List of mayors of Brampton

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Mayor of Brampton
Incumbent
Linda Jeffrey

since 2014
Member of City Council
Reports to City Council
Seat Brampton City Hall
(Brampton, Ontario, Canada)
Appointer Direct election by the residents of Brampton
Precursor Reeve of Brampton
Formation 1874; 143 years ago (1874)
First holder John Haggert
Salary $148,371 (2013)[1]
Website Office of the Mayor

This list of the mayors of Brampton, Ontario includes the 38+ unique politicians holding such position.

List[edit]

Fennell.
  1. John Haggert, 1874-February 1877
  2. John Golding, 1877–1879
  3. William A. McCulla, 1880–1882
  4. Matthew M. Elliott, 1883–1884
  5. Thomas Milner, 1886-1887 (died in office)
  6. A. F. Campbell, 1887–1888
  7. Thomas Holtby, 1889–1890
  8. Manton Treadgold, 1891–1892
  9. John T. Mullin, 1893–1894
  10. Edwin O. Runians, 1895–1896
  11. Edward H. Crandell, 1897–1898
  12. William Edwin Milner, 1899–1900
  13. Thomas Thauburn, 1901–1902
  14. Benjamin Franklin Justin, 1903–1905
  15. William Edwin Milner, 1906–1907
  16. Samuel Charters, part of 1907
  17. William Edwin Milner, part of 1907
  18. J. Golding, 1908–1909
  19. Thomas Thauburn, 1910–1911
  20. Samuel Charters, 1911–1912
  21. T. W. Duggan, 1912–1913
  22. Thomas Mara, 1914–1915
  23. A. H. Milner, 1916–1917
  24. L. J. C. Bull, 1918–1919
  25. W. J. Beatty, 1920–1921
  26. J. S. Beck, 1922
  27. H. W. Dawson, 1923–1924
  28. Franklin W. Wegenast, 1925–1928
  29. George Akehurst, 1929–1930
  30. Franklin W. Wegenast, 1930–1931
  31. George Akehurst, 1931–1932
  32. J. S. Beck, 1933–1934
  33. E. W. McCulloch, 1935–1936
  34. W. J. Abell, 1937–1938
  35. Robert P. Worthy, 1939–1942
  36. W. A. Bates, 1943–1944
  37. Bartholomew H. Bull, 1945–1946
  38. J. S. Beck, 1946–1948
  39. Harold R. Lawrence, 1949–1951
  40. Bartholomew H. Bull, 1952–1954
  41. Nance Horwood, 1955-1958 (born Annie Horwood)[2]
  42. C. C. Core, 1959–1962
  43. R. E. Prouse, 1963–1966
  44. W. H. Brydon, 1967–1969
  45. James E. Archdekin, 1970–1982
  46. Ken Whillans, 1982-September 1990, died in office
  47. Paul Biesel, 1990–1991, Whillans' appointed replacement
  48. Peter Robertson, 1991–2000
  49. Susan Fennell, 2000-2014
  50. Linda Jeffrey, 2014–Present

Note that some publications credit C. A. Irvine as a Mayor; he never served in this capacity.

Acting mayors[edit]

Sandra Hames, serving as Acting Mayor at the grand opening of an extension to Bramalea City Centre.

Roads named after the mayors[edit]

By neighbourhood:

  • Eldomar Heights: Golding Avenue, Milner Road, Beatty Avenue, Core Crescent, Lawrence Crescent
  • Flowertown area: Holtby Avenue, Campbell Drive, Pereira Crescent, and Horwood Drive.
  • Haggert Avenue, Treadgold Road (Humber West Parkway and Castlemore), McCulla Avenue (near Agnes Taylor P.S.), Elliott Street, Charters Road (Hansen and Vodden), Duggan Drive (Charolais and Chingaucousy), Mara Crescent (at Ken Whillians Drive), Dawson Crescent (Centre at Kennedy), Bates Court (Queen and Chinguacousy), Prouse Drive (Williams Parkway and Centre), Brydon Crescent (Queen and Chinguacousy), Archdekin Road (at Rutherford Road, near Vodden), Ken Whillans Drive (Vodden to Church St.), Peter Robertson Boulevard (Great Lakes Drive to Torbram Road)
  • Abell Drive (Williams Parkway and Kennedy)
  • In Peel Village, there is Bartley Bull Parkway (Steeles & Hurontario)

Runians, Thauburn, Irvine, Beck, Wegenast, Akehurst, McCulloch, Biesel and Fennell do not have roads named after them as yet.

The names last names of mayors Mullin, Justin, and Worthy were all rejected at one point or another. There is a Crandall Court, a different spelling than Mayor Crandell.

Statistics[edit]

Shortest term as mayor
Longest term as mayor
Mayors who died in office
First female mayor
  • Nance Horwood (1955–1958); the next (Susan Fennell) would take office in 2000

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Compensation Rates for the Mayor" (PDF). Office of the Mayor. City of Brampton. Retrieved 3 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "HORWOOD - Annie "Nance"". Brampton Times. Brampton, Ontario. November 24, 1986. p. 20. 
  3. ^ "Brampton Cemetery receipt, purchase of two lots, N. Carter", collection of the Region of Peel Archives at the Peel Heritage Complex, 2010.145.
  4. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=jH0xAAAAIBAJ&sjid=iKUFAAAAIBAJ&pg=1180,2511310&dq=brampton+city+hall&hl=en
  5. ^ "School Children Launch Emergency Preparedness Week - 2001", City of Brampton press release, May 10, 2001.
  6. ^ "City Of Brampton Begins Industrial Street Sweeping", City of Brampton press release, July 19, 2001.
  7. ^ "City of Brampton: Brampton Fire Welcomes 17 New Graduates", City of Brampton press release, September 20, 2002.
  8. ^ "City of Brampton: Sandalwood Parkway Now Open To Traffic", City of Brampton press release, November 19, 2004.
  9. ^ "Brampton Launched Elliott House Heritage Build", Habitat for Humanity Brampton press release, July 23, 2007.
  10. ^ C.J. LaFrance, "A new season", The Brampton Guardian, May 22, 2009.
  11. ^ "Sheridan Convocation 2010 Sees Record Number of Graduates", Sheridan College press release, June 11, 2010.
  12. ^ a b "Mayor in knee rehab", The Brampton Guardian, April 20, 2011.
  13. ^ a b c http://www.brampton.ca/en/City-Hall/meetings-agendas/Committee%20of%20Council%202010/20110420cw_Ag.pdf
  14. ^ Belgrave, Roger (13 November 2014). "Hutton and Callahan spared council sanctions despite conduct breach". The Brampton Guardian. Retrieved 14 November 2014. 
  15. ^ http://www.garnettmanning.com/about.php