List of mayors of Paterson, New Jersey
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|1854||John J. Brown||Whig|
|1855||Brant Van Blarcom||Democrat|
|1857-1858||Peregrin Sandford (1796-1884)||Democrat|
|1860-1861||Edwin T. Prall||Republican|
|1862-1865||Henry A. Williams||Republican|
|1866||William G. Watson||Democrat|
|1867||Henry A. Williams||Republican|
|1869-1870||John Ryle (1817–1887)||Democrat|
|1879-1880||Joseph R. Graham||Democrat|
|1881-1882||David S. Gillmor||Republican|
|1883-1886||Nathan Barnert (1838-1927)||Democrat|
|1887-1888||Charles Dyer Beckwith (1838-1921)||Republican|
|1889-1890||Nathan Barnert (1838-1927)||Democrat|
|1904-1905||William Henry Belcher (1851-?)||Republican|
|1905||David Young||(Acting Mayor)|
|1907||William Berdan||(Acting Mayor)|
|1908-1913||Andrew Francis McBride (1869-?)||Democrat|
|1914-1915||Robert H. Fordyce (1856-?)||Republican|
|1916-1919||Amos Henry Radcliffe (1870-1950)||Republican|
|1919||Clifford L. Newman||(Acting Mayor)|
|1920-1923||Frank J. Van Noort||Democrat|
|1924-1927||Colin M. McLean||Republican|
|1928||Raymond J. Newman||Democrat|
|1928||Wilmer A. Cadmus||(Acting Mayor)|
|1929-1937||John V. Hinchcliffe||Democrat|
|1938-1939||Bernard L. Stafford||Democrat|
|1940-1947||William P. Furrey||Republican|
|1948-1951||Michael U. DeVita||Democrat|
|1952-1955||Lester F. Titus||Republican|
|1956-1959||Edward J. O'Byrne||Democrat|
|1960||William H. Dillistin||(Acting Mayor)|
|1961-1966||Frank Xavier Graves, Jr. (1923–1990)||Democrat|
|1967-1971||Lawrence Francis Kramer (1934-)||Republican|
|1971-1972||Arthur C. Dwyer||(Acting Mayor)|
|1975-1982||Lawrence Francis Kramer (1934-)||Republican|
|1982-1990||Frank Xavier Graves, Jr. (1923–1990)||Democrat|
|1990||Anna Lisa Dopirak||(Acting Mayor)|
|1990-1996||William Pascrell, Jr. (born January 25, 1937)||Democrat|
|1997-2002||Martin G. Barnes (March 15, 1948 – December 28, 2012)||Republican|
|2002-2010||Jose "Joey" Torres||Democrat|
|2010- 2014||Jeffery Jones||Democrat|
|2014–present||Jose "Joey" Torres||Democrat|
- "Mayors of Paterson". Paterson, New Jersey. Retrieved 2011-09-29.
- "Obituary. Ex-Judge Peregrin Sandford". New York Times. November 16, 1884. Retrieved 2011-09-29.
- "Charles Dyer Beckwith". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Retrieved 2011-09-29.
Beckwith, Charles Dyer, a Representative from New Jersey; born near Coveville, Saratoga County, N.Y., October 22, 1838; attended private schools in Troy, N.Y., Philadelphia, Pa., Worcester, Mass., and a military institution in New Haven, Conn.; moved to Paterson, Passaic County, N.J., in 1860 and engaged in the manufacture of iron; member of the board of aldermen in 1882; mayor of Paterson, N.J., 1885-1889; elected as a Republican to the Fifty-first Congress (March 4, 1889-March 3, 1891); unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1890 to the Fifty-second Congress; resumed manufacturing pursuits; returned to the State of New York and settled on a farm in the town of Chatham, Columbia County, in 1897 and engaged in the management of his farm until his death near Chatham Center, Columbia County, N.Y., on March 27, 1921; interment in Chatham Center Rural Cemetery.
- "Amos H. Radcliffe, Ex-congressman, 80". New York Times. December 30, 1950. Retrieved 2011-09-19.
Amos H. Radcliffe, a former Congressman from the Seventh District of New Jersey, died today at near-by Baleville. His age was 80. ...
- "Frank X. Graves Jr. Is Dead at 66. Hard-Driving Mayor of Paterson". New York Times. March 5, 1990. Retrieved 2009-10-24.
Frank X. Graves Jr., the longtime Mayor of Paterson, N.J., and also a State Senator for many years, died after a heart attack yesterday morning at his home in the Lakeview section of the city. He was 66 years old. Mr. Graves was stricken shortly before 10:30 A.M. and was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 11:15.
- "Former Mayor of Paterson Is Given 37 Months for Bribery". New York Times. April 29, 2003. Retrieved 2011-09-29.
Former Mayor Martin G. Barnes of Paterson was sentenced to 37 months in prison today on charges of taking $200,000 to $350,000 in bribes and gratuities from city contractors. During the sentencing, a federal judge expressed concern that Mr. Barnes failed to take responsibility for his actions even after pleading guilty. ...