6: Lewis C. Walker, elected.
  • 1864 Apr 4: William B. Fisher, elected.
  • 1865 Apr 6: LeRoy Pope, elected.
  • 1866 Apr 10: John C. Moon, elected.
  • 1867 Apr 9: LeRoy Pope, elected.
  • 1868 Apr 6: Alonzo C. Diboll, elected.
  • 1869 Apr 9: Nathan M. Linton, elected.
  • 1933 Nov 7: C. Q. Hildebrand (Rep), elected.
  • 1949 Nov 8: Malcolm K. Arthur (Rep), elected.


    Postmasters at Wilmington, 1901 (may be incomplete!)
    J. C. Smith as of 1901

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