List of Lord Mayors of Dublin

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The Lord Mayor of Dublin is the head of Dublin City Council and first citizen of Dublin. The title was created in 1229 as Mayor of Dublin. It was elevated to Lord Mayor in 1665. The date of election is the end of June, and the term of office is one year.

Mayors of Dublin[edit]

13th century[edit]

  • 1229–30 Richard Muton
  • 1230–31 Henry de Exeter
  • 1231–32 Thomas de la Corner
  • 1232–33 Robert Pollard
  • 1233–34 Gilbert de Lyvet
  • 1234–35 Robert Owain
  • 1235–37 Gilbert de Lyvet
  • 1237–38 Elias Burel
  • 1238–40 Robert Pollard
  • 1240–41 Henry de Exeter
  • 1241–42 William Flamstede
  • 1242–43 John Le Warre
  • 1243–44 Philip de Dureham
  • 1244–45 John Le Warre
  • 1245–46 Roger Owen
  • 1246–49 John Le Warre
  • 1249–50 Roger Oeyn
  • 1250–52 Elias Burel
  • 1252–56 John Le Warre
  • 1256–57 Richard Olaf
  • 1257–58 Sir John Le Warre
  • 1258–59 Peter Abraham
  • 1259–60 Elias Burel
  • 1260–61 Thomas de Winchester
  • 1261–63 Roger de Asshebourne
  • 1263–64 Thomas de Winchester
  • 1264–65 Vincent Taverner
  • 1265–67 Thomas de Winchester
  • 1267–68 Vincent Taverner
  • 1268–69 Roger Asshebourne
  • 1269–70 Vincent Taverner
  • 1270–71 Thomas de Winchester
  • 1271–72 William de Bristol
  • 1272–75 John Garget
  • 1275–76 City in King's Hands
  • 1276–77 Walter Unred
  • 1277–79 David de Callan
  • 1279–80 Henry Le Mareschall
  • 1280–83 David de Callan
  • 1283–86 Walter Unred
  • 1286–88 Thomas de Coventry
  • 1288–92 William de Bristol
  • 1292–94 Robert de Bray
  • 1294–95 John Le Seriaunt
  • 1295–96 Robert de Wyleby
  • 1296–99 Thomas Coyls
  • 1299–1301 John Le Seriaunt

14th century[edit]

  • 1301–02 City in King's Hands
  • 1302–02 John de Decer
  • 1303–03 Geoffrey de Morton
  • 1304–04 John Le Seriaunt
  • 1305–05 John Le Decer
  • 1306–06 John Le Seriaunt
  • 1307–09 John Le Decer
  • 1309–10 Robert de Nottingham
  • 1310–11 John Seriaunt
  • 1311–14 Richard Lawles
  • 1314–15 Robert de Nottingham
  • 1315–16 Richard Lawles
  • 1316–19 Robert de Nottingham
  • 1319–20 Robert de Moenes
  • 1320–22 Robert de Nottingham
  • 1322–24 William Douce
  • 1324–26 John Le Decer
  • 1326–27 Robert Le Tanner
  • 1327–28 William Le Mareschal
  • 1328–29 Robert Tanner
  • 1329–30 Philip Cradok
  • 1330–31 William Douce
  • 1331–32 John de Moenes
  • 1332–33 William Beydyn
  • 1333–34 Geoffrey Cromp
  • 1334–35 William Beyden
  • 1335–36 John de Moenes
  • 1336–37 Philip Cradok
  • 1337–38 John de Moenes
  • 1338–39 Robert Le Tanner
  • 1339–41 Kenewrek Scherman
  • 1341–47 John Le Seriaunt
  • 1347–48 Geoffrey Crompe
  • 1348–49 Kenewrek Scherman
  • 1349–50 Geoffrey Crompe
  • 1349–50 John Seriaunt
  • 1350–51 John Bathe
  • 1351–52 Robert de Moenes
  • 1352–53 Adam Louestoc
  • 1353–56 John Seriaunt
  • 1356–57 Robert Burnell
  • 1357–58 Peter Barfot
  • 1358–59 John Taylor
  • 1359–61 Peter Berfot
  • 1361–62 Richard Heygrewe
  • 1362–64 John Beke
  • 1364–65 David Tyrrell
  • 1365–66 Richard Heygrewe
  • 1366–67 David Tyrrell
  • 1367–68 Peter Woder
  • 1368–69 John Wydon
  • 1369–71 John Passavaunt
  • 1371–74 John Wydon
  • 1374–75 Nicholas Seriaunt
  • 1375–76 Edmund Berle
  • 1376–78 Nicholas Serivaunt
  • 1378–79 Robert Stakebold
  • 1379–80 John Wydon
  • 1380–82 John Hull
  • 1382–83 Edmund Berle
  • 1383–84 Robert Burnel
  • 1384–85 Roger Bekeford
  • 1385–86 Edmund Berle
  • 1386–87 Robert Stackebold
  • 1387–88 John Bermingham
  • 1388–89 John Passavaunt
  • 1389–90 Thomas Mareward
  • 1390–91 Thomas Cusacke
  • 1391–92 Richaed Chamberlain
  • 1392–93 John Mareward
  • 1393–96 Thomas Cusacke
  • 1396–97 Geoffrey Gallane
  • 1397–98 Thomas Cusake
  • 1398–99 Nicholas Fynglas
  • 1399–1400 Ralph Ebbe
  • 1400–01 Thomas Cusacke

