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List of pre-statehood mayors of San Francisco

This is a list of tribal chiefs, alcaldes and mayors of San Francisco.

Native American era

ChiefTerm
Xigmacse, Native American chief, per San Francisco Mission records, a Yelamu man.[1]1777

Spanish era

Mission Alcaldes

California's first governor Felipe de Neve ordered all of the Missions to elect local Alcalde (a combination of Mayor and Magistrate) around 1779.[2]

Term
Valeriano and Jorge were elected.[3]1797
Two Ohlone men from the village Pruristac with the baptismal names Hilarion and George[4]1807

Mexican era

Alcaldes of Mission San Francisco de Asís

Alcaldes of Mission San Francisco de Asís, Mexican era[5][6]
# Alcalde Took office Left office
1 Francisco De Haro 1834 1835
2 José Joaquin Estudillo 1835 1836
3 Francisco Guerrero 1836 1837
4 Ygnacio Martinez 1837 1838
5 Francisco De Haro 1838 1839
6 Francisco Guerrero 1839 1842
7 José de Jesús Noé 1842 1843
8 Francisco Sanchez 1843 1844
9 William Sturgis Hinckley 1844 1845
10 Juan Nepomuceno Padilla 1845 1845
11 José de la Cruz Sánchez 1845 1846
12 José de Jesús Noé 1846 1846

Alcaldes of San Francisco

Alcaldes of San Francisco[5][6]
# Alcalde Took office Left office
1 Washington Allon Bartlett August 22, 1846 February 22, 1847
2 Edwin Bryant February 22, 1847 June 1847
3 George Hyde[7] June 1847 April 1848
4 John Townsend April 1848 September 1848
5 Thaddeus M. Leavenworth October 1848 August 1849
6 John White Geary August 1849 March 1, 1850

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