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This is a list of people who held the office of Mayor of the Municipal Borough of Beddington and Wallington. The office was created in 1937 with a grant of a charter of incorporation to the urban district, and abolished in 1965 when the area became part of the larger London Borough of Sutton.

  • Charter Mayor: Sir Richard Meller MP[1]
  • 1937-38: Charles Derry (12 February 1886-10 January 1942)[2]
  • 1938-39: Horace Brooks Smalley (1881-1967) [4]
  • 1939-40: Frederick Backes
  • 1940-41: William Wilson Binnie (2 March 1896-1984) [5]
  • 1941-42: Francis George Bryant
  • 1942-43: Frederick Charles Elwood (14 June 1897-1981)
  • 1943-44: Harold Hoghton Best (17 June 1897-27 April 1956)[3]
  • 1944-45: Herbert Douglas Banks (17 February 1883-17 January 1968)
  • 1945-46: John Vale (3 January 1879-1955)
  • 1946-47: Mrs Violet Matilda Boyce (Born 19 October 1895)
  • 1947-49: Augustus C Martin (Born 6 December 1888)[4]
  • 1949-50: Archibald Henry Prior (25 September 1883-4 February 1960)
  • 1950-51: William Wilson Binnie (second term)
  • 1951-52: Percy Sievewright Stoby (17 February 1896-28 April 1962) [5] [6]
  • 1952-53: Donald Harry de Voil
  • 1953-54: Harold Rennison
  • 1954-55: Francis George Bryant (second term)
  • 1955-56: Stanley Walter Charles Sprunt (27 July 1910-1 February 2001)[7]
  • 1956-57: Frederic George Lee (22 May 1903-5 November 1982)
  • 1957-58: Thomas Gardiner Wakley (22 September 1905-1974)
  • 1958-59: Dennis Headley Theodore Salari
  • 1959-60: Francis George Harvey Sivyer (21 February 1896-1971) [8]
  • 1960-61: Eric Wilfred Harding (10 February 1912-7 March 1988) - Mayor of Sutton 1971-72.
  • 1961-62: Ernest Philip Vaughan (13 March 1908-3 October 1982)
  • 1962-63: Stanley Walter Charles Sprunt (second term)
  • 1963-64: Major Henry Haydon - Chairman of the National Union of Ratepayers' Associations
  • 1964-65: Donald Harry de Voil (second term)

References[]

  1. "Beddington and Wallington. New Borough's Charter Presented". The Times: p. 14. 16 September 1937. 
  2. Architect , worked for the Ministry of Works. born in Wadebridge, Cornwall.
  3. Awarded the OBE in the Coronation Honours 1953 for his work as a civil servant in the War Office.
  4. The Representation of the People Act 1948 changed the date of mayoral elections from November to May. Mayors elected in November 1947 remained in office until May 1949.
  5. Cotton Manufacturer & General Export Merchant
  6. [1]
  7. [2]
  8. [3], https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/30692/supplement/5970/data.pdf
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