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Mayor of Memphis

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

1827
1829
Marcus B. Winchester  
1829
1830
Isaac Rawlings (1st time)
1831
1833
Seth Wheatley  
1833
1836
Isaac Rawlings (2nd time)
1836
1837
Enoch Banks (1st time)
1837
1838
John H. Morgan  
1838
1839
Enoch Banks (2nd time)
1839
1841
Thomas Dixon  
1841
1842
William Spickernagle  
1842
1847
Edwin Hickman  
1848
1849
Garner B. Lock  
1855
1856
Addison H. Douglas  
1857
1861
Richard D. Baugh  
1861
1866
John Park  
1866
1868
William Lofland  
1868
 
M.C. Davitt  
1868
1869
John William Leftwich (b. 1826, d. 1870, Democrat)
1870
1874
John Johnson  
1874
1876
John Loague  
1876
1879
John R. Flippin  
1880
1881
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1881
1883
John Overton  
1883
1891
David P. Hadden  
1891
1893
William D. Bethell  
1893
1898
W.L. Clapp  
1898
1906
J.J. Williams  
1906
1910
James H. Malone  
1909
1915
Edward Hull Crump (1st time, b. 1874, d. 1954, Democrat)
1915
 
Edward Hull Crump (2nd time, Democrat)
Nov-1915
Feb-1916
George C. Love  
1916
1917
Thomas C Ashcroft  
1917
1918
Harry H. Litty  
1918
1920
Frank L. Monteverde  
1920
1926
Rowlett Paine  
1926
1940
Watkins Overton (1st time)
1940
 
Edward Hull Crump (3rd time, Democrat)
1940
1946
Walter Chandler (b. 1887, d. 1967, Democrat)
1947
1948
James Pleasants, Jr.  
1949
1953
Watkins Overton (2nd time)
1953
1955
Frank T. Tobey  
1956
1959
Edmund Orgill  
1960
1963
Henry Loeb (1st time)
1964
1967
William B. Ingram  
1968
1971
Henry Loeb (2nd time)
1972
1982
Wyeth Chandler  
1982
1991
Richard C. Hackett  
1991
present
Willie Herenton (Democrat)



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