List of mayors of Norwalk, 1913 – present by JasonDetriou

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									                 List of mayors of Norwalk, 1913 – present
                         Elections every two years (odd year)

 With supplemental list of mayors of pre-1913 cities of Norwalk and South
             Norwalk (Consolidation effective June 6, 1913)
Francis Irwin Burnell      R      1913-1915        1 term

Carl Axel Harstrom         R      1915-1917        1 term

Jeremiah Donovan           D      1917-1921        2 terms

Calvin L. Barton           R      1921-1923        1 term

Thomas Robbins             R      1923-1927        2 terms

Anson F. Keeler            R      1927-1931        2 terms

Harold Nash                R      1931-1933        1 term

Charles C. Swartz          D      1933-1935        1 term

Frank T. Stack             D      1935-1943        4 terms

Robert B. Oliver           R      1943-1945        1 term

Edward J. Kelley           D      1945-1947        1 term

Irving C. Freese           S, I   1947-1955        1 term Socialist, 3 terms Independent

George R. Brunjea          D      1955-1957        1 term

Irving C. Freese           I      1957-1959        1 term

John Shostak               R      1959-1961        1 term

Frank C. Cooke             R      1961-1965        2 terms

Frank N. Zullo             D      1965-1971        3 terms

Donald J. Irwin            D      1971-1975        3 terms

Jennie F. Cave             I      1975-1977        1 term

William A. Collins         D      1977-1981        2 terms
Thomas C. O’Connor         R      1981-1983      1 term

William A. Collins         D      1983-1987      2 terms

Frank J. Esposito, Jr.     R      1987-2001      7 terms

Alex A. Knopp              D      2001-2005      2 terms

Richard A. Moccia          R      2005-


                Elections – First Monday in October annually, to 1913
Mayors of the city of South Norwalk           Mayors of the city of Norwalk, 1893-
1870-1913                                     1913

Dudley P. Ely              1870-1872          Edwin C. Keeler              1893-1894
Walter C. Quintard         1873-1875          James T. Hubbell             1894-1895
Dudley P. Ely              1876-1877          Arthur C. Wheeler            1895-1897
Winfield S. Hanford        1878               Charles L. Glover            1897-1901
Walter C. Quintard         1879               George Buxton                1901-1902
Christian Swartz           1880               Charles L. Glover            1902-1903
Edwin Adams                1881               Ferdinand B. Smith           1903-1904
Christian Swartz           1882               George Buxton                1904-1905
Peter L. Cunningham        1883               Charles L. Glover            1905
Richard H. Golden          1884               Walter Dunn                  1905-1907
Nelson Taylor, Jr.         1885               Charles A. Scofield          1907-1908
John L. Richards           1886               John J. Cavanagh             1908-1909
William B. Hubbell         1887-1888          Leemen M. Brundage           1909-1910
Frank Comstock             1889               Edward J. Finnegan           1910-1913
Edwin Wilcox               1890
William B. Reed            1891-1892
George Lockwood             1893              Sources
Mortimer M. Lee            1894-1896
Charles G. Bohannan        1897-1898          Danenberg, E.N., “Romance of
J. Milton Coburn           1897-1898          Norwalk,” 1929 – [includes list of
Charles G. Bohannan        1899-1901          Selectmen, town of Norwalk, 1653-,
Mortimer M. Lee            1901-1902          p. 447-462]
John J. Cavanagh           1902-1903
Charles E. Dow             1903-1907          “Norwalk after 250 years,” 1902
Francis I. Burnell         1907-1909
Robert M. Wolfe            1909-1910          Norwalk city directories, 1882-1960
Albert M. Pohlman          1910-1911
William F. Tammany         1911-1912          Ray, D.W. “Norwalk, Being an
Robert M. Wolfe            1912-1913          Historical account of that town,” 1979

								
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