Isaac De Riemer
|Isaac De Riemer|
|25th Mayor of New York City|
|Preceded by||David Provost|
|Succeeded by||Thomas Noell|
A prominent merchant and politician of Holland descent, Isaac was appointed Mayor in 1700. He was a descendant of one of the oldest families of the city, and a nephew of the well-known Cornelius Van Steenwyck, the former mayor.
He was also elected as Assistant Alderman of the West Ward in 1696, elevated to Alderman and Sheriff of the same ward and Treasurer of the city in 1699. He became a member of the Colonial Assembly in 1700. From 1702 to 1704, he was again Alderman of the West Ward, in addition to the Collector of the South Ward in 1706. In 1708, he was elected Constable, before finally becoming Alderman of the Out Ward from 1714 to 1717.
De Reimer Avenue in The Bronx is named after him.
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- De Riemer, William Edward (1905). The De Riemer family, A.D. 1640(?)-1903. New York: T.A. Wright. pp. 16–19.
- Booth, Mary Louise (1859). History of the City of New York. W.R.C. Clark. p. 263.
- New York Historical Society (1883). Collections of the New York Historical Society for the year ..1883 vol. 1. New York: Trow & Smith. pp. 324–327.
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