Timothy Dwight Hobart

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Timothy Dwight Hobart
Mayor of Pampa, Texas
In office
November 1927 – April 1928
Preceded by F. P. Reid
Succeeded by D. W. Osborne
Personal details
Born

(1855-10-06)October 6, 1855
Berlin, Washington County

Vermont, USA
Died May 19, 1935(1935-05-19) (aged 79)
Pampa, Gray County, Texas
Cause of death Pneumonia
Resting place Fairview Cemetery in Pampa, Texas
Political party

Republican (national)
Democrat (state level)

Non-partisan as mayor
Spouse(s) Minnie Wood Warren Hobart (married 1888-1935, his death)
Children Four children
Residence

Palestine, Texas
Mobeetie, Texas

Pampa, Texas
Occupation

Businessman; Landowner

Rancher
Religion Congregationalist, Presbyterian

Timothy Dwight Hobart (October 6, 1855 – May 19, 1935) was an American school superintendent from Vermont, in the United States. He moved to Texas and became a land surveyor and land agent. He was later a manager of the JA Ranch, and mayor of Pampa, Texas.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Handbook of Texas Online - HOBART, TIMOTHY DWIGHT
  2. ^ Handbook of Texas Online - NEW YORK AND TEXAS LAND COMPANY
  3. ^ Lester Fields Sheffy, The Life and Times of Timothy Dwight Hobart, 1855-1935: Colonization of West Texas (Canyon, Texas: Panhandle-Plains Historical Society, 1950), pp. 118, 258 (lands) 294-298 (politics), 306-307 (religion), 309 (legacy)
  4. ^ JA Ranch exhibit, Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Canyon, Texas
  5. ^ Handbook of Texas Online - FRANCKLYN LAND AND CATTLE COMPANY
  6. ^ Welcome To The White Deer Land Museum