Augustus Stoner Decker

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Augustus Stoner Decker
18th Mayor of Columbus
In office
1946–1946
Preceded by Alexander Patton
Succeeded by Alexander Patton
Personal details
Born (1813-07-20)July 20, 1813
Reading, Pennsylvania
Died May 2, 1872(1872-05-02) (aged 58)
Columbus, Ohio
Resting place Green Lawn Cemetery
Columbus, Ohio
Political party Whig
Spouse(s) Martha L. Crum
Profession Retailer
Manufacturer
Mayor
Councilman

Augustus Stoner Decker (July 20, 1813 – May 2, 1872)[1] was the 18th mayor of Columbus, Ohio during the year 1846. He was appointed mayor after Alexander Patton left the position early. Decker was born in Pennsylvania in 1813 and later moved to Columbus, Ohio with his family.[2]

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