15th century[edit]

  • 1401–03 John Drake
  • 1403–04 Thomas Cusacke
  • 1404–06 John Drake
  • 1406–07 Thomas Cusacke
  • 1407–08 William Wade
  • 1408–10 Thomas Cusacke
  • 1410–11 Robert Gallane
  • 1411–12 John Drake
  • 1412–13 Thomas Cusake
  • 1413–14 Luke Dowdall
  • 1414–16 Thomas Cusacke
  • 1416–17 Walter Tyrrell
  • 1417–19 Thomas Cusacke
  • 1419–20 Walter Tyrrell
  • 1420–22 John Burnell
  • 1422–23 Thomas Cusacke
  • 1423–24 John White
  • 1424–25 Thomas Cusacke
  • 1425–26 Sir Walter Tyrrell
  • 1426–27 John Walshe
  • 1427–29 Thomas Shortall
  • 1429–30 Thomas Cusacke
  • 1430–32 John White
  • 1432–33 John Hadsor
  • 1433–34 Nicholas Woder
  • 1434–35 Ralph Pembroke
  • 1435–36 John Kylbery
  • 1436–37 Robert Chambre
  • 1437–38 Thomas Newberry
  • 1438–39 Nicholas Woder
  • 1439–40 John FitzRobert
  • 1440–41 Nicholas Woder
  • 1441–42 Ralph Pembroke
  • 1442–47 Nicholas Woder
  • 1447–48 Thomas Newbery
  • 1448–49 No entry
  • 1449–51 Sir Robert Burnell
  • 1451–53 Thomas Newbery
  • 1453–54 Sir Nicholas Woder
  • 1454–55 Sir Robert Burnell
  • 1455–56 Philip Bellewe
  • 1456–57 John Bennett
  • 1457–58 Thomas Newbery
  • 1458–59 Sir Robert Burnell
  • 1459–60 Thomas Walshe
  • 1460–61 Thomas Newbery
  • 1461–62 Sir Robert Burnell
  • 1462–63 No entry
  • 1463–65 Sir Thomas Newbery
  • 1465–66 Simon FitzRery
  • 1466–67 William Crampe
  • 1467–69 Thomas Newbery
  • 1469–70 Arland Ussher
  • 1470–71 Thomas Walton
  • 1471–72 Simon FitzRery
  • 1472–73 John Fyan
  • 1473–74 John Bellewe
  • 1474–75 Nicholas Burke
  • 1475–77 Thomas FitzSimon
  • 1477–78 Patrick FitzLeones
  • 1478–79 John Weste
  • 1479–80 John Fyan
  • 1480–81 Willian Donewyth
  • 1481–82 Thomas Mulghan
  • 1482–83 Patrick FitzLeones
  • 1483–85 John West
  • 1485–86 John Serjaunt
  • 1486–87 Janico Markis
  • 1487–88 Thomas Meiler
  • 1488–89 William Tyve
  • 1489–90 Richard Stanyhurst
  • 1490–91 John Serjaunt
  • 1491–92 Thomas Bennet
  • 1492–93 John Serjaunt
  • 1493 Richard Arlon
  • 1493–94 John Savage
  • 1494–95 Patrick FitzLeones
  • 1495–96 Thomas Birmingham
  • 1496–97 John Geydon
  • 1497–98 Thomas Collier
  • 1498–99 Reginald Talbot
  • 1499–1500 James Barby
  • 1500–01 Robert Forster

