List of Mayors and Lord Mayors of Manchester

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This is a list of the Mayors and Lord Mayors of Manchester in the North West of England.[1][2]

Mayors of Manchester[edit]

1838–1892[edit]

No.MayorTenure BeginTenure EndTermsNotes
1Sir Thomas Potter183818402Father of Sir John Potter, who was Mayor 1848–1851.[3][4]
2William Neil184018422
3James Kershaw184218431
4Alexander Kay184318452
5William Benjamin Watkins184518461
6Sir Elkanah Armitage184618482
7Sir John Potter184818513Son of Sir Thomas Potter, who was Mayor 1838–1840.[3][4]
8Robert Barnes185118532
9Benjamin Nicholls185318552
10Sir James Watts185518572
11Ivie Mackie185718603
12Matthew Curtis1860186111st term
13Thomas Goadsby186118621
14Abel Heywood1862186311st term
15John Marsland Bennett186318652
16William Bowker186518661
17Robert Neill186618682
18John Grave186818713
19William Booth187118732
20Alfred Watkin187318741
21John King187418751
22Matthew Curtis1875187612nd term
23Abel Heywood1876187712nd term
24Charles Sydney Grundy187718792
25Henry Patteson187918801
26Sir Thomas Baker188018822
27John Hopkinson188218831
28Philip Goldschmidt1883188411st term
29Sir John James Harwood1884188511st term
30Philip Goldschmidt1885188612nd term
31Matthew Curtis1886188713rd term
32Sir John James Harwood1887188822nd term
33William Batty188818891
34Sir John Mark188918912The first Mayor of the County Borough.
35Sir Bosdin Thomas Leech189118921

Lord Mayors of Manchester[edit]

19th century[edit]

No.Lord MayorTenure BeginTenure EndTermsNotes
1Sir Anthony Marshall189218942
2Abraham Evans Lloyd189418962
3John Foulkes Roberts189618971
4Robert Gibson189718981
5Sir William Henry Vaudrey189818991
6Thomas Briggs189919012

20th century[edit]

No.Lord MayorTenure BeginTenure EndTermsNotes
7Sir James Hoy190119021
8John Royle190219031
9Sir Thomas Thornhill Shann190319052
10James Herbert Thewlis190519061
11John Harrop190619071
12Sir Edward Holt, Bart.190719092
13Sir Charles Behrens190919112
14Sir Samuel Walter Royse191119132
15Sir Daniel McCabe, DL191319152
16Arthur George Copeland191519161
17Sir Thomas Smethhurst191619171
18Sir Alexander Porter191719181
19John Makeague191819191
20Sir William Kay, Kt.1919191911st term
21Tom Fox, OBE191919201
22Sir William Kay, Kt.1920192112nd term
23Ernest Emil Darwin Simon192119221Knighted in 1932, created Baron Simon of Wythenshawe in 1947.[5]
24Sir William Cundiff192219231
25William Turner Jackson192319241
26Sir Frederick Joseph West, Kt, GBE192419251
27Sir Miles Ewart Mitchell, Kt, CBE192519261
28James Henry Swales192619271
29Sir William Davy, Kt192719281
30Lt-Col George Westcott, OBE192819291
31Sir Robert Noton Barclay, Kt192919301
32George Frank Titt193019311
33Ellis Green193119321
34Sir William Walker, Kt193219331
35Joseph Binns, MBE193319341
36Samuel Woollam193419351
37Thomas Stone Williams193519361
38Joseph Toole193619371
39Joseph Crookes Grimes, OBE193719381
40Sir William Kay, Kt.1938193813rd term
41Elijah John Hart193819391
42George Harold White193919401
43Robert Griffith Edwards194019411
44Wright Robinson194119421
45John Septimus Hill194219431
46Leonard Bramwell Cox194319441
47William Philip Jackson194419451
48Hugh Lee194519461Father of Hugh Lee (Lord Mayor 1981–1982)
49Thomas Henry Adams194619471
50Mary Latchford Kingsmill-Jones, CBE, JP194719492
51Robert Moss,194919501
52Colonel Samuel Percy Dawson, CBE, MM, TD, DL195019511
53William Collingson, OBE195119521
54Douglas Gosling195219531
55Abraham Moss195319541
56Sir Richard Harper, Kt195419551
57Tom Regan195519561
58Harry Sharp195619571
59Sir Leslie Lever MP195719581Created Baron Lever in 1975.[6]
60James Edward Fitzsimons195819591
61Harold Quinney, DL195919601
62Arthur Donovan196019611
63Sir Lionel Biggs, Kt196119621
64Sir Robert Thomas, Kt, DL196219631
65Robert Carr Rogers, CBE196319641
66Dr William Chadwick196419651
67Bernard Sydney Langton, CBE196519661
68Nellie Beer, OBE, DL196619671
69Dame Elizabeth Yarwood, DBE, DL196719681
70Harold Stockdale196819691
71Neil Gowanloch Westbrook196919701
72William Atkinson Downward, DL197019711
73Douglas John Edwards197119721
74Edward Grant197219731
75Kenneth Collis197319741Opened T1 Manchester Airport and also given an OBE in 1992
76Frederick Balcombe, JP197419751The first Lord Mayor of the Metropolitan Borough
77Dame Kathleen Ollerenshaw197519761
78Kenneth Franklin197619771
79Robert Crawford197719781
80Trevor Thomas197819791
81G.W.G. Fitzsimons197919801
82Winnie Smith198019811
83Hugh Lee198119821Son of Hugh Lee (Lord Mayor 1945-1946)
84Clifford Tomlinson198219831
85Dr M. J. Taylor198319841Son of Dr Joe Taylor, founder and first chairman of the Greater Manchester Council
86Harold Tucker198419851
87Kenneth Strath198519861
88Kathleen Robinson198619871
89Eileen Kelly198719881
90Patricia Conquest198819891
91Yomi Mambu198919901
92John Gilmore199019911
93George Chadwick199119921
94William Egerton199219931
95William T Risby199319941
96Sheila Smith199419951
97Joyce Keller199519961
98Derek Shaw199619971
99Gerry Carroll199719981
100Gordon Conquest199819991
101Tony Burns199920001

