Henry W. Eastham

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Henry W. Eastham
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30th
Mayor
Lynn, Massachusetts
In office
1903–1905
Preceded by William Shepherd
Succeeded by Charles Neal Barney
President of the
Lynn, Massachusetts
Board of Aldermen[3][1]
In office
1902[1][2] – 1902[1]
Preceded by Charles C. Fry[2]
Succeeded by George W. Coffin[1]
Member of the
Lynn, Massachusetts
Board of Aldermen[2]
In office
1901–1902
President of the
Lynn, Massachusetts
Common Council[2][4]
In office
1900 – 1900[2]
Preceded by Orville A. Clough[5]
Succeeded by Charles Neal Barney[2]
Member of the
Lynn, Massachusetts
Common Council
Ward Six[4]
In office
1899l[5] – 1900[2]
Personal details
Occupation Shoe knife and machinery business[6]

Henry W. Eastham was a Massachusetts businessman and politician who served as a member and President of the Common Council,[4] and as the 30th Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts.

Shoe machinery business[edit]

Eastham was engaged in the manufacture of shoe manufacturing equipment, supplying the numerous shoe manufacturing companies that existed in Lynn at the time.[6][7] In December 1904 Eastham sold his shoe knifes and machinery business to the United Shoe Machinery Company.[6] Eastham later purchased the C.W. Dodge & Co. and operated it as the Eastham Shoe Machinery and Supply Company.[7]

President of the Lynn Board of Aldermen[edit]

On December 30, 1901 Eastham was chosen as President of the Lynn Board of Aldermen for 1902.[3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Tucker, Charles H. (1917), Lynn, MA: The City Documents Comprising the Annual Reports for 1916, p. 339.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Tucker, Charles H. (1917), Lynn, MA: The City Documents Comprising the Annual Reports for 1916, p. 338.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ a b EASTHAM AND WILLEY WILL PRESIDE. Lynn Aldermen and Councilmen Chose Them at Caucuses Held Last Evening in the City Hall. (December 31, 1901), Boston, MA: The Boston Daily Globe, p. 4.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. ^ a b c The Celebration Committee (1900), City of Lynn Massachusetts Semi-Centennial of Incorporation., Lynn, MA: The Celebration Committee, p. 271. 
  5. ^ a b Tucker, Charles H. (1917), Lynn, MA: The City Documents Comprising the Annual Reports for 1916, p. 337.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  6. ^ a b c Shoe Retailer and Boots and Shoes Weekly, Volume 52, No. 9, Boston, Massachusetts: The Shoe Retailer Company, December 14, 1904, p. 83. 
  7. ^ a b Shoe Retailer and Boots and Shoes Weekly, Volume 57, No. 4, Boston, Massachusetts: The Shoe Retailer Company, February 10, 1906, p. 72. 
Political offices
Preceded by
Orville A. Clough
President of the Lynn, Massachusetts
Common Council

1900 - 1900
Succeeded by
Charles Neal Barney
Preceded by
Charles C. Fry
President of the Lynn, Massachusetts
Board of Aldermen

1902
to
1902
Succeeded by
George W. Coffin
Preceded by
William Shepherd
Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts
1903
to
1905
Succeeded by
Charles Neal Barney