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This is a list of people who held the office of Mayor of the Municipal Borough of Tottenham, Middlesex. The office was created in 1934 when Tottenham Urban District was granted a charter of incorporation and abolished in 1965 when Tottenham was included in the larger London Borough of Haringey.

  • Charter Mayor: Major Sir Patrick Bernard Malone [1]
  • 1934-35: William Richard Jackson
  • 1935-36: Albert Edward Jay
  • 1936-37: James Henry Morrell (1888-1951) [2]. Opened Lordship Lane Lido .[3]
  • 1937-38: Edward William Cox. (Born 18 February 1877) [1]
  • 1938-39: (C A) Arthur Reed
  • 1939-40: Albert John Lynch father of Arnold Lynch, engineer and codebreaker [4], [5] and [6]
  • 1940-41: Winifred A Kent
  • 1941-42: Winifred A Kent (second term)
  • 1942-43: Mrs Annie Elizabeth Lyons (27 April 1886-1950)
  • 1943-44: Robert Henry Warren (17 February 1894-8 February 1972)[2]
  • 1944-45: Ernest James Field
  • 1945-46: Mrs Martha Cowley Irving (16 June 1892-1955). Wife of William Irving, MP for Tottenham North.[3]
  • 1946-47: George Henry Ottaway (died 1958 aged 66)
  • 1947-49: Alfred Edward Johnson[4]
  • 1949-50: Reuben William Henry Ford (6 January 1893-1974)[5]
  • 1950-51: Mrs A Kitchener
  • 1951-52: James W Hollingsworth
  • 1952-53: Kenneth A E Gregg (born 1919)
  • 1953-54: Lord Morrison (died 25 December 1953) The Deputy Mayor, Mrs Annie Florence Remington performed mayoral duties for the rest of the term
  • 1954-55: Mrs Annie Florence Remington (17 September 1903-1980)
  • 1955-56: Frederick George Bohringer (1901-1965)
  • 1956-57: Cyril Herbert Colyer (25 February 1913-1978)
  • 1957-58: Herbert William Turner (8 July 1895-1976)
  • 1958-59: Lady Morrison
  • 1959-60: Arthur J Davies [7]
  • 1960-61: Harry Langer [8]
  • 1961-62: W S Herbert
  • 1962-63: Mrs JLR Harrington
  • 1963-64: Douglas Clark
  • 1964-65: Archibald Theodore Protheroe (1 August 1903-1973)

References[]

  1. Foreman builder and carpenter. Opened Tottenham Crematorium.
  2. Lengthman in the Engineers Department of the London and North Eastern Railway London & North Eastern Railway Magazine, Volumes 32-34. p. 288. 
  3. Maiden name Elliott, born in Cumberland.
  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. French polisher.
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