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Titusville, Pennsylvania
Mayors, Burgesses, Postmasters


Mayors of Titusville, 1866-1964 (may be incomplete!)
Joel N. Angier 1866-67 Henry Hinkley 1868-69 Frederick Bates 1870-71 Walter B. Roberts 1872 John Fertig 1873-75 David H. Mitchell 1876 David Emery 1877-78 William Barnsdale 1878-80 A. N. Perrin 1880-82 James H. Caldwell 1882-84 George Martbaler as of 1920 Charles B. Morgan as of 1927 William B. Griffin as of 1929 A. G. Bellen as of 1933 L. D. Fulton as of 1935-37 Chester C. Hampton as of 1953-56 C. M. Sonne as of 1960 Herbert E. Varnum as of 1964

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1955 May 17: Chester C. Hampton (Dem), nominated unopposed.
  • 1955 May 17: C. M. Sonne (Rep), nominated; Gordon Tracy (Rep), defeated in primary.
  • 1955 Nov 8: Chester C. Hampton (Dem), elected; C. M. Sonne (Rep), defeated.


    Burgesses of Titusville, 1848-66 (may be incomplete!)
    Joseph L. Chase 1848 Jonathan Titus 1851 Samuel Silliman 1852 A. B. Hubbard 1853 J. M. Allen 1854 James Parker 1856 Joseph L. Chase 1857-59 Z. Wade 1860 John Moore 1861 N. Kingsland 1862 O. K. Howe 1863 F. W. Ames 1864-65 Joel N. Angier 1866


    Postmasters at Titusville, 1901-69 (may be incomplete!)
    Martin R. Rouse as of 1901 Ralph E. Seep 1933-35 Ralph E. Seep 1935-38 L. Pearle Seep 1938-40 L. Pearle Seep 1940-61 Edward A. Lynch 1961-62 Edward A. Lynch 1962-69

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