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List of mayors of Hampton, Virginia

This is a list of people who have served as mayor of the city of Hampton, Virginia.

Term Mayor
2014 - present George E. Wallace
2013 - 2014 [1]
2008 - 2013 Molly Joseph Ward - ( formerly ) appointed as a Special Assistant to the President of the United States of America and Deputy Director for the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs [2]
2004–2008 Ross Kearney II
2004–2004 Charles A. Wornom - served as an interim mayor from January 14 until July 1, 2004.
2000–2004 Mamie Locke
1998–2000 Joseph Spencer II
1982–1998 James Eason
1980–1982 Thomas Gear
1978–1980 Charles A. Wornom
1974–1978 Ann Hitch Kilgore
1971–1974 David Montague
1963–1971 Ann Hitch Kilgore
1955–1963 George C. Bentley
1954–1955 John Mittelmaier
1952–1954 James Crenshaw
1949–1952 George C. Bentley
1947–1949 Henry F. Marrow
1920–1946 James V. Bickford
1917–1919 Thomas Sclater
1905–1916 Thornton Jones
1900–1905 James Barron Hope, Jr.

Notes

  1. ^ http://hampton.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/938
  2. ^ http://hampton.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=380

References

  • "Mayors of Hampton, Virginia" provided by Hampton Clerk of City Council, 2005
  • "Council Names New Mayor" provided by City of Hampton official website
  • "Molly Ward appointed to White House post, will resign as mayor" provided by City of Hampton official website
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