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|Member of the Illinois House of Representatives from Madison County|
|10th Mayor of Columbus|
|Preceded by||John Brooks|
|Succeeded by||Warren Jenkins|
|Member of the Ohio House of Representatives from Ross County|
|Born||May 8, 1787
Saint Ouen, Isle of Jersey
|Died||September 3, 1857
|Spouse(s)||Mary Elizabeth Heath|
John Bailhache (May 8, 1787 – September 3, 1857) was the 10th mayor of Columbus, Ohio. The Columbus City Council appointed him to complete the remaining two-year term of John Brooks after he resigned his office on April 21, 1835. His successor after 1836 was Warren Jenkins.
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- John Bailhache at Find a Grave
- John Bailhache at Political Graveyard
- "Bailhache-Brayman Family Papers, 1796-1922". Chronicling Illinois. Retrieved 2 August 2014.
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