Warren Jenkins

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Warren Jenkins
Warren Jenkins.jpg
11th Mayor of Columbus
In office
1836 – September 4, 1837
Preceded by John Bailhache
Succeeded by Philo H. Olmsted
Personal details
Political party Whig
Profession Mayor
Justice of the Peace
Newspaper editor
Bank cashier

Warren Jenkins was the 11th mayor of Columbus, Ohio. He resigned his office as mayor on September 4, 1837 to become a bank cashier at the Mechanics Savings Institute. His successor after 1837 was Philo H. Olmsted.[1]


  1. ^ Egger (1975), pp. 18.


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Political offices
Preceded by
John Bailhache
Mayor of Columbus, Ohio
Succeeded by
Philo H. Olmsted