21st century[edit]

No.Lord MayorTenure BeginTenure EndNotesRef(s)
102Hugh Barrett20002001
103John Smith20012002
104Roy Walters, BEM, JP20022003
105Audrey Jones, JP20032004
106Tom O'Callaghan20042005
107Mohammed Afzal Khan200517 May 2006[7]
108James Ashley17 May 200612 August 2006Died in office.[7][8][9]
109David Sandiford11 October 200616 May 2007[10][11]
110Glynn Evans16 May 200714 May 2008[11][12]
111Mavis Smitheman14 May 200813 May 2009[12][13][14]
112Alison Firth13 May 200919 May 2010[15]
113Mark Hackett19 May 201018 May 2011
114Harry Lyons18 May 20112012
115Elaine Boyes20122013
116Naeem ul Hassan, JP20132014

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Lord Mayor's Office: Former Mayors of Manchester (1838–1892)". Manchester City Council. p. 5. Retrieved 3 December 2007. 
  2. ^ "The Lord Mayor's Office: Former Lord Mayors of Manchester (1892–Present)". Manchester City Council. p. 4. Retrieved 3 December 2007. 
  3. ^ a b Lundy, Darryl. "thePeerage.com – Sir Thomas Potter". The Peerage. [unreliable source]. URL accessed 14 December 2007.
  4. ^ a b Lundy, Darryl. "thePeerage.com – Sir John Potter". The Peerage. [unreliable source]. URL accessed 14 December 2007.
  5. ^ Leigh Rayment's Peerage Page: Severn to Sligo (including Simon of Wythenshawe). URL accessed 14 December 2007.
  6. ^ Lundy, Darryl. "thePeerage.com – Sir Leslie Maurice Lever, Baron Lever". The Peerage. [unreliable source]. URL accessed 14 December 2007.
  7. ^ a b "Minutes of a meeting of the Council held on 17 May 2006". Manchester City Council. 17 May 2006. Retrieved 28 November 2009. 
  8. ^ "Lord Mayor of Manchester has passed away". Manchester City Council. 13 August 2006. Retrieved 14 December 2007. 
  9. ^ Rooth, Ben (14 August 2006). "Lord Mayor of Manchester dies". Manchester Evening News (M.E.N. Media). 
  10. ^ "Minutes of a meeting of the Council held on 11 October 2006" (PDF). Manchester City Council. 11 October 2006. Retrieved 28 November 2009. 
  11. ^ a b "Minutes of a meeting of the Council held on 16 May 2007" (PDF). Manchester City Council. 16 May 2007. Retrieved 28 November 2009. 
  12. ^ a b "Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Council held on 14 May 2008" (PDF). Manchester City Council. 14 May 2008. Retrieved 28 November 2009. 
  13. ^ Keegan, Mike (16 May 2008). "All go for purple-hair Mayor". Manchester Evening News (M.E.N. Media). Retrieved 28 November 2009. 
  14. ^ "Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Council held on 13th May 2009" (PDF). Manchester City Council. 13 May 2009. p. 1. Retrieved 28 November 2009. 
  15. ^ "New Lord Mayor unites nations". Manchester City Council. 12 May 2009. Retrieved 27 November 2009. 

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