James M. Jones

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James Monroe Jones (1862-1928) was Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri in 1896-1900.

Jones was born in Prospect, New York and moved to Kansas City in 1885. He was a lawyer with offices at 15 West 9th Street and residence at 721 Harrison Street. Prior to being mayor he was circuit court judge and had a residence at Independence and Park.[1]

Political offices
Preceded by
Webster Davis
Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri
Succeeded by
James A. Reed


  1. ^ Local History - Kansas City Public Library