James D. Green

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James Diman Green[1]
8th Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts
In office
January 1860 – July 24, 1861
Preceded by John Sargent
Succeeded by Charles Theodore Russell
4th Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts
In office
April 1851 – April 1853
Preceded by George Stevens
Succeeded by Abraham Edwards
1st Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts
In office
May 1846 – April 1848
Preceded by Board of Selectmen
Succeeded by Sidney Willard
Member of the Board of Selectmen
of Cambridge, Massachusetts[2]
In office
1845[2] – 1845[2]
Personal details
Born September 8, 1798[1]
Malden, Massachusetts
Died Cambridge, Massachusetts[1]
Occupation Minister[1]

James Diman Green (September 8, 1798 – August 18, 1882) was a Massachusetts politician who served as a Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, a member of the Board of Selectmen and the first, fourth and eighth Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts.[1]

Political offices
Preceded by
Board of Selectmen
1st Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts
May 1846 – April 1848
Succeeded by
Sidney Willard
Preceded by
George Stevens
4th Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts
April 1853 – April 1854
Succeeded by
Abraham Edwards
Preceded by
John Sargent
8th Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts
January 1860 – July 24, 1861
Succeeded by
Charles Theodore Russell
Preceded by
Member of the Board of Selectmen
of Cambridge, Massachusetts

1845–1845
Succeeded by

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Waters, Henry Fritz-Gilbert (1883), The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Volume XXXVII, Boston, MA: The New England Historical and Genealogical Society, p. 94. 
  2. ^ a b c Paige, Lucius Robinson (1877), History of Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1630–1877: With a Genealogical Register, Boston, MA: H. O. Houghton And Company, p. 466.