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List of Mayors of Hendon, from the Local Government Yearbooks and The Times.

The office of Mayor of Hendon was created in 1932 when Hendon Urban District in Middlesex was granted a charter of incorporation to become a municipal borough and was abolished in 1965 when the area became part of the larger London Borough of Barnet.

  • Charter Mayor: Bertrand John Monro[1] [2] died 1939 aged 62
  • 1932-33: Bertrand John Monro 1876-19[3]
  • 1933-34: Clarence Clixby Cartwright MBE[4]
  • 1934-35: Brook Bertram George Flowers[5] [4] and [5]
  • 1935-36: Arthur James Reynolds
  • 1936-37: Arthur James Reynolds (second term)
  • 1937-38: Stephen Huntley Egan FRIBA [6][6] [7]
  • 1938-39: Herbert George Potter
  • 1939-40: (Alfred) Abraham Naar MBE
  • 1940-41: (Alfred) Abraham Naar MBE (second term)
  • 1941-42: Robert Arminius Beaumont Teare MBE[7]
  • 1942-43: Robert Arminius Beaumont Teare MBE (second term)
  • 1943-44: Dr Malcolm Gross 2 August 1890-1970
  • 1944-45: George Ridley Richardson [8]
  • 1945-46: Arthur William Curton 1890-1958 [9]
  • 1946-47: William Reginald Clemens
  • 1947-49: John Hotchin Rodway 23 December 1905-1982
  • 1949-50: George Jenner Pryke
  • 1950-51: Joseph Leopold Freedman (later Mayor of Barnet 1972-73) [10] born 1903
  • 1951-52: Reginald John Knowles MM 1898-1962
  • 1952-53: Alfred Victor Sully MC
  • 1953-54: Stanley Edward Sharpe 7 September 1892-1971 [11]
  • 1955-56: Dudley Alec Davis [12] and [13] 1894-1965
  • 1956-57: Leonard Charles Chainey [8]
  • 1957-58: Stewart Earl Arridge [14] 8 March 1897-1970
  • 1958-59: Arthur Paul
  • 1959-60: Stephen D Graves [15]
  • 1960-61: Leslie A Hills [16]
  • 1961-62: Don Frank Simons born 1906
  • 1962-63: William Lloyd-Taylor [17]
  • 1963-64: Mrs Clara Thubrun [18]
  • 1964-65: John W Shock [19]

References[]

  1. Born 1878, died 1939."Incorporation of Hendon". The Times: p. 8. 24 September 1932. 
  2. Can be seen here [1] and more details of the celebrations here [2], [3]
  3. Governing director of George Monro, Covent Garden, Limited "New Mayors. List for England and Wales". The Times: p. 8. 10 November 1932. 
  4. The Catholic Who's who and Yearbook, Volume 34. 1924. p. 69. 
  5. Born 26 June 1876, St Olave, Southwark, died 1956 Middlesex.
  6. Born 1862, died 1941 Stephen Huntley Egan. Dictionary of Scottish Architects. Stephen Huntley EGAN.
  7. GPO Clerk, born 1872 in King's Lynn, Norfolk. By 1911 living in Hendon. Awarded the MBE in 1920 for his work on the Hendon War Pensions Committee. Died 10 April 1956 in Worthing.
  8. Born 4 November 1891, died 1976. Contract manager with North British Rubber North British News (July 1956).
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