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Mayor of Reading
Memorial to Frank Atwells, who died in office in 1892

The following were Mayors of the town of Reading, in the English county of Berkshire.

Fourteenth century

Fifteenth century

Sixteenth century

Seventeenth century

Eighteenth century

Nineteenth century

  • 1801 Richard Westbrook[4]
  • 1802 Richard Richards[4]
  • 1803 Lancelot Austwick[4]
  • 1804 George Gilbertson[4]
  • 1805 John Stevens[4]
  • 1806 Martin Annesley[4]
  • 1807 Richard Maul[4]
  • 1808 Thomas Gleed[4]
  • 1809 Charles Poulton[4]
  • 1810 William Blandy[4]
  • 1811 Richard Westbrook[4]
  • 1812 Lancelot Austwick[4]
  • 1813 George Gilbertson[4]
  • 1814 William Andrews Senior[4]
  • 1815 John Blandy[4]
  • 1816 William Blackall Simonds[4]
  • 1817 Thomas Sowdon[4]
  • 1818 Robert Harris[4]
  • 1819 Thomas Ward[4]
  • 1820 William Stephens[4]
  • 1821 Henry Deane[4]
  • 1822 Thomas Garrard[4]
  • 1823 William Andrews Senior[4]
  • 1824 Henry Simonds[4]
  • 1825 Herbert Lewis[4]
  • 1826 George Higgs[4]
  • 1827 William Quelch[4]
  • 1828 Musgrave Lamb[4]
  • 1829 Thomas Grint Curties[4]
  • 1830 John Jackson Blandy[4][17][18]
  • 1831 William Blandy[4]
  • 1832 John Lamball Dewe[4]
  • 1833 Thomas Lawrence[4]
  • 1834 John Neale[4]
  • 1835 Henry Hawkes[4]
  • 1836 William Tuppen[4]
  • 1837 Richard Billing[4]
  • 1857 George Palmer[19]
  • 1883-1887 Arthur Hill[20]
  • 1892 Frank Atwells (died in office)[21]
  • 1899-1900 W. Poulton[22]

Twentieth century

  • 1900-03: Councillor A. Holland Bull, JP (Liberal Unionist) (three terms)[23][24]
  • 1903: Arthur Sutton[25]
  • 1919: George Stewart Abram[26]
  • 1931: Edward Oliver Farrer[27]
  • 1933: Edith Sutton[28]
  • 1934: Mr Allwright (died in office)[27]
  • 1946: Phoebe Cusden[29]
  • 1956: Arthur Lockwood[30]
  • 1972: Sylvia Blagrove, who also served on the former Reading County Borough Council from 1959 - 62 and Reading Borough Council from 1963 - 72[31]
  • 1974: Reginald (Joe) Bristow[32]
  • 1975: Geoffrey Salisbury, who was employed by Sigmund Pulsometer Pumps, Oxford Road, Reading.
  • 1985: Brian Fowles[28]
  • 2000: Bob Green[33]

Twenty-first century

  • 2001: Tony Jones[34]
  • 2002: Liz Winfield-Chislett[35]
  • 2003: Jeanette Skeats[35]
  • 2004: Richard Stainthorp[36]
  • 2005: Riaz Chaudhri[37]
  • 2007: Chris Maskell[38]
  • 2008: Peter Beard[39]
  • 2009: Fred Pugh[40]
  • 2010: Gul Khan[41]
  • 2011: Deborah Edwards[42][43]
  • 2012: Jenny Rynn[44]
  • 2013: Marion Livingston[45]
  • 2014: Tony Jones[34]
  • 2015: Sarah Hacker[46]
  • 2016: Mohammed Ayub[47]
  • 2017: Rose Williams[48]
  • 2018: Deborah Edwards[42]
  • 2019: Paul Woodward[49]
  • 2020: David Stevens[50]

References

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  21. ^ "Action taken to clean up 'filthy' memorial". getreading. 29 October 2012. Archived from the original on 4 March 2020. Retrieved 2020.
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