E. Knowlton Fogg

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Ebenezer Knowlton Fogg
Ebenezer Knowlton Fogg.png
24th
Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts[1]
In office
January 5, 1891[2] – January 4, 1892[1]
Preceded by Asa T. Newhall
Succeeded by Elihu B. Hayes
Member of the
Massachusetts House of Representatives
Seventeenth Essex District[3]
In office
1896–1897
City of Lynn
Common Council[4]
Representing Ward 3
In office
1888–1889
City of Lynn
Board of Aldermen[5]
In office
1889 – January 5, 1891
City of Lynn
Chairman of the Board of Aldermen[5]
In office
January 1890 – January 5, 1891
Preceded by William W. Hay
Succeeded by John R. Story
Personal details
Born October 24, 1837[6]
Northwood, New Hampshire[6]
Died April 21, 1900(1900-04-21) (aged 62)
Lynn, Massachusetts
Nationality American
Political party Republican[6]
Spouse(s) Francena S. Batchelder[5]
Children Bertha Grace Fogg (b. February 5, 1872), Wilbert Knowlton Fogg (b. February 7, 1874 - d. March 31, 1898)[6]
Parents Jeremiah Fogg and Abigail (Hill) Fogg[6]
Profession Shoemaker, retail shoe salesman
Religion Universalist[5]
Signature
Signature from: Newhall, James Robinson.: History of Lynn Essex County, Massachusetts ; Including Lynnfield, Saugus, Swampscot, and Nahant: Massachusetts, Vol. II (1897) p. 377.

Ebenezer Knowlton Fogg (October 24, 1837 – April 21, 1900) was an American shoe retailer and politician, who served as a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, and as a member of the Common Council, Board of Aldermen and as the 24th Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts.

Early life[edit]

Fogg was born on October 24, 1837 in Norwood, Massachusetts to Jeremiah Fogg and Abigail (Hill) Fogg.[6]

Fogg as a Massachusetts State Representative in 1896

Postmaster of Lynn[edit]

Fogg was the Postmaster of Lynn, Massachusetts from June 1, 1898 until his death on April 21, 1900.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Newhall, James Robinson (1897), History of Lynn Essex County, Massachusetts; Including Lynnfield, Saugus, Swampscot, and Nahant: Massachusetts, Vol. II 1864 -1893., Lynn, MA: Israel Augustus Newhall and Howard Mudge Newhall, p. 362. 
  2. ^ Newhall, James Robinson (1897), History of Lynn Essex County, Massachusetts; Including Lynnfield, Saugus, Swampscot, and Nahant: Massachusetts, Vol. II 1864 -1893., Lynn, MA: Israel Augustus Newhall and Howard Mudge Newhall, p. 354. 
  3. ^ Bridgman, Arthur Milnor (1896), A Souvenir of Massachusetts Legislators, Vol. III, Brockton, Ma: A. M. Bridgman, p. 146. 
  4. ^ Cutter, William Richard (1908), Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, Vol. II, New York, NY: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., pp. 1037–1038. 
  5. ^ a b c d e Cutter, William Richard (1908), Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, Vol. II, New York, NY: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., p. 1038. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f Cutter, William Richard (1908), Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, Vol. II, New York, NY: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., p. 1037. 

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Political offices
Preceded by
Asa T. Newhall
Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts
January 5, 1891
to
January 4, 1892
Succeeded by
Elihu B. Hayes