16th century[edit]

  • 1501–02 Hugh Talbot
  • 1502–03 Richard Tyrrell
  • 1503–04 John Blake
  • 1504–05 Thomas Newman
  • 1505–06 Nicholas Hertbard
  • 1506–07 William English
  • 1507–08 William Canterell
  • 1508–09 Thomas Philip
  • 1509–10 William Blank
  • 1510–11 Nicholas Roch
  • 1511–12 Thomas Bermingham
  • 1512–16 No entry
  • 1516–17 Christopher Ussher
  • 1517–23 No entry
  • 1523–24 Nicholas Queytrot
  • 1524–25 No entry
  • 1525–26 Richard Talbot
  • 1526–27 Walter Ewstas
  • 1527–30 No entry
  • 1530–31 Thomas Barbe
  • 1531–32 John Sarsewell
  • 1532–33 Nicholas Gaydon
  • 1533–34 Walter FitzSimon
  • 1534–35 Robert Shilyngford
  • 1535–36 Thomas Stephens
  • 1536–37 John Shilton
  • 1537–38 John Scuyr
  • 1538–39 James FitzSymond
  • 1539–40 Nicholas Bennet
  • 1540–41 Walter Tyrrell
  • 1541–42 Nicholas Umfre
  • 1542–43 Nicholas Stanihurst
  • 1543–46 No entry
  • 1546–47 Henry Plunket
  • 1547–48 Thady Duff
  • 1548–49 James Hancoke
  • 1549–50 Richard Fyane
  • 1550–51 John Money
  • 1551–52 Michael Penteny
  • 1552–53 Robert Cusake
  • 1553–54 Bartholomew Ball
  • 1554–55 Patrick Sarsfield
  • 1555–56 Thomas Rogers
  • 1556–57 John Challoner
  • 1557–58 John Spenefelde
  • 1558–59 Robert Golding
  • 1559–60 Christopher Sedgrave
  • 1560–61 Thomas FitzSimon
  • 1561–62 Robert Ussher
  • 1562–63 Thomas Fininge
  • 1563–64 Robert Cusake
  • 1564–65 Richard Fiand
  • 1565–66 Nicholas FitzSimon
  • 1566–67 Sir William Sarsfield
  • 1567–68 John FitzSimon
  • 1568–69 Michael Bea
  • 1569–70 Walter Cusake
  • 1570–71 Henry Brown
  • 1571–72 Patrick Dowdall
  • 1572–73 James Bellewe
  • 1573–74 Christopher Fagan
  • 1574–75 John Ussher
  • 1575–76 Patrick Goghe
  • 1576–77 John Goghe
  • 1577–78 Giles Allen
  • 1578–79 Richard Rownswell
  • 1579–80 Nicholas Duffe
  • 1580–81 Walter Ball
  • 1581–82 John Gaydon
  • 1582–83 Nicholas Ball
  • 1583–84 John Lennan
  • 1584–85 Thomas Cosgrave
  • 1585–86 William Piccott
  • 1586–87 Richard Rownswell
  • 1587–88 Richard Fagan
  • 1588–89 Walter Sedgrave
  • 1589–90 John Forster
  • 1590–91 Edmond Devnish
  • 1591–92 Thomas Smith
  • 1592–93 Philip Conran
  • 1593–94 James Janes
  • 1594–95 Thomas Gerrald
  • 1595–96 Francis Taylor
  • 1596–97 Michael Chamberlain
  • 1597–98 Nicholas Weston
  • 1598–99 James Bellewe
  • 1599–1600 Gerald Yonge
  • 1600–01 Nicholas Barran

17th century[edit]

