Mayor of Morristown, New Jersey

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Mayor of Morristown, New Jersey

  • Timothy P. Dougherty, 2010 to present
  • Donald Cresitello, 2006 to 2010
  • David Manahan, 1986 to 1989
  • Emilio J. Gervasio 1982 to 1986
  • Donald Cresitello, 1977 to 1981
  • David Manahan, 1974 to 1977
  • John Bickford, 1963.
  • W. Parsons Todd, 1953–1954.[1]
  • Clyde W. Potts (1876–1950), 1921 to 1934. He was born on November 1, 1876 in Libertyville, Iowa. He died on May 19, 1950.[2]
  • Theodore Ayers, 1909-1910[3]
  • Thomas W. Cauldwell, 1908-1909 (Died)[4]
  • Alexander Bennell, 1906-1907[5]
  • Rev. Dr. Norman Fox, 1902[6]
  • Edward Quayle 1894, 1896, 1898 (Mayor during Spanish American War)[7]
  • James Sullivan (1837-1899), was born about 1837. Democrat. Grocer; mayor of Morristown, N.J.. Baptist. Member, Freemasons. Died May 9, 1899 [8]
  • George Theodore Werts, (1846–1910) 1886 - 1892.[9]
  • Henry W. Miller, 1880 - 1881
  • Theodore Ayers, 1876 - 1879
  • Alfred Mills, 1874 - 1875
  • Joseph W. Ballentine, 1872 - 1873
  • Samuel S. Halsey, 1870 - 1871
  • George Thomas Cobb, (1813–1870) 1865 - 1869
  • John Edwards Taylor, (1834 – November 23, 1914).[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Political Graveyard.Morristown mayors. Accessed 21 April 2015.
  2. ^ "Clyde W. Potts, Internationally known Sewer And Water Engineer; Once Head N.J. Health Bd.". Morristown Daily Record. May 20, 1950. Retrieved 2011-09-19. Born on November 1, 1876, at Libertyville, IA., the son of James F. Potts and Elizabeth Pancoast, Clyde Potts was orphaned at an early age as his mother died when he was four and his father when he was eight. He was raised by a sister, Margaret, who died in 1921. ... 
  3. ^ Pitney, Henry Cooper; Co, Lewis Historical Publishing (1914-01-01). A History of Morris County, New Jersey: Embracing Upwards of Two Centuries, 1710-1913 ... Lewis Historical Publishing Company. p. 18. 
  4. ^ Pitney, Henry Cooper; Co, Lewis Historical Publishing (1914-01-01). A History of Morris County, New Jersey: Embracing Upwards of Two Centuries, 1710-1913 ... Lewis Historical Publishing Company. pp. 12–13. 
  5. ^ Nelson's Biographical Cyclopedia of New Jersey. Eastern historical publishing society. 1913-01-01. p. 212. 
  6. ^ The Municipal Year Book. Engineering News Publishing Company. 1902-01-01. p. 78. 
  7. ^ Pitney, Henry Cooper; Co, Lewis Historical Publishing (1914-01-01). A History of Morris County, New Jersey: Embracing Upwards of Two Centuries, 1710-1913 ... Lewis Historical Publishing Company. pp. 412–413. 
  8. ^ Political Graveyard. Sullivan. Accessed 21 April 2015.
  9. ^ "Ex-Gov. G. T. Werts Dead. Last Democratic Governor Of New Jersey And Old Politician.". New York Times. January 18, 1910. Retrieved 2008-06-18. George T. Werts of New Jersey, one of the best-known Democratic politicians in that State, died yesterday of pneumonia at his home, 275 Union Street, ... 
  10. ^ "John E. Taylor Dies at 80. Ex-Mayor of Morristown and Long Prominent in City's Civic Life". New York Times. November 24, 1914. Retrieved 2011-09-19. John Edwards Taylor, 80 years old, former Mayor of Morristown died tonight at his home on McCulloch Avenue from pneumonia. Taylor was born in Brooklyn ...