Stephen G. Wheatland

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Stephen Goodhue Wheatland
13thMayor of
Salem, Massachusetts
In office
1863–1863
Preceded by Stephen Palfrey Webb
Succeeded by Joseph B. F. Osgood
Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives
from the Essex district
In office
1862–1863
15th President of the
Salem, Massachusetts
Common Council
In office
1861–1862
Preceded by James Herrick Battis
Succeeded by William Gardner Choate
Member of the
Salem, Massachusetts
Common Council
In office
1852–1853
In office
1859–1859
In office
1862–1862
Personal details
Born August 11, 1824[1]
Newton, Massachusetts[1]
Died March 2, 1892(1892-03-02) (aged 67)[2]
New York City[2]
Spouse(s) Ann Maria Pingree
Alma mater Harvard, class of 1844.

Stephen Goodhue Wheatland (August 11, 1824 – March 2, 1892) was a Massachusetts lawyer and politician who served as a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, as a member, and President of the Common Council; and the Mayor of Salem, Massachusetts.

Wheatland attended Harvard where he was a member and librarian of the Porcellian Club, and a member of the Hasty Pudding Club.

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  1. ^ a b Wheelwright, Edward (1896), The Class of 1844, Harvard College: Fifty Years After Graduation, Cambridge, MA: Harvard College Class of 1844, p. 239. 
  2. ^ a b Wheelwright, Edward (1896), The Class of 1844, Harvard College: Fifty Years After Graduation, Cambridge, MA: Harvard College Class of 1844, p. 240.