Thomas Noell

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Thomas Noell
26th Mayor of New York City
In office
1701–1702
Preceded by Isaac De Reimer
Succeeded by Phillip French
Personal details
Died 1702
Bergen, New Jersey
For the U.S. congressman (1839-1867), see Thomas E. Noell.

Thomas Noell was the 26th Mayor of New York City, who served from 1701 to 1702. He was an English-born merchant from an aristocratic family who became a citizen of New York in 1698. He was appointed mayor on September 29, 1701, and took the oath of office on October 14 of that year. He died in 1702 at his farm in Bergen, New Jersey of smallpox.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Caliendo, Ralph J. New York City Mayors, Part 1 (2010)
  2. ^ Valentine, David Thomas. Manual of the corporation of the city of New-York Google eBook (1864)