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Lewis Judson (c.1780 - d.)

Connecticut native Lewis Judson (Abt1780-Aft1840) of Mobile, Alabama was a leading merchant in Mobile, the first president of the first city commission (1814).

6/4/2018 10/15/2019

George Walton, Jr. (1786 - 1863)

Son of George Walton Sr., signer of the Declaration of Independence. Graduate of Princeton. Mayor of Mobile, Alabama, 1837-39. Governor of East-West Florida Territory, 1822 Secretary of the East-West...

5/12/2013 3/10/2019

Judge John Everitt MP (1784 - 1842)


John Fagan Everett was the son of John and Sarah Fagan Everett. John was married three times in the following order: 1) Sarah Ann Lester Mitchell; 2) Sarah Britton Hand; 3) Ann Blount Slade. John was...

10/13/2009 2/11/2019

John Curtis Bush, Jr (1876 - 1927)

Residence: 355 Government St. (now the Mobile Carnival Museum) In 1891, the new owner was John Curtis Bush, Sr., a prosperous cotton factor who would also serve as the city’s mayor. It was under owne...

7/29/2018 7/29/2018

Joseph James Seawell (c.1809 - 1883)

Probate Judge; Mayor of Mobile 1851-52. The Order of Myths' first President, Joseph Seawell, “an ancient and seasoned Cowbellion,” was also a respected attorney and politician. Seawell had come to Mo...

12/9/2016 7/23/2018

George Washington Owen, a Representative from Alabama; born in Brunswick County, Va., on October 20, 1796; moved with his parents to Tennessee; attended the common schools and was graduated from the ...

12/26/2012 7/21/2018

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7/9/2018 7/9/2018

Charles Andrew Baumhauer (1889 - 1982)

Served several terms as Mayor of Mobile between 1935 and 1950, when the office rotated with the presidency of the city commission. Mobile Register June 23, 1982 BAUMHAUER, SR Mr Charles A Baumhauer S...

6/19/2018 7/8/2018

Henry Richard Luscher was a Mobile, Alabama community leader and politician who served two terms as the city's Public Safety Commissioner from 1953 to 1961, and Mayor of Mobile from 1953-1954 and 1956-...

7/1/2018 7/7/2018

Joseph A Bailey (1912 - 2014)

Joe A Bailey passed Nov. 10, 2014. He was the former Mayor-Finance Commissioner of Mobile. He was chairman of the Mobile American Cancer Drive and served on the American Cancer Society State Board. Whi...

7/7/2018 7/7/2018

Harry Pillans (1847 - 1940)

Born in Bonham, Fannin County, Tex., June 27, 1847. Son of Palmer Job Pillans and Laura Malvina (Roberts) Pillans; married to Elizabeth Henshaw Torrey (daughter of Rufus Campbell Torrey). Lawyer; deleg...

4/23/2015 6/16/2018