Mayor of Germantown
The Mayor of Germantown is a defunct Political Office that functioned in-between 1856 and 1927 in Germantown, Pennsylvania, which is now part of Philadelphia.
|Mayor of Germantown|
|Term length||5 years|
|Office Term Number||Name||Term Start||Term End||Political Party|
|1||William Fentler||March 1856||March 1871||Republican|
|2||M.A. Wilson||March 1871||March 1881||Republican|
|3||W. Foulkrod||March 1881||April 1883||Republican|
|4||Thomas Pierce||April 1883||March 1886||Republican|
|5||Edward Charles Sutton||March 1886||March 1891||Republican|
|6||Franklin F. Fulton||March 1891||March 1896||Republican|
|7||John Frank Price||March 1896||March 1901||Republican|
|8||Samuel M. Broadbent||March 1901||March,1906||Republican|
|9||George P. Widener||March 1906||March 1911||Republican|
|10||Alfred H. DuPont||March 1911||August 1920||Republican|
|11||Edward F. Hartley||August 1920||January 1, 1927||Democrat|
End of the Office[edit | edit source]
On January 1, 1927 the Office of Mayor of Germantown was made defunct, after Germantown was merged to Philadelphia.
References[edit | edit source]
- Henry C. Bradsby (1893). History of Germantown, Pennsylvania. S. B. Nelson.
- "-Philadelphia Record Almanacs".
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