George D. Hart

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George D. Hart
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Member of the
Massachusetts Senate
Fifth Essex District[1][2]
In office
January 1890 – January 1891
Succeeded by B. Frank Southwick[1][3][4]
21st
Mayor
of Lynn, Massachusetts[5]
In office
January 4, 1886 – 1887
Preceded by John R. Baldwin
Succeeded by George C. Higgins
Member of the
Lynn, Massachusetts
Common Council
Ward 5[5]
In office
1885 – January 4, 1886
Personal details
Born December 7, 1846[1]
Malden, Massachusetts[1][6][7]
Died February 24, 1932(1932-02-24) (aged 85)[7]
Lynn, Massachusetts[7]
Residence 108 Johnson Street, Lynn, Massachusetts[7]
Occupation Sign writer[1]
Signature
Military service
Allegiance United States of America
Union[6]
Unit Company B, 4th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery[6]
Battles/wars American Civil War[1]

George D. Hart (December 7, 1846 – February 24, 1932) was a Massachusetts politician who served as a Massachusetts State Senator and as a member of the Common Council, and as the 21st Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts.[5]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Andrews, George F. (1890), Commonwealth of Massachusetts Official Gazette State Government 1890, Boston, MA: George F. Andrews, p. 17. 
  2. ^ Coolidge, Henry D. (1890), Manual for the use of the General Court, Boston, Mass: Massachusetts General Court, p. 465. 
  3. ^ Coolidge, Henry D. (1891), Manual for the use of the General Court, Boston, Mass: Massachusetts General Court, p. 460. 
  4. ^ Coolidge, Henry D. (1891), Manual for the use of the General Court, Boston, Mass: Massachusetts General Court, p. 465. 
  5. ^ a b c The City Documents Comprising the Annual Reports for 1916 The Municipal Register And The Chronological View of the Government of the City of Lynn, Lynn, MA: The City of Lynn; Frank S. Whitten, Printer, 1917 
  6. ^ a b c Hobbs, Clarence W. (1886), Lynn and surroundings, Lynn, Mass: Lewis & Winship, p. 147. 
  7. ^ a b c d Special to The New York Times (February 25, 1932), "GEORGE D. HART.", New York Times, New York City, p. 21. 
Political offices
Preceded by
John R. Baldwin
21st Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts
January 4, 1886
to
1887
Succeeded by
George C. Higgins