William T. Martin (mayor)
|William T. Martin|
|5th Mayor of Columbus|
|Appointed by||Burough Council of Columbus|
|Preceded by||John Laughrey|
|Succeeded by||James Robinson|
April 6, 1788|
Bedford County, Pennsylvania
|Died||February 19, 1866 (aged 77)
|Resting place||Green Lawn Cemetery
|Residence||235 South Front Street
School board member
Justice of the Peace
Member of Burough Council
William T. Martin (April 6, 1788–February 19, 1866) was the fifth mayor of Columbus, Ohio. He was appointed by the Burough Council of Columbus in 1824 and served Columbus for three consecutive terms. His successor was Philo H. Olmsted. He died on February 19, 1866 and is interred in Green Lawn Cemetery.
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- Fitzpatrick, Stephen A.; Ulysses, Ulysses S. (1897). History of Columbus Celebration, Franklinton Centennial. New Franklin Printing Company.
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