List of mayors of Salisbury

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The following were mayors of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England:

15th–16th centuries[edit]

17th century[edit]

Source:[23]

1600 Mathew Bee

1601 Henry Byle

1602 Jacob Harvylande

1603 William Eaton

1604 Roger Barnes

1605 Thomas Hancocke

1606 Roger Gauntlett, MP for Salisbury

1607 Bartholomew Tookie

1608 Edward Roades

1609 Richard Gauntlett

1610 Bartholomew Tookie, MP for Salisbury

1611 Thomas Raye

1612 Laurence Horne

1613 Alexander Alford

1614 Henry Pearson

1615 Richard Godfrey

1616 Robert Maswell

1617 George Churchhouse

1618 John Wendover

1619 William Goodridge

1620 William Ray

1621 Maurice Green

1622 Thomas Sqibb

1623 Robert Jole

1624 Robert Checkford

1625 Wolstan Coward

1626 John Ivie

1627 James Abbot

1628 John Batt

1629 Thomas Hill

1630 Richard Carter

1631 Henry Byley

1632 Mathew Bee

1633 Nicholas Elliot 1634 John Dove, MP for Salisbury

1635 Maurice Bylerigg

1636 Richard Carter

1637 John Ranger or Banger

1638 Thomas Hancock

1639 William Joyce

1640 Richard Gauntlett

1641 Thomas Lawes

1642 Humphry Ditton

1643 Thomas Hancock

1644 Francis Dove

1645 Humphry Ditton

1646 Edward Edmunds

1647 John Ivie

1648 Richard Banks

1649 Francis Dove

1650 Thomas Keynon

1651 Thomas Ovyatt

1652 Thomas Ray jnr.

1653 William Wilson

1654 Wichard Phelps

1655 William Stone

1656 Robert Good

1657 Thomas Cutler

1658 Christopher Batt

1659 Thomas Abbot

1660 Maurice Green

1661 Thomas Gardiner

1662 Thomas Batter

1663 William Wilson

1664 John Joyce

1665 Thomas Williams

1666 Isaac A’Court

1667 William Slanne 1668 William Vyner

1669 Edmund Marke

1670 Ambrose West

1671 Christopher Gardiner

1672 Robert Jones

1673 James Bennett

1674 William Smith

1675 Thomas Keynton

1676 Giles Naish

1677 Oliver Shergold

1678 James Harris

1679 Roger Baskett

1680 John Priaulx

1681 Richard Minefye

1682 Andrew Bauden

1683 William Clements

1684 Thomas Wansborough

1685 Richard Eyre

1685 Christopher Gardiner

1686 Edward Faulkner

1687 George Clement

1688 John Hill

1689 Peter Phelps

1690 Thomas Haskett

1691 John Coleman

1692 Thomas Taylor

1693 John Parsons

1694 John Pain

1695 James Wyatt

1696 Francis Keynton

1697 Richard Long

1698 William Barnes

1699 Richard Hill


18th century[edit]

  • 1700 George Flower
  • 1700 William Waterman
  • 1701 Thomas Abbot
  • 1702 Johnathon Newman
  • 1703 James Hayter
  • 1704 Walter Ireland
  • 1705 Henry Long
  • 1706 William Green
  • 1707 Joseph Gifford
  • 1708 William Hillman
  • 1709 John Prater
  • 1710 Thomas Clifton
  • 1711 John King
  • 1712 Richard Marsh
  • 1713 Walter Barry
  • 1714 William Naish
  • 1715 Edward Cornelius
  • 1716 James Blake
  • 1717 Edward Cornelius
  • 1718 James Blake
  • 1719 William Strugnell
  • 1720 Silvester Pope
  • 1721 Richard Spinney
  • 1722 William Batt
  • 1723 James Stone
  • 1724 Johnathon Newman
  • 1725 Henry Bennet
  • 1726 Samuel Case
  • 1727 Thomas Light
  • 1728 Henry Case
  • 1729 John Robbins
  • 1730 George Flower
  • 1731 Thomas Hull
  • 1732 William Ruddel
  • 1733 John Davis
  • 1734 Daniel Floyd
  • 1735 John Biggs
  • 1736 John Hussey
  • 1737 William Smith
  • 1738 John Baker
  • 1739 William Stone
  • 1740 James Case
  • 1741 Richard Samburn
  • 1742 Matthew Pitts
  • 1743 Robert Robbins
  • 1744 John Talk
  • 1745 Thomas Smith
  • 1746 William Forty
  • 1747 Thomas Baker
  • 1748 Samuel Case
  • 1749 John Thorpe
  • 1750 Henry Brown
  • 1751 James Wyatt
  • 1751 John Case
  • 1752 John Wansborough
  • 1753 Nicholas Hicks
  • 1754 Robert Powel
  • 1755 John Maton
  • 1756 Scrope Egerton
  • 1757 John Blake
  • 1758 William Hussey. Clothier and MP
  • 1759 Robert Wentworth
  • 1760 Geoffrey Gowen
  • 1761 William Talk
  • 1762 James Bennett
  • 1763 Edward Lambert
  • 1764 Thomas Dennis
  • 1765 John Gowan
  • 1766 Joseph Wiles
  • 1767 John Cooper, MP
  • 1768 James Rothwell
  • 1769 Sydenham Burrough
  • 1770 Henry Penruddocke Wyndham, MP
  • 1771 Robert Cooper
  • 1772 John Tanner
  • 1773 Rawlins Hillman
  • 1774 John Edgar
  • 1775 William Little
  • 1776 John Elderton
  • 1777 Thomas Hussy
  • 1778 Nathaniel Wick
  • 1779 Edward Eastman
  • 1780 Joseph Hinxman
  • 1781 William Stephens
  • 1782 Nathaniel Still
  • 1783 John Wyche
  • 1784 Thomas Long
  • 1785 James Easton
  • 1786 George Maton
  • 1787 Eadward Hinxman
  • 1788 George Yalden Fort
  • 1789 Henry Hinxman
  • 1790 Michael Burrough from Nov 18 1790 [24]
  • 1791 Robert Freemantle
  • 1792 James Goddard
  • 1793 Thomas Brown
  • 1794 Joseph Tanner
  • 1795 William Boucher
  • 1796 Thomas Goddard
  • 1797 Joseph Tanner
  • 1798 Paul Lagas Burnett
  • 1799 Henry Smith[23]

