Alexander Chalmers (mayor of Warsaw)

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Plaque in at 10 Wąski Dunaj Street in Warsaw

Alexander Chalmers (Polish: Aleksander Czamer) (1645-1703), born in Dyce, Grampian, Scotland was a Scottish resident of the Polish city of Warsaw in the 17th Century. He served as a judge in the city and was four times mayor in 1691, 1694, 1696 and 1702, He is commemorated by a plaque erected in his honour on his former house at the corner of Wąski and Szeroki Dunaj (now housing the Leathercraft Museum). He arrived in Poland around 1676 and died in 1703.[1]


  1. ^ "Warsaw | News | Warsaw's Scottish Mayor Remembered". Retrieved 10 July 2012.