George W. Meeker
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|George W. Meeker|
|23rd Mayor of Columbus|
|Preceded by||James G. Bull|
|Succeeded by||James G. Bull|
|Residence||284 E. Long St.
|Alma mater||Otterbein College|
Justice of the Peace
George W. Meeker (1833–1890) was the 23rd mayor of Columbus, Ohio and the 21st person to serve in that office. He served Columbus for one term. His successor was James G. Bull after 1870. He died in 1890.
- Egger (1975), pp. 28.
- A Centennial Biographical History of the City of Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio. County and regional histories of the "Old Northwest.": Ohio. Chicago, Illinois: Lewis Publishing Company. 1901. pp. 472–475.
- "Meeker, George W (11/20/1834-7/26/1890)". Columbus in Historic Photographs. Columbus, Ohio: Columbus Metropolitan Library. Retrieved 10 November 2013.
- Powell, Thomas Edward, ed. (1913). The Democratic Party Of the State Of Ohio: A Comprehensive History Of Democracy In Ohio From 1803 To 1912, Including Democratic Legislation In the State, The Campaigns Of a Century, History Of Democratic Conventions, the Reverses And Successes Of the Party, Etc, Volume 2. Ohio Publishing Company. pp. 251–253.
James G. Bull
|Mayor of Columbus, Ohio
James G. Bull
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