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Mayors and Postmasters of Corry, Pennsylvania


Mayors of Corry, 1866-1962 (may be incomplete!)
W. H. L. Smith 1866-67 S. A. Bennett 1867-68 R. A. Palmer 1868-69 F. S. Barney 1869-70 M. Crosby 1870-72 F. A. Phillips 1872-73 A. F. Kent 1873-74 B. Ellsworth 1874-75 T. A. Allen 1875-79 F. Stanford 1879-81 J. D. Bentley 1881-82 T. A. Allen 1882-83 Isaac Colegrove 1884-85 J. L. Hatch 1886 W. C. Shields 1887 W. E. Marsh 1888 A. F. Bole 1889 Eli Barlow 1890 J. M. Lambing 1891-92 A. B. Osborne 1893-94 R. N. Seavor 1895 Byron H. Phelps 1896-97 Nathaniel Stone 1897-1900 Richard P. Dawson 1900-03 Frank L. Bliss 1903-06 Guy D. Heath 1906-09 Cassius L. Alexander 1909-13 John B. Patterson 1914-17 Cassius L. Alexander 1918-25 Olin W. Bracken 1926-29 Cassius L. Alexander 1929-31 Frank T. England 1931 Benjamin F. Starr 1932 Frank T. England 1932 Glen Miller as of 1933-35 F. E. Hepler as of 1937 J. Fred Kinley as of 1953 Earl T. Cherry as of 1954-56 J. Fred Kinley as of 1960 Philip Zalzneck as of 1962

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1909: Cassius L. Alexander, elected.
  • 1913 Nov 4: John B. Patterson, elected; George B. Ream, defeated.
  • 1917 Nov 6: Cassius L. Alexander, elected unopposed.
  • 1921: Cassius L. Alexander, elected.
  • 1925: Olin W. Bracken, elected.
  • 1929: Cassius L. Alexander, elected.
  • 1931 Jun 9: Cassius L. Alexander, died in office.
  • 1931 Nov 3: Benjamin F. Starr, elected.
  • 1932 Jul 27: Benjamin F. Starr, died in office.


    Postmasters at Corry, 1879-1972 (may be incomplete!)
    O. E. Gleason as of 1879 John F. Austin as of 1899-1901 Harry Auer 1933-36 James P. Sullivan 1936 James P. Sullivan 1936-64 Richard Charles McLaughlin 1964-65 Richard Charles McLaughlin 1965-72

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