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Burgesses and Postmasters of Warren, Pennsylvania


Burgesses of Warren, 1923-60 (may be incomplete!)
Frank J. Lyons as of 1923-25 Leroy E. Chapman 1926-30 Raymond W. Steber as of 1933-37 William E. Rice as of 1955-60

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1925 Nov 3: Leroy E. Chapman (Rep), elected; Tracy M. Greenlund (Dem), defeated.
  • 1929 Sep 17: Leroy E. Chapman (Rep), nominated; George L. Folkman (Rep), defeated in primary; G. M. Borg (Rep), defeated in primary.
  • 1929 Nov 5: Leroy E. Chapman (Rep), elected unopposed.


    Postmasters at Warren, 1819-1985 (may be incomplete!)
    Archibald Tanner 1819-29 Josiah Hall 1829-32 Orris Hall 1832-38 Walter W. Hodges 1838-39 John A. Hall 1839-41 Amory Moore 1841-43 John A. Hall 1843-48 Joshua D. Summerton 1848-49 David M. Williams 1849-53 Cornelius Masten 1853-55 St. John Goodrich 1855 Thomas W. Summerton 1855-58 Alonzo L. Morrison 1858-61 Christian Smith 1861-69 Robert A. Dennison 1869-77 Orrin C. Allen 1877-85 Isaac S. Alden 1885-89 Robert A. Love 1889-91 Willis A. Mitchell 1891-93 John M. Siegfried 1893-97 Starling W. Waters 1897-1912 Marshall C. Parshall 1912 Edwin R. Allen 1912-17 Will A. Walker 1917-21 Marshall C. Parshall 1921-22 Marshall C. Parshall 1922-26 Henry H. Bassett 1926-27 Karl M. Lyons 1927-28 Karl M. Lyons 1928-33 Will A. Walker 1933-34 James K. Bell 1934-38 Donald R. Briggs 1938 Marjorie B. Briggs 1938-39 James K. Bell 1939-50 Paul B. Gray 1950-51 Brace S. Knabenshue 1951-65 Francis H. DeLong 1965-67 Frank A. Fago 1967 Frank A. Fago 1967-85

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