Charles W. Waterman (New Orleans)

Charles W. Waterman was the 17th mayor of New Orleans (June 17, 1856 – June 8, 1858).

Political offices
Preceded by
John L. Lewis
Mayor of New Orleans
June 17, 1856 – June 8, 1858
Succeeded by
Gerald Stith
Mayors of New Orleans, Louisiana
  • de Boré
  • Pitot
  • Watkins
  • Mather
  • Trudeau
  • Girod
  • Dorgenois
  • Girod
  • Macarty
  • de Roffignac
  • Prieur
  • Bertus
  • Genois
  • Freret
  • Prieur
  • Bertus
  • Freret
  • Montegut
  • Crossman
  • Lewis
  • Waterman
  • Stith
  • Monroe
  • Shepley
  • Weitzel
  • French
  • Weitzel
  • Deming
  • Miller
  • Durell
  • Miller
  • Hoyt
  • Kennedy
  • Quincy
  • Burke
  • Kennedy
  • Rozier
  • Clark
  • Monroe
  • Heath
  • Conway
  • Flanders
  • Wiltz
  • Leeds
  • Pilsbury
  • Patton
  • Shakspeare
  • Behan
  • Guillotte
  • Shakspeare
  • Fitzpatrick
  • Flower
  • Capdevielle
  • Behrman
  • McShane
  • Behrman
  • O'Keefe
  • Walmsley
  • Pratt
  • Earhart
  • Cave
  • Maestri
  • Morrison
  • Schiro
  • M. E. Landrieu
  • E. Morial
  • Barthelemy
  • M. Morial
  • Nagin
  • M. J. Landrieu
Persondata
Name Waterman, Charles W.
Alternative names
Short description American politician
Date of birth
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Date of death
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