Mayor of Stafford

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The town of Stafford, Staffordshire, England gained its mayoral charter from King James I. The first mayor was Matthew Cradock, jnr in 1614. [1]

The following have been mayors of Stafford:

Source: [1] Stafford Borough Council unless otherwise stated

20th century[edit]

  • 1900–03 Walter Charles Towers Mynors (2 years (of 4))
  • 1902–03 P M Bridgwood
  • 1903–04 Samuel George Lovatt
  • 1904–05 John Mottram
  • 1905–06 William Marson
  • 1906–07 Albert Andrews
  • 1907–09 Ebenezer Williamm Taylor (2 years)
  • 1909–10 Edward Horton
  • 1910–11 Thomas Westhead
  • 1911–12 Ebenezer William Taylor
  • 1912–13 Charles William Miller
  • 1913–14 James Cornelius Mycock
  • 1914–15 Henry John Bostock
  • 1915–16 Thomas Samuel Bailey
  • 1916–17 Richard John Young
  • 1917–18 -
  • 1918–19 Joseph Rushton
  • 1919–20 Frederick Milnes Blumer
  • 1920–21 Richard Edwin Meade
  • 1921–22 Thomas Alfred Dunn
  • 1922–23 Ernest Albert Thompson
  • 1923–24 John Wheeldon
  • 1924–25 Harry Eymer
  • 1925–26 John Hall
  • 1926–30 William Thomas Richardson (4 years)
  • 1930–32 Thomas Henry Tunnicliffe (2 years)
  • 1932–33 Ellen Maria South (Mrs)
  • 1933–34 Samuel Robinson
  • 1934–35 Frederick William Pitt (died and replaced by Samuel Robinson)
  • 1935–37 George Owen (2 years)
  • 1937–38 R Gordon Amies
  • 1938–42 Horace Joynes MBE (4 years)
  • 1942–44 Arthur Egerton Hourd (2 years)
  • 1944–46 Harold Wallace-Copeland (2 years)
  • 1946–48 Ruth Turney (Mrs) (3 years)
  • 1949–50 Leslie Dobson (2 years)
  • 1951–53 Charles Edward Fowke (2 years)
  • 1953–55 Charles Jones (2 years)
  • 1955–57 Horace Henry Coghlan (2 years)
  • 1957–59 Frank Redvers Green (2 years)
  • 1959–60 Bertram Sinkinson OBE
  • 1960–61 John Edward Roberts
  • 1961–62 Elizabeth Wilford (Mrs)
  • 1962–63 Rees Llewellyn Tyler
  • 1963–64 Albert Edward Collins
  • 1964–65 Iris Helen Moseley (Miss)
  • 1965–66 Lawrence Harry Kinson
  • 1966–67 Samuel Harry Robinson
  • 1967–68 Stanley Gordon Sheppard MBE VRD
  • 1968–69 Oliver Frederick Bradley MBE
  • 1969–70 Trevor Arnold Evans
  • 1970–71 Walter Richard Dean
  • 1971–72 Edith Stella Kidman
  • 1972–73 Norman Leonard Potter
  • 1973–74 William Robert Simpson
  • 1974–75 Ruth M Dickson (Mrs)
  • 1975–76 William Bowen
  • 1976–77 Roland E Tonge
  • 1977–78 George H Mason
  • 1978–79 Harold Doffman
  • 1979–80 Leonard Jacques
  • 1980–81 Michael Dale
  • 1981–82 Mavis V Keleghan (Mrs)
  • 1982–83 Trevor J Reeves
  • 1983–84 Michael H Roberts
  • 1984–85 Hugh Lowry (JP)
  • 1985–86 Graham Will
  • 1986–87 Barbara H Bower (Mrs)
  • 1987–88 Douglas J James
  • 1988–89 Matthew H Guymer MBE
  • 1989–90 William J Kemp
  • 1990–91 Michael R Heenan
  • 1991–92 Stuart Glaister (JP)
  • 1992–93 Frances Salome Dainton (Mrs)
  • 1993–94 Andrew Compton (JP)
  • 1994–95 Kenneth F Brown
  • 1995–96 Ellis A J Bevan
  • 1996–97 John T Holland
  • 1997–98 Judith M Dalgarno (Mrs)
  • 1998–99 Harry Brunt
  • 1999–2000 Christine A Baron (Mrs)

21st century[edit]

  • 2000–01 Peter Bruce
  • 2001–02 Douglas W Davies
  • 2002–03 Ralph P Cooke
  • 2003–04 John A Russell
  • 2004–05 Francis A Finlay
  • 2005–06 Joyce Farnham (JP) (Mrs)
  • 2006–07 Mike Shone
  • 2007–08 David Brian Price
  • 2008–09 Ann P Edgeller (Mrs)
  • 2009–10 Jean E Tabernor (Mrs)
  • 2010–11 Malcolm T Millichap
  • 2011–12 James S Highfield
  • 2012–13 Bryan M Cross MBE
  • 2013–14 Angela M Loughran (Mrs)
  • 2014–15 Raymond M Sutherland
  • 2015–16 Peter W Jones
  • 2016–17 Geoffrey R Collier
  • 2017–18 Aidan Thomas Arthur Godfrey

References[edit]

  1. ^ "In Touch with the Past". Stafford Borough Council. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "CRADOCK, Matthew (1584-1636), of Stafford and Caverswall Castle, Staffs. - History of Parliament Online". www.historyofparliamentonline.org. 
  3. ^ a b "ROBINS, John (c.1714-54), of Stafford. - History of Parliament Online". www.historyofparliamentonline.org.