List of mayors of Allegheny, Pennsylvania

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This is a list of mayors of the Pittsburgh suburb and "twin city" of Allegheny, Pennsylvania which was annexed by Pittsburgh in 1907 and is currently the "Northside" of the city.

Burgesses of the Borough of Allegheny[edit]

  • John Irwin 1829-34
  • Hugh Davis 1835-38
  • John Morrison 1839-40

1 year term Mayors[edit]

  • William Robinson, Jr. (1840) “First white child born in Allegheny, Pa.”
  • Thomas Semple (1841)
  • William Barclay Foster (1842-43) “Father of Stephen Collins Foster
  • Hezekiah Nixon (1844-45)
  • Robert Simpson Cassatt (1846) “Father of Mary Cassatt
  • Henry Campbell (1847-49)
  • Jonathan Rush (1849)
  • Hugh S. Fleming (1850-52)
  • Robert W. Park (1853-54)
  • William B. Adams (1854-56)
  • Herman Jeremiah DeHaven (1857-58)
  • Jacob Stuckrath (1858)
  • John Morrison (1859-60)
  • Simon Drum (1861-62) “Greeted Abraham Lincoln in his visit here on February 14, 1861.”
  • Alexander C. Alexander (1863-65)
  • John Morrison (1865-67)
  • Simon Drum (1868-69)
  • Alexander Purviance Callow (1870-73) “Only mayor to die in office.”
  • David Neely or Neillie (1873)“Elected to office for 30 days upon the death of Mr. Callow.”
  • Hugh S. Fleming (1874-75) “Completed Mayor Callow’s unexpired term.”
  • Ormsby Phillips (1876-78)
  • Thomas Megraw (1879-81)
  • Lewis Peterson, Jr. (1882-84)
  • James G. Wyman (1885-87)
  • Richard Turner Pearson (1888-89)
  • James G. Wyman (1890-92) “Only mayor to be impeached and put in jail while in office.”
  • Nicholas Voegtley (1892) “Served as mayor during impeachment and 3-month imprisonment.”
  • William M. Kennedy (1892-96)
  • Charles Geyer (1896-98)
  • James G. Wyman (1899-1906)
  • John R. Murphy (1901-03)
  • Charles Frederick Kirschler (1906-07)

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