19th century[edit]

1800 William French

1801 Edward Stevens

1802 James Sutton

1803 Joseph Everett

1804 William Ghost

1805 John Pern Tinney

1806 Johnathan Fishlake

1807 Hezekiah Wyche

1808 Thomas Wilkie

1809 James Hussy

1810 John Pinkney

1811 Edward Davies

1812 William Bird Brodie

1813 William Andrews

1814 Charles George Brodie

1815 Rev. Christopher Rigby Collins

1816 William Woolfryes

1817 Henry Emley

1818 John Atkinson

1819 Joseph Tanner

1820 Thomas Webb Dyke

1821 Thomas Wynch

1822 George Atkinson

1823 Joseph Tanner

1824 Thomas Webb Dyke

1825 Thomas Wynch

1826 George Atkinson

1827 Joseph Bouverie Hussy Tanner

1828 Thomas Ogdon Stevens

1829 George Sutton

1830 John Pinkney

1831 William Fawcett

1832 John Beere

1833 John Lush Alford

1834–35 John Cother

1835–36 William Smith

1836–37 Charles Finch

1837–38 Alexander Lucas

1838–39 Richard Hetley

1839–40 Thomas Norwood Chubb

1840–41 Robert Mackrell

1841–42 William Blackmore

1842–43 William Corbin Finch MD

1843–44 James Hussey

1844–45 Edward Edmund Peach Kelsey

1845–46 William Brownjohn

1846–47 George Fulford

1847–48 Robert Farrant

1848–49 Robert Farrant

1849–50 Thomas Robert Moore MD

1850–51 George Brown

1851–52 Edward Edmund Peach Kelsey

1852–53 Edward Edmund Peach Kelsey

1853–54 John Lambert

1854–55 Thomas Pain

1855–56 Abraham Jackson

1856–57 Thomas Pain

1857–58 Coard William Squarey

1858–59 Philip Pickney Cother

1859–60 William Woodlands

1860–61 Philip Watson Ottoway

1861–62 Charles Mann Cornwallis Whatman

1862–63 John Style

1863–64 John Waters

1864–65 Richard Henry Rigden

1865–66 Robert Stokes

1866–67 John Alfred Lush MD

1867–68 Stephen Eldridge

1868–69 William Aylward

1869–70 Charles Richard Norton

1870–71 William Fawcett Jnr.

1871–72 John Harding Jackson

1873–74 Henry Brown

1874–75 Samuel Ralph Atkins

1875–76 Charles Henry Radcliffe

1876–77 John Keynes

1877–78 Richard Monkhouse Wilson

1878–79 Joseph Williams Lovibond

1879–80 William Hicks

1880–81 Edward Frederick Kelsey

1881–82 William Leach

1882–83 Charles Moody

1883–84 Thomas Stephen Futcher

1884–85 George Fulford

1885–86 William Maxwell Hammick

1886–87 Frederick Griffen

1887–88 Edward Waters

1888–89 Samuel Parker

1889–90 George Nodder

1890–91 Joseph Williams Lovibond

1891–92 William Marlow

1892–93 Arthur Whitehead

1893–94 Charles Haskins

1894–95 Edward Foulger Pye Smith

1895–96 Arthur Russell Malden

1896–97 Arthur Whitehead

1897–98 Howard Harris

1898–99 Edward Alexander

1899–1900 David Stevens[23]

