Charles E. Harwood

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Charles E. Harwood
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26th
Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts
In office
1894–1895
Preceded by Elihu B. Hayes
Succeeded by Eugene A. Besson
Personal details
Born March 6, 1851[1]
Charlestown, Massachusetts[1]
Died April 7, 1924(1924-04-07) (aged 73)[2]
York, Maine[2]
Political party Republican[3]
Spouse(s) Nellie I. Blaisdell[4]

Charles E. Harwood (March 6, 1851 – April 7, 1924) was a Massachusetts politician who served as the 26th Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts. Harwood as born in Charlestown, Massachusetts to Jesse Harwood and Mary A. (Lindston) Harwood on March 6, 1851.[1]

Harwood was born in Charlestown, Massachusetts on March 6, 1851 to Jesse Harwood and Mary A. (Lyndston) Harwood.[1]

1898 Congressional Race[edit]

In 1898 Harwood ran for the Republican nomination of the Massachusetts's 7th congressional district, losing to future Congressman Ernest W. Roberts.[5]

Political offices
Preceded by
Elihu B. Hayes
Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts
1894
to
1895
Succeeded by
Eugene A. Besson

References[edit]

  • Municipal History of Essex County in Massachusetts p. 324 (1922).

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Arrington, Benjamin F. (1922), Municipal history of Essex County in Massachusetts, New York, NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Company., p. 19. 
  2. ^ a b Waters, Henry Fritz-Gilbert (1936), The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Volume XC, Boston, MA: The New England Historical Genealogical Society, p. 205. 
  3. ^ Boston Evening Transcript (October 5, 1895), HARWOOD WILL SUPPORT ROBERTS - Lynn Man Sorry That the Seventh Congressional Did Not Go to His City, However, Boston, MA: The Boston Evening Transcript, p. 6.  Check date values in: |year= / |date= mismatch (help)
  4. ^ Arrington, Benjamin F. (1922), Municipal History of Essex County in Massachusetts, New York, NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Company., p. 20. 
  5. ^ Boston Evening Transcript (October 5, 1898), HARWOOD WILL SUPPORT ROBERTS - Lynn Man Sorry That the Seventh Congressional Did Not Go to His City, However, Boston, MA: The Boston Evening Transcript, p. 6.