  • 1601–02 Matthew Hancocke
  • 1602–03 John Terrell
  • 1603–04 William Goughe
  • 1604–05 John Elliott
  • 1605–06 John Brice
  • 1606–07 John Arthore
  • 1607–08 Nicholas Barran
  • 1608–09 John Cusacke
  • 1609–10 Robert Ball
  • 1610–11 Richard Barrye
  • 1611–12 Thomas Bushopp
  • 1612–13 Sir James Carroll
  • 1613–14 Richard Forster
  • 1614–16 Sir Richard Browne, 1st Baronet
  • 1616–17 John Bennes
  • 1617–18 Sir James Carroll
  • 1618–19 John Lany
  • 1619–20 Richard Forster
  • 1620–21 Sir Richard Browne, 1st Baronet
  • 1621–22 Edward Ball
  • 1622–23 Richard Wiggett
  • 1623–24 Thadee Duff
  • 1624–25 William Bushopp
  • 1625–26 Sir James Carroll
  • 1626–27 Thomas Evans
  • 1627–28 Edward Jans
  • 1628–29 Ronert Bennett
  • 1629–30 Christopher Forster
  • 1630–31 Thomas Evans
  • 1631–32 George Jones
  • 1632–33 Robert Bennett
  • 1633–34 Robert Dixon
  • 1634–35 Sir James Carroll
  • 1635–37 Sir Christopher Forster
  • 1637–38 James Watson
  • 1638–39 Sir Christopher Forster
  • 1639–40 Charles Forster
  • 1640–42 Thomas Wakefield
  • 1642–47 William Smith
  • 1647–48 William Bladen
  • 1648–49 John Pue
  • 1649–50 Thomas Pemberton
  • 1650 Sankey Sullyard
  • 1650–51 Raphael Hunt
  • 1651–52 Richard Tighe
  • 1652–53 Daniel Hutchinson
  • 1653–54 John Preston
  • 1654–55 Thomas Hooke
  • 1655–56 Richard Tighe
  • 1656–57 Ridgley Hatfield
  • 1657–58 Thomas Waterhousw
  • 1658–59 Peter Wybrants
  • 1659–60 Robert Deey
  • 1660–61 Hubert Adryan Verneer
  • 1661–62 George Gilbert
  • 1662–63 John Cranwell
  • 1663–65 William Smyth

Lord Mayors of Dublin[edit]

17th century[edit]

  • 1665–66 Sir Daniel Bellingham (First Lord Mayor)
  • 1666–67 John Desmynieres
  • 1667–68 Mark Quinn
  • 1668–69 John Forrest
  • 1669–70 Lewis Desmynieres
  • 1670–71 Enoch Reader
  • 1671–72 Sir John Totty
  • 1672–73 Robert Deey
  • 1673–74 Sir Joshua Allen
  • 1674–75 Sir Francis Brewster
  • 1675–76 William Smith
  • 1676–77 Christopher Lovet
  • 1677–78 John Smith
  • 1678–79 Peter Ward
  • 1679–80 John Eastwood
  • 1680–81 Luke Lowther
  • 1681–83 Sir Humphrey Jervis
  • 1683–84 Sir Elias Best
  • 1684–85 Sir Abel Ram
  • 1685–86 Sir John Knox
  • 1686–87 Sir John Castleton
  • 1687–88 Sir Thomas Hackett
  • 1688–89 Sir Michael Creagh
  • 1689–90 Terence McDermott
  • 1690–91 John Otrington
  • 1691–93 Sir Michael Mitchell
  • 1693–94 Sir John Rogerson
  • 1694–95 George Blackhall
  • 1695–96 William Watts
  • 1696–97 Sir William Billington
  • 1697–98 Bartholemew Vanhomrigh
  • 1698–99 Thomas Quinn
  • 1699–1700 Sir Anthony Percy
  • 1700–01 Sir Mark Rainsford

18th century[edit]

