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This is a list of people who held the office of Mayor of the Municipal Borough of Sutton and Cheam. The office was created in 1934 when Sutton and Cheam Urban District was granted a charter of incorporation, and abolished in 1965 when the area became part of the larger London Borough of Sutton.

  • Charter Mayor: Sidney Horatio Marshall[1]
  • 1934-35: John George Kipling 1886-1956
  • 1935-36: Cecil Colman
  • 1936-37: Sidney Horatio Marshall (second term)[2]
  • 1937-38: Grahame Robertson Glegg[3] [1]
  • 1938-39: John James "Jack" Goossens
  • 1939-40: George H Dennis
  • 1940-41: John James "Jack" Goossens (second term)
  • 1941-42: John George Kipling (second term)
  • 1942-43: William Howard Crosland
  • 1943-44: Frederick Charles Lohden OBE
  • 1944-45: Joseph Scott Horne 1879-1965 [2] 1879-1965
  • 1945-46: Henry John Trickett 1895-1966
  • 1946-47: J H N Curtis
  • 1947-49: William Tucket Venton[4][5]
  • 1949-50: W D Milne
  • 1950-51: Dorothy Webster[6]
  • 1951-52: Frank Warren
  • 1952-53: Kingsley Williams
  • 1953-54: Kingsley Williams (second term)
  • 1954-55: Dan P Sullivan
  • 1955-56: Mrs Daisy Sparks MBE 2 April 1884-1978
  • 1956-57: W L Hasted
  • 1957-58: David P Thomas
  • 1958-59: R W Jenkins
  • 1959-60: Frederick William Thompson
  • 1960-61: Irene Agnes Cook 7 May 1904-1980
  • 1961-62: Oscar Mitchell
  • 1962-63: Henry John Trickett (second term). Elected President of Surrey Mayors Association.
  • 1963-64: David P Thomas (second term)
  • 1964-65: David P Thomas (third term)

References[]

  1. "Sutton Charter Celebrations". The Times: p. 13. 20 August 1934. 
  2. MARSHALL, Sir Sidney Horatio (born 17 July 1882, died 28 March 1973). Who Was Who.
  3. Born 1880 Wandsworth, died suddenly 4 February 1951 in hospital in Westminster (address was Dunnottar, Burdon Lane, Belmont. Held a commission in the 14th County of London Regiment (London Scottish)
  4. [http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings/paintings/alderman-william-tuckett-venton-18761958-mayor-of-sutton-a89094 Alderman William Tuckett Venton (1876–1958), Mayor of Sutton and Cheam (1947–1949) by Elva Joan Blacker]. BBC - Your Paintings.
  5. Under the Representation of the People Act 1948 the date of borough elections was altered from November to May: office holders elected in November 1947 had their term of office extended to May 1949.
  6. Dorothy Webster, First Female Mayor of Sutton and Cheam (1950–1951) by Derek Fowler. BBC - Your Paintings.
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