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Hiram Brown

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Preceded by  Board of Selectmen
Children  Mary Brown
Party  Whig Party
Political party  Whig
Died  September 7, 1890
Majority  255
Role  Politician
Succeeded by  Jacob F. James
Name  Hiram Brown

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Hiram Brown (January 23, 1801 – September 7, 1890) was an American politician who served as the first Mayor of Manchester, New Hampshire.

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Background

Before he was mayor, Brown worked for the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company supervising the stonework used in the construction of the company's facilities.

Brown was elected in 1840 to the Manchester, New Hampshire Board of Selectmen.

First election

In the first city election of Manchester, New Hampshire Brown was the Whig party candidate for mayor. In the election held on August 19, 1846, no candidate received a majority of the votes. Brown was elected mayor in the second round of the election held on September 1 1846. Brown was sworn in as mayor at 10 A.M. on September 8, 1846 and served as mayor until his successor was sworn in on May 25, 1847.

Brown died on September 7, 1890.

References

Hiram Brown Wikipedia


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