  • 1701–02 Samuel Walton
  • 1702–03 Thomas Bell
  • 1703–04 John Page
  • 1704–05 Sir Francis Stoyte
  • 1705–06 William Gibbons
  • 1706–07 Benjamin Burton
  • 1707–08 John Pearson
  • 1708–09 Sir William Fownes
  • 1709–10 Charles Forrest
  • 1710–11 Sir John Eccles
  • 1711–12 Ralph Gore
  • 1712–14 Sir Samuel Cooke
  • 1714–15 Sir James Barlow
  • 1715–16 John Stoye
  • 1716–17 Thomas Bolton
  • 1717–18 Anthony Barkey
  • 1718–19 William Quaill
  • 1719–20 Thomas Wilkinson
  • 1720–21 George Forbes
  • 1721–22 Thomas Curtis
  • 1722–23 William Dickson
  • 1723–24 John Porter
  • 1724–25 John Reyson
  • 1725–26 Joseph Kane
  • 1726–27 William Empson
  • 1727–28 Sir Nathaniel Whitwell
  • 1728–29 Henry Burrowes
  • 1729 John Page
  • 1729–30 Sir Peter Verdoen
  • 1730–31 Nathaniel Pearson
  • 1731–32 Joseph Nuttall
  • 1732–33 Humphrey French
  • 1733–34 Thomas How
  • 1734–35 Nathaniel Kane
  • 1735–36 Sir Richard Grattan
  • 1736 George Forbes
  • 1736–37 James Somerville
  • 1737–38 William Walker
  • 1738–39 John Macarroll
  • 1739–40 Daniel Falkiner
  • 1740–41 Sir Samuel Cooke
  • 1741–42 William Aldrich
  • 1742–43 Gilbert King
  • 1743–44 David Tew
  • 1744–45 John Walker
  • 1745–46 Daniel Cooke
  • 1746–47 Richard White
  • 1747 William Walker
  • 1747–48 Sir George Ribton
  • 1748–49 Robert Ross
  • 1749–50 John Adamson
  • 1750–51 Thomas Taylor
  • 1751–52 John Cooke
  • 1752–53 Sir Charles Burton
  • 1753–54 Andrew Murray
  • 1754–55 Hans Bailie
  • 1755–56 Percival Hunt
  • 1756–57 John Forbes
  • 1757–58 Thomas Meade
  • 1758–59 Philip Crampton
  • 1759–60 John Tew
  • 1760–61 Sir Patrick Hamilton
  • 1761–62 Sir Timothy Allen
  • 1762–63 Charles Rossell
  • 1763–64 William Forbes
  • 1764–65 Benjamin Geale
  • 1765–66 Sir James Taylor
  • 1766–67 Edward Sankey
  • 1767–68 Francis Fetherston
  • 1768–69 Benjamin Barton
  • 1769–70 Sir Thomas Blackhall
  • 1770–71 George Reynolds
  • 1771–72 Francis Booker
  • 1772 William Forbes
  • 1772–73 Richard French
  • 1773–74 Willoughby Lightburne
  • 1774–75 Henry Hart
  • 1775–76 Thomas Emerson
  • 1776–77 Henry Bevan
  • 1777–78 William Dunne
  • 1778–79 Sir Anthony King
  • 1779–80 James Hamilton
  • 1780–81 Kilner Swettenham
  • 1781–82 John Darragh
  • 1782–83 Nathaniel Warren (nephew of Peter Warren (Royal Navy officer))[1]
  • 1783–84 Thomas Green
  • 1784–85 James Horan
  • 1785–86 James Sheil
  • 1786–87 George Alcock
  • 1787–88 William Alexander
  • 1788–89 John Rose
  • 1789–90 John Exshaw
  • 1790–91 Henry Howison
  • 1791–92 Henry Gore Sankey
  • 1792–93 John Carleton
  • 1793–94 William James
  • 1794–95 Richard Moncrieff
  • 1795–96 Sir William Worthington
  • 1796–97 Samuel Reed
  • 1797–98 Thomas Fleming
  • 1798–99 Thomas Andrews
  • 1799–1800 John Sutton
  • 1800 John Exshaw
  • 1800–01 Charles Thorp

19th century[edit]

1801–1840[edit]

