Thomas Coman

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Thomas Coman (1836 – October 22, 1909)[1] was President of the New York City Board of Aldermen from 1868 to 1871.

He became Acting Mayor of New York when the resignation of Mayor John Thompson Hoffman (who had just been elected Governor of the State of New York) became effective on November 30, 1868, and he served one month as Mayor until A. Oakey Hall, elected Mayor on December 1, took office on January 4, 1869.[2]



Political offices
Preceded by
John T. Hoffman
Mayor of New York City

1868 - 1869
Succeeded by
A. Oakey Hall