Isaac De Reimer
|Isaac De Reimer|
|25th Mayor of New York City|
|Preceded by||David Provost|
|Succeeded by||Thomas Noell|
Isaac De Reimer was the 25th Mayor of New York City from 1700 to 1701.
In 1700, Isaac de Reimer, a merchant of Holland origin was appointed Mayor. He was a descendant of one of the oldest families of the city, and a nephew of the well-known Cornelius Van Steenwyck, the former mayor.
De Reimer Avenue in The Bronx is named after him.
- Booth, Mary Louise (1859). History of the City of New York. W.R.C. Clark. p. 263.
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