  • 1801–02 Richard Manders
  • 1802–03 Jacob Poole
  • 1803–04 Henry Hutton
  • 1804–05 Meredith Jenkins
  • 1805–06 James Vance
  • 1806–07 Joseph Pemberton
  • 1807–08 Hugh Trevor
  • 1808–09 Frederick Darley
  • 1809–10 Sir William Stamer, Bt.
  • 1810–11 Nathaniel Hone
  • 1811–12 William Henry Archer
  • 1812–13 Abraham Bradley King
  • 1813–14 John Cash
  • 1814–15 John Claudius Beresford
  • 1815–16 Robert Shaw
  • 1816–17 Mark Bloxham
  • 1817–18 John Alley
  • 1818–19 Sir Thomas McKenny
  • 1819–20 Sir William Stamer, Bt.
  • 1820–21 Sir Abraham Bradley King, Bt.
  • 1821–22 Sir John Kingston James
  • 1822–23 John Smith Fleming
  • 1823–24 Richard Smyth
  • 1824–25 Drury Jones
  • 1825–26 Thomas Abbott
  • 1826–27 Samuel Wilkinson Tyndall
  • 1827–28 Sir Edmond Nugent
  • 1828–29 Alexander Montgomery
  • 1829–30 Jacob West
  • 1830–31 Sir Robert Harty, 1st Bt.
  • 1831 Richard Smyth
  • 1831–32 Sir Thomas Whelan
  • 1832–33 Charles Palmer Archer
  • 1833–34 Sir George Whiteford
  • 1834–35 Arthur Perrin
  • 1835–36 Arthur Morrison
  • 1836–37 William Hodges
  • 1837–38 Samuel Warren
  • 1838–39 George Hoyte
  • 1839–40 Sir Nicholas William Brady
  • 1840–41 Sir John Kingston James, Bt.

1841–1900[edit]

The Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Act 1840 comes into force. Under this Act, all ratepayers with a yearly valuation of £10 could vote in civic elections and sit on the council. Dublin Corporation (now Dublin City Council) becomes the new municipal authority for the city of Dublin. Daniel O'Connell was elected to the new Dublin Corporation and took office as Lord Mayor of Dublin, the first Roman Catholic to be Lord Mayor since 1690.

Year Name Party
1841–42 Daniel O'Connell Repeal Association
1842–43 George Roe Liberal
1844 Timothy O'Brien Liberal
1845 John L. Arabin
1846 John Keshan
1847 Michael Staunton Repeal Association
1848 Jeremiah Dunne
1849 Sir Timothy O'Brien, 1st Bt. Liberal
1850 John Reynolds Repeal Association
1851 Benjamin Guinness Conservative
1852 John D'Arcy Liberal
1853 Robert Henry Kinahan Conservative[1]
1854 Sir Edward McDonnell Liberal
1855 Joseph Boyce Conservative
1856 Fergus Farrell Liberal
1857 Richard Atkinson Conservative
1858 John Campbell Liberal
1859 James Lambert Conservative
1860 Redmond Carroll Liberal
1861 Richard Atkinson Conservative
1862 Denis Moylan Liberal
1863 John Prendergast Vereker Conservative
1864 Peter Paul McSwiney Liberal
1865 Sir John Barrington Conservative
1866 James William Mackey Liberal
1867 William Lane-Joynt
1868–69 Sir William Carroll
1870 Edward Purton Irish Conservative Party
1871 Patrick Bulfin
1871 John Campbell
1872 Robert Garde Durdin Conservative
1873 Sir James William Mackey
1874 Maurice Brooks Home Rule League
1875 Peter Paul McSwiney Liberal
1876 Sir George Bolster Owens, Bt. Unionist
1877 Lewis Wormser Harris[2] Liberal
1877–78 Hugh Tarpey Irish Liberal Party
1879 Sir John Barrington Irish Conservative Party
1880 Edmund Dwyer Gray Home Rule League
1881 George Moyers Irish Conservative Party
1882–83 Charles Dawson Home Rule League
1884 William Meagher Home Rule League
1885 John O'Connor Irish Parliamentary Party
1886–88 Timothy Daniel Sullivan Nationalist
1888–89 Thomas Sexton Irish Parliamentary Party
1890 Edward Joseph Kennedy Nationalist
1891–92 Joseph Michael Meade
1893 James Shanks Unionist
1894–95 Valentine Blake Dillon Irish Parliamentary Party
1896–97 Richard F. McCoy
1898–1900 Daniel Tallon Nationalist
1900–01 Sir Thomas Devereux Pile, Bt. Unionist
1.^ For a period there was an agreement to alternate the mayors chair between Tory (Conservative) and Whigs (Liberals, Repealers).

