Town Clerk

  • (noun): The official who keeps a town's records.

Some articles on town clerk, town, clerk:

Silverio Vega - Career - Recall of Mayor Vega
... filed petition papers with the West New York town clerk to recall Mayor Vega and his four commissioners ... Roque was spurred to this action by the town's high taxes ... Against Carmela Riccie, In The Capacity Of Recall Election Official of The Town Of West New York ...
Andrew Ramsay, Lord Abbotshall - Lord Provost
... dismissal in 1665 of Sir William Thomson, the Town Clerk, for corruption ... upon Tyne), the Provost's second son, became the new Town Clerk until his death ... The next Town Clerk was Sir James Rocheid ...
Malvern, Worcestershire - Governance
... See also Malvern Hills (district) Malvern is the town and civil parish governed at the lowest tier of local government by Malvern Town Council, part of the Malvern Hills District ... The present Malvern Town Council was created in 1996 as an autonomous local authority under the Local Government Act of 1972 and other Acts of Parliament ... of Malvern and Malvern Link amalgamated, absorbing parts of neighbouring parishes to create a town of six wards under the Malvern Urban District Council ...
Theophilus Levett - Career
... Theophilus Levett served as Steward (town clerk) of Lichfield from 1721–1746, during which time he was a prominent player in the town's political affairs, occasionally narrowly ... The imbroglio began in 1718 when Levett prevented the Town Clerk from saying 'amen' to the final 'God Save the King' when a brief was read in church ... according to testimony, had "clapt his Hand upon the Deponent's Mouth," and the Clerk "Blubbered" to the bemusement of the congregation ...
John Monckton (town Clerk)
... July 1832 – 3 February 1902) was a British lawyer and civil servant, then Town Clerk of London for 30 years until his death ... He was elected Town Clerk of London after the death of Frederick Woodthorpe on 17 July 1873 and served until 3 February 1902, his death date ... The "Remembrancer" officiated during vacancy until the next Town Clerk was elected on 1 May 1902 ...

Famous quotes containing the words clerk and/or town:

    In the cold morning the rested street stands up
    To greet the clerk who saunters down the world.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    A little instruction in the elements of chartography—a little practice in the use of the compass and the spirit level, a topographical map of the town common, an excursion with a road map—would have given me a fat round earth in place of my paper ghost.
    Mary Antin (1881–1949)