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This is a list of people who held the office of Mayor of the Municipal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, from its reformation under the Municipal Corporations Act 1835 until the borough's abolition in 1965. In that year it became part of the larger Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.[1] For mayors of the post 1965 borough, see List of Mayors of Kingston upon Thames.

1835-1840[]

  • 1835-36: Thomas Fricker - founded Eagle Brewery [1] and [2]
  • 1836-37: Charles Schofield
  • 1837-38: James Nightingale
  • 1838-39: James Nightingale (second term)
  • 1839-40: William Mercer

1840-1850[]

  • 1840-41: John King
  • 1841-42: William B Jones
  • 1842-43: Thomas Fricker (second term)
  • 1843-44: William Row
  • 1844-45: William Row (second term)
  • 1845-46: Thomas Jackson
  • 1846-47: George Nightingale - founded Kingston Brewery and [3]
  • 1847-48: Samuel Ranyard died 1887 aged 78
  • 1848-49: William Shrubsole
  • 1849-50: William Pamphilon [4]

1850-1860[]

  • 1850-51: Joseph Hollingdale [5]
  • 1851-52: William Pepper
  • 1852-53: Thomas Leonard
  • 1853-54: Frederick Gould [6] and [7]
  • 1854-55: John Shrubsole [8] and [9]
  • 1855-56: John Shrubsole (second term)
  • 1856-57: Samuel Ranyard (second term)
  • 1857-58: Samuel Mason died 7 November 1880 aged 60 [10]
  • 1858-59: John Williams - biographical information here
  • 1859-60: John Williams (second term)

1860-1870[]

  • 1860-61: Samuel Gray [11]
  • 1861-62: William Frederick Hodgson died 1875 aged 61
  • 1862-63: Thomas Tindal Walker died 1893 aged 94
  • 1863-64: John Clakre Weston died 1867 aged 62
  • 1864-65: John Williams (third term) - responsible for preservation of Fairfield Recreation Ground
  • 1865-66: Joseph East - founded Albion and Star Brewery [12] and [13]
  • 1866-67: Joseph East (second term)
  • 1867-68: Alfred Priest [14]
  • 1868-69: Joseph Marsh [15]
  • 1869-70: Joseph Marsh (second term)

1870-1880[]

  • 1870-71: Sir William Hardman MA
  • 1871-72: John W Davidson
  • 1872-73: Thomas Clements
  • 1873-74: Bedford Marsh
  • 1874-75: Bedford Marsh (second term)
  • 1875-76: George Clifton Sherrard - grandson's page on Wikipedia [16] 1845-1904
  • 1876-77: Philip Jones
  • 1877-78: Henry Shrubsole [17]
  • 1878-79: Henry Shrubsole (second term)
  • 1879-80: Henry Shrubsole (third term) (died 15 June 1880) [18] [2] [3], rest of term completed by Joseph Woolley

1880-1890[]

  • 1880-81: Frederick Gould [19] and [20]
  • 1881-82: George Wade
  • 1882-83: James Thrupp Nightingale died 1890 aged 52 [21]
  • 1883-84: Alfred Nuthall - cousin of Charles E Nuthall
  • 1884-85: Charles E Nuthall
  • 1885-86: Charles E Nuthall (second term)
  • 1886-87: George C Sherrard (second term)
  • 1887-88: Walter East
  • 1888-89: Walter East (second term)

1890-1900[]

  • 1889-90: James East
  • 1890-91: Edward Thomas Coppinger
  • 1891-92: John J Collings
  • 1892-93: Frederick Gridley
  • 1893-94: William Allard
  • 1894-95: George C Sherrard (third term)
  • 1895-96: John B Walker
  • 1896-97: Alfred Wyeth Homersham 1857-1931
  • 1897-98: William Hart
  • 1898-99: William Evelyn St Lawrence Finny MB
  • 1899-1900: Magnus George Moatt died 1911 aged 79 - mention here

1900-1910[]

