Richard Everett Warner

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Richard Everett Warner
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Mayor of
Taunton, Massachusetts
In office
1902–1905
Preceded by John O'Hearn
Succeeded by John H. Eldredge
Personal details
Born October 6, 1861[1]
New Bedford, Massachusetts[1]
Spouse(s) Ida Evelyn Briggs
Children Joseph Everett Warner
Profession Treasurer of the White-Warner Company[1]

Richard Everett Warner (b. October 6, 1861) was an American businessman and politician who served as the Mayor of Taunton, Massachusetts.

On December 3, 1901, Warner defeated John O'Hearn, the incumbent Democratic mayor. Warner received 3,002 voted against 2,023 for O'Hearn.[2]

On December 6, 1904, Mayor Warner lost the election to independent Republican candidate John H. Eldredge by 65 votes.[3]

Political offices
Preceded by
John O'Hearn
Mayor of Taunton, Massachusetts
1902 – 1905
Succeeded by
John H. Eldredge

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c The Boston Press Club (1903), Men of Massachusetts: a Collection of Portraits of Representative Men in Business and Professional Life in The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston, Ma.: The Boston Press Club, p. 356. 
  2. ^ The Lewiston Daily Sun (December 4, 1901), Taunton Republican, Lewiston, Me.: The Lewiston Daily Sun, p. 1. 
  3. ^ Boston Evening Transcript (December 7, 1904), Thirteen Cities Elect, Boston, Ma.: The Boston Evening Transcript, p. 5.