20th century[edit]

Year Name Party
1901–04 Timothy Harrington United Irish League
1904–06 Joseph Hutchinson United Irish League
1906–08 Joseph Patrick Nannetti United Irish League
1908–09 Gerald O'Reilly Nationalist
1909–10 William Coffey Nationalist
1910–11 Michael Doyle Nationalist
1911–12 John J. Farrell Nationalist
1912–15 Lorcan Sherlock Irish Parliamentary Party
1915–18 Sir James Gallagher Independent
1917–24 Laurence O'Neill Independent
1924–30 Position suspended
1930–39 Alfred Byrne Independent
1939–41 Kathleen Clarke Fianna Fáil
1941–43 Peadar Doyle Fine Gael
1943–45 Martin O'Sullivan Labour Party
1945–46 Peadar Doyle Fine Gael
1946–47 John McCann Fianna Fáil
1947–48 Patrick Cahill Fine Gael
1948–49 John Breen Labour Party
1949–50 Cormac Breathnach Fianna Fáil
1950–51 Jack Belton Fine Gael
1951–53 Andrew Clarkin Fianna Fáil
1953–54 Bernard Butler Fianna Fáil
1954–55 Alfred Byrne Independent
1955–56 Denis Larkin Labour Party
1956–57 Robert Briscoe Fianna Fáil
1957–58 James Carroll Independent
1958–59 Catherine Byrne Fine Gael
1959–60 Philip Brady Fianna Fáil
1960–61 Maurice E. Dockrell Fine Gael
1961–62 Robert Briscoe Fianna Fáil
1962–63 James O'Keeffe Fine Gael
1963–64 Seán Moore Fianna Fáil
1964–65 John McCann Fianna Fáil
1965–67 Eugene Timmons Fianna Fáil
1967–68 Thomas Stafford Fianna Fáil
1968–69 Frank Cluskey Labour Party
1969–74 Position suspended
1974–75 James O'Keeffe Fine Gael
1975–76 Paddy Dunne Labour Party
1976–77 Jim Mitchell Fine Gael
1977–78 Michael Collins Labour Party
1978–79 Paddy Belton Fine Gael
1979–80 William Cumiskey Labour Party
1980–81 Fergus O'Brien Fine Gael
1981–82 Alexis FitzGerald, Jnr Fine Gael
1982–83 Daniel Browne Labour Party
1983–84 Michael Keating Fine Gael
1984–85 Michael O'Halloran Labour Party
1985–86 Jim Tunney Fianna Fáil
1986–87 Bertie Ahern Fianna Fáil
1987–88 Carmencita Hederman Independent
1988–89 Ben Briscoe Fianna Fáil
1989–90 Seán Haughey Fianna Fáil
1990–91 Michael Donnelly Fianna Fáil
1991–92 Seán Kenny Labour Party
1992–93 Gay Mitchell Fine Gael
1993–94 Tomás Mac Giolla Workers' Party
1994–95 John Gormley Green Party
1995–96 Seán D. Loftus Independent
1996–97 Brendan Lynch Independent
1997–98 John Stafford Fianna Fáil
1998–99 Joe Doyle Fine Gael
1999–2000 Mary Freehill Labour Party
2000–01 Maurice Ahern Fianna Fáil

21st century[edit]

Year Name Party
2001–02 Michael Mulcahy Fianna Fáil
2002–03 Dermot Lacey Labour Party
2003–04 Royston Brady Fianna Fáil
2004–05 Michael Conaghan Labour Party
2005–06 Catherine Byrne Fine Gael
2006–07 Vincent Jackson Independent
2007–08 Paddy Bourke Labour Party
2008–09 Eibhlin Byrne Fianna Fáil
2009–10 Emer Costello Labour Party
2010–11 Gerry Breen Fine Gael[3]
2011–12 Andrew Montague Labour Party
2012–13 Naoise Ó Muirí Fine Gael
2013–14 Oisín Quinn Labour Party
2014– Christy Burke Independent

References[edit]

  1. ^ Barns-Graham, Peter (September 4, 2007). "Warren04". Families Database. Stirnet. Retrieved January 3, 2013. 
  2. ^ Wormser Harris was elected but died before taking office.
  3. ^ "Dublin and Limerick councils elect mayors". RTÉ News. 29 June 2010. Retrieved 29 June 2010. 

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