James Robinson (Ohio)

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James Robinson
6th Mayor of Columbus
In office
1827 – September 11, 1827
Appointed by Burough Council of Columbus
Preceded by William T. Martin
Succeeded by William Long
Personal details
Profession Mayor
Member of Burough Council
Tavern operator
Inn operator
President of toll road company

James Robinson was the sixth mayor of Columbus, Ohio. He served Columbus for eight months. He is the shortest-serving former mayor of Columbus, Ohio. His successor was William Long.[1]

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  1. ^ Egger (1975), pp. 13.

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Political offices
Preceded by
William T. Martin
Mayor of Columbus, Ohio
1827-1827
Succeeded by
William Long