John Caroll Houston, IV

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John Caroll Houston, IV
2nd, 7th, and 15th Mayor of Eau Gallie, Florida
In office
1897–1898
Preceded by William Roesch
Succeeded by Albert Burnett
In office
1902–1903
Preceded by W.J. Nesbett
Succeeded by George Paddison
In office
1910–1911
Preceded by George Paddison
Succeeded by George Paddison
Personal details
Born (1842-04-03)April 3, 1842[1]
Mayport, Florida[1]
Died February 22, 1918(1918-02-22) (aged 75)[1]
Houston Street,
Eau Gallie, Florida[1]
Resting place Houston Pioneer Cemetery,
Eau Gallie, Florida
Spouse(s) Susan Elizabeth Stewart (m. September 5, 1860)
Children Clara Houston McMillan, George C., Frank, Bessie, and Annie Laura Houston Braddock
Residence Eau Gallie, Florida[1]
Occupation cattle rancher; boat captain for passenger, mail and freight [1]
Military service
Allegiance Confederate States of America
Rank Captain
Unit 3rd Florida Infantry
Battles/wars American Indian Wars

John Caroll Houston, IV (April 3, 1842 – February 22, 1918) was one of the first permanent settlers of Eau Gallie, Florida and served as its mayor for three terms in 1897, 1902, and 1910.[1][2]

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Preceded by
William Roesch
Mayor of Eau Gallie, Florida
1897–1898
Succeeded by
Albert Burnett
Preceded by
W.J. Nesbett
Mayor of Eau Gallie, Florida
1902–1903
Succeeded by
George Paddison
Preceded by
George Paddison
Mayor of Eau Gallie, Florida
1910–1911
Succeeded by
George Paddison