  • 1900-01: Gifford Thomas Salmon 1847-1918
  • 1901-02: William Evelyn St Lawrence Finny MB (second term)
  • 1902-03: Thomas Lyne [22]
  • 1903-04: Henry Charles Minnitt[4] [23]
  • 1904-05: Henry Charles Minnitt (second term)
  • 1905-06: Henry Charles Minnitt (third term)
  • 1906-07: Joseph M R Francis [24]
  • 1907-08: Joseph Lambourn
  • 1908-09: William Evelyn St Lawrence Finny MB (third term)
  • 1909-10: George Clarke (died 24 February 1910)[5], [25]  George Huckle (completed rest of term) [26]

1910-1920[]

1920-1930[]

1930-1940[]

1940-1950[]

  • 1940-41: Sir Edward John Scarles (second term)
  • 1941-42; Sir Edward John Scarles (third term)
  • 1942-43: Sir Edward John Scarles (fourth term)
  • 1943-44: Sir Edward John Scarles (fifth term)
  • 1944-45: Sir Edward John Scarles (sixth term)
  • 1945-46: Sir Edward John Scarles (seventh term)
  • 1946-47: Frederick Charles Digby
  • 1947-49 Elspeth Helen Ramsay Oldfield MB[10] died 1963 aged 63.
  • 1949-50: William George Eggleton [33]

1950-51[]

  • 1950-51: Charles Leonard Sinclair [34]
  • 1951-52: Charles Leonard Sinclair (born 1892 died 30 March 1952)[11], William G Eggleton, completed term (second term)
  • 1952-53: Ernest Reginald Canham OBE[12]
  • 1953-54: Geoffrey Raymond Lines [35] and [36][13]
  • 1954-55: Geoffrey Raymond Lines (second term)[13]
  • 1955-56: Gladys E Picton
  • 1956-57: A George Knowlden (third term)
  • 1957-58: Doris M Alexander
  • 1958-59: Cyril Melvill Judge[14] (Later first Mayor of the enlarged Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames)
  • 1959-60: Maurice Juniper Guymer[15] [37]

1960-1965[]

  • 1960-61: Maurice Juniper Guymer (second term)[15]
  • 1961-62: Doris L Tapping [38]
  • 1962-63: Frederick R Hooker
  • 1963-64: William J Marshall [39] and [40]
  • 1964-65: Harold S Lees

External links[]

References[]

  1. 1835 to 1964 - Former Mayors. Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.
  2. 1880 Henry Shrubsole Memorial.
  3. Sandra A Collins. Henry Shrubsole 1816-1880. Sandra's Shrubsole and Lockley Family Trees.
  4. Born c.1855 in Berkshire. Died 19 February 1914 in Kingston. A grocer.Equitable charge upon 'Castle' Hotel and insurance policies, by John Mayo. as security to Henry Charles Minnitt of Kingston Hill, Surrey, grocer, who is acting as surety for money lent J.M. by South Western Bank.
  5. "Policeman Who Became a Mayor". Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. 25 February 1910. 
  6. "Birthday Honours". Birmingham Gazette. 3 June 1918. 
  7. "Seven Times Mayor". Lancashire Evening Post. 6 November 1919. 
  8. Died May 1924 (07 May 1924 - Lancashire Evening Post)
  9. "Death of Mayor of Kingston". Derby Daily Telegraph. 16 August 1924. 
  10. "New Mayors". The Times: p. 2. 11 November 1947. 
  11. Born 11 May 1892 in Hendon,
  12. Born 16 April 1886, died 3 July 1964. Awarded OBE in June 1919 for war time service in Royal Engineers.
  13. 13.0 13.1 Born 13 September 1902. Died 11 October 1963.
  14. Born 4 April 1908, died in Kingston 1975
  15. 15.0 15.1 Born 29 August 1914 died 26 January 1985. Awarded the OBE in the New Years Honours 1982 for his work as Chairman, Board of Visitors, Latchmere House Remand Centre.
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