Archives of Maryland
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Richard H. Green (d. 1899)
MSA SC 3520-13856


Richard Howard Green was a medical doctor and mayor of Annapolis from July 1897 until his death in January 1899.  Green also served as director of the Annapolis Water Company, a position to which members of the city council elected him on March 21, 1898.  He served a year and a half as mayor when he suddenly became ill and was unable to chair the council meeting of January 16, 1899.  In that meeting, members of the council passed a resolution lamenting Green's "sudden stroke of afflication" and wishing him a speedy recovery  (book 15, pp. 48-50).  Green died shortly thereafter, the council calling a special session on January 21, 1899 to make arrangements for the mayor's funeral (book 15, p. 51).  The council passed a resolution honoring the late mayor.  (book 15, p. 71.)

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