20th century[edit]

1900–01 Henry George Gregory

1901–02 John Alfred Folliott

1902–03 Edward John Brittan[25]

1903–04 Charles John Woodrow

1904–05 James Keith Dowden

1905–06 Frank Baker

1906–07 Samuel Grove

1907–08 Robert Michael Hall

1908–09 Tom Perkins

1909–10 Richard Arthur Wilson

1910–11 Frank Shepherd

1911–12 William Pritchard

1912–13 Frederick Sutton

1913–14 James Macklin, MP

1914–15 James Macklin, MP

1915–16 James Macklin, MP

1916–17 James Macklin, MP

1917–18 James Macklin, MP

1918–19 James Macklin, MP

1919–20 Howard Lapham

1920–21 Thomas William Berry

1921–22 Edward Sidney Humby

1922-22 Henry Bywater Medway

1922–23 Francis Herbert Wort

1923–24 Reuben Bracher

1924–25 Robert Bousie

1925–26 James Brothers

1926–27 John Cattrell Hudson

1927–28 Edith Maud Hulse (first lady mayor)

1928–29 Alfred Salisbury-Jones

1929–30 Harry Medway

1930–31 Alfred Hinxman

1931–32 John Sidney Rambridge

1932–33 Gideon Hancock

1933–34 Edwin James Case

1934–35 Edward Herbert Major

1935–36 Charles Scammel

1936–37 Maurice Rawlence

1937–38 Charles Thomas

1938–39 William Cornelius Bridge

1939–40 William Cornelius Bridge

1940–41 Gerald Earl Thornton

1941–42 George Albert Berry

1942–43 Sidney Clarke

1943–44 Ernest Railton Grant

1944–45 Alfred Courtney

1945–46 Herbert Barber

1946–47 Fred Sanders

1947–48 Roland Graham Gordon

1948–49 Stanley Narcissus Bigwood

1949–50 Horace Edward Randall

1950–51 Arthur Albert Maidment

1951–52 George Chivers Whatley

1952–53 William James Rothwell

1953–54 Hedley John Annetts

1954–55 Francis James Moore

1955–56 Charles Joseph Lee

1956–57 Edward Percy Adlam

1957–58 Alfred Edward Batt

1958–59 Arthur Albert Maidment

1959–60 William James Rothwell

1960–61 Harold Reginald Kidwell

1961 Arthur Christopher Hoy

1961–62 Stanley Arthur Vokes

1962–63 Harold Gordon Batt

1964–65 Alfred Henry Crane

1965–66 William Eric Glazebrook

1966–67 William Stephen Biddle

1967–68 Beatrice Dorothy Brown

1968–69 Stewart Anthony Snook

1969–70 Margaret Josephine Benson

1970–71 William Hezekiah Lambert

1972–73 Hilda Elizabeth Barker

1973–74 George William Shingler

1974–75 Francis William Grandfield

1975–76 George Hubert Anthony Stocken

1976–77 Timothy Sherwood Hattersley

1977–78 Ivan Cecil Light

1978–79 Arthur Walter James Lawrence

1979–80 Kenneth Anthony Edwards

1980–81 Douglas Anthony Stephenson

1981–82 Derek Ashton Alford

1982–83 Beverly Head

1983–84 Peter John Dalton

1984–85 Pamela Irene Edwards

1985–86 Thomas Cameron Cowie

1986–87 William John Quirke McGrath

1987–88 Elizabeth Margaret Grant

1988–89 Pauline Denise D Stocken

1989–90 Margaret Mary Jackson

1990–91 Kathleen Cooper Joel

1991–92 Gloria Celia Tudhope

1992–93 Dorothy Joan Jones

1993–94 Peter Noel Chubb

1994–95 Patricia Mary Errington Rycroft

1995–96 Richard Terrence Rogers

1996–97 Beryl Mary Jay

1997–98 Paul Sample

1998–99 Olwen Tanner

1999–2000 David McCarthy[23]

21st century[edit]

  • 2000–01 Steve Fear
  • 2001–02 Ian Tomes
  • 2002–03 Sue Mallory
  • 2003–04 Bobbie Chettleburgh
  • 2004–05 Jeremy Nettle
  • 2005–06 Patrick Paisey
  • 2006–07 Sheila Warrander
  • 2007–08 Kevin Cardy
  • 2008–09 Iris Evans
  • 2009–10 Bobbie Chettleburgh
  • 2010–11 Brian Dalton
  • 2011–12 John Abbott
  • 2012–13 John Collier
  • 2013–14 Penny Brown[23]
  • 2014–15 Jo Broom[26]
  • 2015–16 Andrew Roberts[27]
  • 2016–17 Derek Brown
  • 2017–18 John Lindley
  • 2018–19 Mike Osment[28]
  • 2019–21 John Walsh[29][30]
  • 2021–22 Caroline Corbin[31]

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