Andrew H. Mickle
|Andrew H. Mickle|
|67th Mayor of New York City|
|Preceded by||William F. Havemeyer|
|Succeeded by||William Brady|
October 25, 1805|
New York City, New York
January 25, 1863 (aged 57)|
|Resting place||Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York|
Caroline Augusta Miller (m. 1827)|
Mary Nicoll Lawrence (m. 1851)
New York City|
Andrew Hutchins Mickle (October 25, 1805 – January 25, 1863) was the 67th Mayor of New York City from 1846 to 1847.
Mickle was born in New York City. As a young man he married the daughter of George B. Miller, a tobacco dealer, afterwards working in his father-in-law's firm.
The George B. Miller & Co. tobacco business became famous as one of the first makers of the fine cut variety of chewing tobacco. Mickle eventually inherited the business and renamed it A. H. Mickle & Sons. He expanded the firm and its product line, and became wealthy as a result. He later renamed the business A. H. Mickle & Sons.
A Democrat affiliated with the Tammany Hall organization, in 1845 he won election as Mayor of New York City, taking advantage of a four-way race to win with a plurality. After serving one two-year term Mickle declined to run for reelection and returned to his business interests.
- Ralph J. Caliendo, New York City Mayors, Part 1, 2010, page 273
- James Grant Wilson, The Memorial History of the City of New-York, page 380
- Richard Edwards, New York's Great Industries, 1884, page 62
- New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Volumes 28-29, 1897, page 163
| Mayor of New York City
1845 – 1847
William V. Brady
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