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This is a list of people who held the office of Mayor of the Municipal Borough of Hornsey, Middlesex. The office was created in 1903 when Hornsey was granted a charter of incorporation and was abolished in 1965 when the area was included in the larger London Borough of Haringey.

  • 1903-04: Fred William Lawson
  • 1904-05: Fred William Lawson (second term)
  • 1905-06: Dr Henry Britten Brackenbury
  • 1906-07: John Scott Balfour[1]
  • 1907-08: Edwin Willmott Sloper 1865-1921[2] mention here, photograph at The National Archives here
  • 1908-09: Ernest Arthur Ebblewhite
  • 1909-10: Walter Gaskell
  • 1910-11: Alexander Alfred Yeatman 1859-1931 [3]
  • 1911-12: Henry Ernest Cooper
  • 1912-13: John Scott Balfour[1] (second term)
  • 1913-14: Edwin Willmott Sloper (second term)[2]
  • 1914-15: Percy Mitchell mention here [1]
  • 1915-16: Percy Mitchell (second term)
  • 1916-17: Percy Mitchell (third term)
  • 1917-18: Percy Fone Teychenné 1863-1942 mentioned here
  • 1918-19: Percy Fone Teychenné (second term)
  • 1919-20: Jesse Alfred Dunmore died 1928 aged 69
  • 1920-21: Jesse Alfred Dunmore (second term)
  • 1921-22: Ben Holmes Jenkinson 1864-1949[4]
  • 1922-23: Ben Holmes Jenkinson (second term)
  • 1923-24: Percy Everington
  • 1924-25: Reginald Steeds
  • 1925-26: William George Barrenger 1866-1959 [2] and [3]
  • 1926-27: William George Barrenger (second term)
  • 1927-28: George A Double
  • 1928-29: George A Double (second term)
  • 1929-30: Charles Harold Summersby Liberal National Party member of parliament for Shoreditch 1931-35.
  • 1930-31: Charles Harold Summersby (second time)
  • 1931-32: John Wilfred Rowlands
  • 1932-33: John Wilfred Rowlands (second term)[5]
  • 1933-34: William Josiah Grimshaw
  • 1934-35: William Josiah Grimshaw (second term)
  • 1935-36: Charles Winkley
  • 1936-37: Charles Winkley (second term)
  • 1937-38: Hubert George John Williams 1876-1964
  • 1938-39: Hubert George John Williams (second term)
  • 1939-40: Hubert George John Williams (third term)
  • 1940-41: Hubert George John Williams (fourth term)
  • 1941-42: Hubert George John Williams (fifth term)
  • 1942-43: Hubert George John Williams (sixth term)
  • 1943-44: Hubert George John Williams (seventh term)
  • 1944-45: Hubert George John Williams (eighth term)
  • 1945-46: W V Wall [4]
  • 1946-47: Louis Joseph Valette 1879-1964
  • 1947-49: Mrs Clemence Marian Cave[6]. Details of a file at The National Archives on a school named after her here
  • 1949-50: G F N Norman
  • 1950-51: Sydney George Goulding [5]
  • 1951-52: Thomas Tivendale 28 March 1912-1969 [6]
  • 1952-53: George William Frederick Pallett 11 March 1892-1979
  • 1953-54: Sir William Grimshaw (third term)
  • 1954-55: Maurice Walter Burns 1898-1962
  • 1955-56: H L Norman [7]
  • 1956-57: Neil Muldoon
  • 1957-58: Kathleen Mary St Patrick Crump
  • 1958-59: George Watson [8]
  • 1959-60: Miss O R Anderson
  • 1960-61: Lieutenant-Colonel Frank Colleton Cave 31 October 1912-1982 mentioned here
  • 1961-62: C R Williams
  • 1962-63: James T Wilkins
  • 1963-64: Peter P Rigby 12 August 1929-8 August 2002 [9]
  • 1964-65: Lawrence Arthur Bains


References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 A native of Cupar, Fife, Scotland. "Prominent Scots Take Part". Dundee Courier. 12 June 1913. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Honorary Manager of Alexandra Palace. 1865-3 March 1921. "News in Brief". Portsmouth Evening News. 5 March 1921. 
  3. Appointed Organist of the Grand Lodge of Freemasons of England in May 1913 "---". Portsmouth Evening News. 7 May 1913. 
  4. Senior partner in the firm of Jenkinsons, consulting engineers. Gray's Inn Square, W.C. The Electrical Review, Volume 91. 1923. p. 798. 
  5. A Welshman, he was the son of David Rowlands, Principal of Brecon Memorial College. President of the Highgate Horticultural Society 1933-47. The Alderman Wilfred Rowlands Memorial Cup for four kinds of cut flowers with own foliage in his memory was presented by his widow. The History of the Society. Highgate Horticultural Society.
  6. The Representation of the People Act 1948 changed the date of mayoral elections from November to May. Mayors elected in November 1947 remained in office until May 1949.
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