Edward Glines

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Edward Glines
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Eleventh Mayor of
Somerville, Massachusetts[1]
In office
January, 1901 – January 4, 1904
Preceded by George O. Proctor[2]
Succeeded by Leonard B. Chandler
Member of the
Massachusetts State Senate[4]
For the First Middlesex District[5]
In office
1887[3] – 1888[3]
Preceded by Eliazer Boynton[5]
Succeeded by James F. Dwinell[3]
Member of the
Massachusetts House of Representatives[4]
For the Sixth Middlesex District[3]
In office
1882[4] – 1883[4]
Preceded by Person Davis[3]
Succeeded by Joseph Warren Bailey[3]
President of the
Somerville, Massachusetts
Common Council[6]
In office
1879[6] – 1879[6]
Member of the
Somerville, Massachusetts
Common Council
Ward Three[6]
In office
1878[6] – 1879[6]
Personal details
Born August 31, 1849[7]
Somerville, Massachusetts[6]
Nationality American
Political party Republican[4]
Spouse(s) Frances C. Hankes[8]

Edward Glines was a Massachusetts politician who served as the eleventh Mayor of Somerville, Massachusetts.

Glines was a delegate to the 1892 Republican National Convention.[4][6] Glines was chosen as a Presidential elector in 1892 and he voted for Benjamin Harrison and Whitelaw Reid in the Electoral College.[6]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ City of Somerville, Massachusetts (1901), Municipal Manual of the City of Somerville, Massachusetts: published in the Year 1901, Somerville, MA: City of Somerville, Massachusetts, p. 204. 
  2. ^ City of Somerville, Massachusetts (1901), Municipal Manual of the City of Somerville, Massachusetts: published in the Year 1901, Somerville, MA: City of Somerville, Massachusetts, p. 203. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f City of Somerville, Massachusetts (1901), Municipal Manual of the City of Somerville, Massachusetts: published in the Year 1901, Somerville, MA: City of Somerville, Massachusetts, p. 187 
  4. ^ a b c d e f Cutter, William Richard (1908), Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Middlesex County, Massachusetts; Volume II, New York, NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, p. 518. 
  5. ^ a b City of Somerville, Massachusetts (1901), Municipal Manual of the City of Somerville, Massachusetts: published in the Year 1901, Somerville, MA: City of Somerville, Massachusetts, p. 184. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i Turner, Walter Frye (1898), Representative Men of Somerville, From the Incorporation of the City in 1872 to 1898, Walter Frye Turner, p. 79. 
  7. ^ Cutter, William Richard (1908), Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Middlesex County, Massachusetts; Volume II, New York, NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, p. 517. 
  8. ^ Cutter, William Richard (1908), Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Middlesex County, Massachusetts; Volume II, New York, NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, p. 519. 
Political offices
Preceded by
George O. Proctor
Mayor of
Somerville, Massachusetts

January, 1901-January 4, 1904
Succeeded by
Leonard B. Chandler