Frank Comstock (politician)

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Frank Comstock
14th Mayor of South Norwalk, Connecticut
In office
1889 – 1889[1]
Preceded by William B. Hubbell
Succeeded by Edwin Wilcox
Member of the Connecticut House of Representatives from Norwalk
In office
1893 –  [2]
Personal details
Born (1856-08-19)August 19, 1856[3][4]
Wilton, Connecticut[3][4]
Died October 6, 1914(1914-10-06) (aged 58)[5]
Political party Republican[3]
Spouse(s) Sarah Berry (d. November 13, 1888)[6]
Residence South Norwalk, Connecticut
Occupation Hatter[3]

Frank Comstock (August 19, 1856 – October 6, 1914) was a one-term Republican mayor of South Norwalk, Connecticut in 1889. He was born in Wilton in 1856. He was the son of John R. Comstock and Helen Eugenia Whitney.[4] He served for three years as a Burgess of the Borough of Norwalk.[3] Comstock served in the Connecticut House of Representatives in 1893.[2]

In 1882, Comstock founded, along with Samuel Raymond, the Raymond & Comstock Company, a hat factory at 50 Day Street, in Norwalk.[3][7]

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Preceded by
William B. Hubbell
Mayor of South Norwalk, Connecticut
1889
Succeeded by
Edwin Wilcox