James M. Lilly

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James M. Lilly
22nd Mayor of
North Adams, Massachusetts
In office
Preceded byErnest H. Rosasco
Succeeded byJulius M. Calvi
Personal details
BornJuly 17, 1891[1][2]
DiedJuly 1978[1]
Spouse(s)Helen M. Lannon[3][4]
ChildrenJames W. Lilly[4] Robert M. Lilly[5]

James M. Lilly was an American politician who served as the twenty second Mayor of North Adams, Massachusetts.

Family life[edit]

Lilly and his wife Helen Lannon Lilly[3][4] had two sons, James W. Lilly,[4] born on March 4, 1925,[4] and Robert M. Lilly.[5]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Social Security Death Index (1978), "Massachusetts;Issue Date: Before 1951.", Social Security Administration, Woodlawn, Maryland
  2. United States, Selective Service System (September 1918), World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918; Registration Berkshire County, Massachusetts; Roll: 1684875; Draft Board: 1., Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration
  3. 3.0 3.1 The Boston Globe (June 6, 1972), Helen M. Lilly, Boston, Massachusetts: Boston Globe, p. Page 35
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 The Berkshire Eagle (November 9, 2002), James W. Lilly, 77,former North Adams lawyer, Pittsfield, Massachusetts: Berkshire Eagle, p. Page 2B
  5. 5.0 5.1 Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Bureau of the Census (1930), 1930 United States Federal Census Enumeration District: 84, Washington, D.C.: The National Archives, p. North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts; Roll: 884; Page: 8B.
Political offices
Preceded by
Ernest H. Rosasco
22nd Mayor of North Adams, Massachusetts
Succeeded by
Julius M. Calvi

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