RENO COUNTY, KANSAS

MAYORS OF HUTCHINSON

Source: The Hutchinson, News - Herald, April 20, 1941, page 36

Transcribed & Submitted by Rose Stout

 

Surnam Name

Year Served

Notes

Flick Taylor

1872

 
Kendall C. L.

1873

 
Brown J. B.

1874

 
Wilcox E.

1875

 
Hardey George W.

1876

 
Wilcox E.

1877

 
Bigger L. A.

1878

 
Burrell A. K.

1879

 
McCollough John

1880

 
Sidlinger S. H.

1881 - 82

 
Lane J. T.

1883

 
Campbell S. W.

1884 - 5

 
Bigger L. A.

1886 - 8

 
Constant Hiram

1889

(died in office)

Clymer J. V.

1889

 
Severance John L.

1890

 
Campbell R. A.

1891

(resigned)

Winslow W. S.

1891

 
Vincent Frank

1892 - 6

 
Harsha J. P.

1897 - 1900

 
Martin Frank L.

1901 - 2

 
Harsha J. P.

1903 - 8

 
Martin F. L.

1909 - 10

 
Vincent Frank

1911 - 12

 
Fontron L. S.

1913

 
Cook F. W.

1914 - 15

 
Gleadall A. C.

1916

 
Cook F. W.

1917

 
Vincent Frank

1918

 
Humphrey C. H.

1919 - 20

 
Gano George E.

1921 - 22

 
Jones Walter F.

1924 - 27

(resigned in 1927)

Williams C. M., Judge

1927

 
Lyman C. E.

1927 - 29

 
Haskard H. J.

1929 - 31

 
Oswald A. Lewis

1931 - 33

 
Burt C. L.

1933 - 35

 
Wilson D. J.

1935 - 39

 
Kelly Willis N.

1939

 

First Third Termer

Hedrick, J. C., Capt.

The much - blasphemed "third term" for politicians cropped out early in Hutchinson's history. When, on January 9, 1881, Capt. J. C. Hedrick took his third term of office as sheriff, he was the first Kansas peace officer so honored.


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