List of mayors of Manly

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Mayor of Manly Council
Manly Council logo.png
Style His/Her Worship
Appointer Manly Council
Term length One Year (1877–1995)
Four years (1995–2016)
Formation 15 February 1877
First holder Ald. Thomas Rowe
Final holder Cr. Jean Hay
Abolished 12 May 2016
Deputy Cr. James Griffin
Website www.manly.nsw.gov.au

This is a list of the Mayors of Manly Council, a former local government area of New South Wales, Australia. The official title of Mayors while holding office was: His/Her Worship The Mayor of Manly. First incorporated on 6 January 1877 as the Municipality of Manly, the council met for the first time on 15 February 1877, when the first mayor was elected. The council became known as Manly Council on 1 July 1993 following the enactment of the Local Government Act, 1993 which also stipulated that the term 'Town Clerk' be replaced with 'General Manager' and 'Alderman' be replaced by 'Councillor'. Originally a role nominated by the council annually, from 1995 until abolition in 2016 it was directly elected every four years. The last Mayor of Manly was Councillor Jean Hay (Liberal), elected on 8 September 2008.

Mayors[edit]

Years Mayors Notes
15 February 1877 – 7 February 1879 Thomas Rowe [1][2]
7 February 1879 – 7 February 1881 Alfred Hilder [3]
7 February 1881 – 12 June 1882 George William Barker [4]
12 June 1882 – 9 February 1883 John Joseph Lough [5]
9 February 1883 – 15 May 1885 Charles Hadley Hayes [6]
15 May 1885 – 10 February 1887 Charles Rudland Austin [7]
10 February 1887 – 9 June 1887 Nicholas Weekes [8][9]
20 June 1887 – 13 February 1888 Charles Rudland Austin [10]
13 February 1888 – 7 February 1889 John George Griffin [11]
7 February 1889 – 4 February 1892 John Cameron [12]
4 February 1892 – 11 February 1895 Walter Hussey German [13]
11 February 1895 – 12 February 1897 Harry Eustace Farmer [14]
12 February 1897 – 14 February 1899 Frederick Charles Passau [15][16]
14 February 1899 – 15 February 1901 William Horner Fletcher [17]
15 February 1901 – February 1907 Ellison Quirk [18]
February 1907 – February 1908 Alexander Learmonth
February 1908 – February 1914 James Bonner [19][20][21]
February 1914 – February 1917 Arthur Thomas Keirle [22]
February 1917 – February 1918 Adam Ogilvy [23]
February 1918 – February 1919 Francis William Heaton [24]
February 1919 – 21 November 1921 Alfred Reid [25][26]
1 December 1921 – December 1922 Francis William Heaton [27][28]
December 1922 – 10 December 1923 Arthur Thomas Keirle [29]
10 December 1923 – December 1925 Alfred Charles Samuels [30][31]
December 1925 – December 1928 Arthur Thomas Keirle
December 1928 – December 1929 Vincent John Brady [32]
December 1929 – December 1930 Charles W. Gourlay [33]
December 1930 – December 1931 Arthur Harcourt
December 1931 – December 1932 Josiah R. Trenerry
December 1932 – December 1933 John Henry Cross
December 1933 – December 1934 Alfred Seller
December 1934 – December 1935 John Henry Cross
December 1935 – December 1938 Percy Nolan [34][35]
December 1938 – 13 December 1941 Aubrey Hanson–Norman [36]
13 December 1941 – December 1942 Robert A. Miller [37]
December 1942 – December 1943 Aubrey Hanson–Norman
December 1943 – December 1944 Charles Wearne Breakspear [38]
December 1944 – December 1946 James Anderson [39]
December 1946 – December 1947 Robert A. Miller
December 1947 – December 1950 C. R. Scharkie [40]
December 1950 – 1951 James Anderson
1952 – 1953 James H. Brown
1954 Aubrey Hanson–Norman
1955 – 1958 Merv Paine
1959 – 1960 W. Fairbairn
1961 – 1963 Jim W. Paton
1964 – 1965 William R. Nicholas
1966 Dick Dein
1967 David Hay
1968 – 1970 William Iles
1971 – September 1973 David Hay
September 1973 – September 1975 William A. Manning
September 1975 – September 1977 William R. Murray
September 1977 – September 1979 Frank S. Preacher
September 1979 – September 1983 Joan A. Thorburn
September 1983 – September 1984 David Hay
September 1984 – September 1986 Judith A. Mellowes
September 1986 – September 1988 Greg Smith
September 1988 – September 1989 Joan Lily Cooke [41]
September 1989 – September 1991 Michael P. Heraghty
September 1991 – September 1992 Greg Smith
September 1992 – September 1993 Michael P. Heraghty
September 1993 – September 1994 Geoffrey Smith
September 1994 – 9 September 1995 Brian Hamer [42]
9 September 1995 – 11 September 1999 Sue Sacker (Independent)
11 September 1999 – 27 March 2004 Jean Hay (Liberal)
27 March 2004 – 8 September 2008 Peter Macdonald (Manly Independents)
8 September 2008 – 12 May 2016 Jean Hay (Liberal)

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