Mayor of Derby

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Mayor of Derby in 2012
A building known as the "Mayor's Parlour" in 1860 (demolished in the 1940s).

Names of the Mayors for the Borough of Derby from the first that was chosen on 3 July 1638 by the king's charter then granted to the town. The two last bailiffs were the two first mayors, Mr Mellor being proclaimed 3 July 1638 to be the mayor until Michaelmas and twelve months after but he died on 5 February 1639 and Mr Hope served the year out.[1]

17th century[edit]

18th century[edit]

19th century[edit]

Haslam being knighted whilst mayor in 1890

20th century[41][edit]

21st century[edit]

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