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This is a list of people who held the office of Mayor of the Municipal Borough of Brentford and Chiswick. The office was created in 1932 when the Brentford and Chiswick Urban District was granted a charter of incorporation. It was abolished in 1965 when the area became part of the larger London Borough of Hounslow.

  • Charter Mayor: James Clements JP CC
  • 1932-33: Frederick Sandland Hayburn[1]
  • 1933-34: Charles Henry Curtis (1870 - 1958) [1]; painting of his wife here
  • 1934-35: William John Lane
  • 1935-36: George Robert Davidge [2] 1872-1941
  • 1936-37: Reginald Spencer Howard (1 January 1887 - 1971)
  • 1937-38: Maurice Leahy [3]
  • 1938-39: George Jenkin [4]
  • 1939-40: George Jenkin (second term)
  • 1940-41: Kenneth Andrew Cleland
  • 1941-42: (A W) Harry Frank Davis [5]
  • 1942-43: (A W) Harry Frank Davis (second term)
  • 1943-44: Charles Edwards
  • 1944-45: Thomas William Stroud (1870 - 1958)
  • 1945-46: Leonard Frank Pett (1896 - 1952)
  • 1946-47: Patrick Fullerton-Bustard (c.1899 - 1979)
  • 1947-49: Reginald Pargeter Sinclair (1892 - 20 September 1958) [2]
  • 1949-50: Hedley George Fry (14 September 1897 - 1971)
  • 1950-51: Rev. Oswald Breston
  • 1951-52: Arthur Charlton
  • 1952-53: Harry Deane
  • 1953-54: Eric Anthony Charles Branczik (1911 - 1955)
  • 1954-55: John Connor (born 2 November 1887) [3]
  • 1955-56: Richard Leslie Avery [6] (1897 - 1967)
  • 1956-57: Alice Jane Burden [7]
  • 1957-58: Reginald Spencer Howard (second term)
  • 1958-59: F G Murray
  • 1959-60: Michael J Digby[4] [8]
  • 1960-61: Mrs H Gladys Saunt
  • 1961-62: T J Crispin
  • 1962-63: Arnold Wilfred Walker (23 January 1900 - 1972)
  • 1963-64: Cecil A Pocock [9]
  • 1964-65: George Ernest Henniker (12 March 1909 - 1978) [10]


References[]

  1. Hayburn worked for the Marconi firm from 1904-1930s, becoming Managing Director of Marconi Marine in 1933. In 1935 he became 'Foreign Envoy' for the Marconi organisation... He later became Mayor of Brentford and Chiswick. He died in 1950. Hayburn Colection. Colonial Film.
  2. The Representation of the People Act 1948 changed the date of borough council elections from November to May: officeholders elected in November 1947 had their term of office extended until May 1949
  3. Gas fitter.
  4. A meter reader with the Southern Electricity Board The Electrical Review - Volume 164. 1959. 
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