John Guerrant Miller

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John Guerrant Miller
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13th Mayor of Columbus
In office
1840 – May 4, 1841
Preceded by Philo H. Olmsted
Succeeded by Thomas Wood
Personal details
Born 1795
Goochland County, Virginia
Died 1871
Political party Whig
Spouse(s) Christian Tyler
Otis Crosby
Children John G.
Residence Goochland County, Virginia
Columbus, Ohio
Alma mater William and Mary College
Profession Mayor
Newspaper operator
Attorney
Postmaster
Judge
Gas Company Director
Justice of the Peace

John Guerrant Miller (1795–1871) was the 13th mayor of Columbus, Ohio. He was also the 12th person to serve in that office. He resigned his office as mayor on May 4, 1841 to become postmaster in Columbus. He served Columbus as mayor for 13 months. His successor after 1841 was Thomas Wood.[1]

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  1. ^ Egger (1975), pp. 19.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Philo H. Olmsted
Mayor of Columbus, Ohio
1840–1841
Succeeded by
Thomas Wood