W. C. E. Thomas
|William C. E. Thomas|
|Mayor of Green Bay, Wisconsin|
|Succeeded by||Francis X. Desnoyers|
November 21, 1818|
Green Bay, Wisconsin
William C. E. Thomas (November 21, 1818 – 1876), was the first mayor of Green Bay, Wisconsin.
He was born in Muncy, Pennsylvania, and moved to Green Bay in 1849. He became a tanner and became mayor in 1854. He was an agent of the American Express office from the establishment of the Green Bay branch in 1857 until 1871. He was Green Bay's city clerk from 1858 to 1873, and was the city's Postmaster from 1872 until his death.
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