Edward S. Wilkinson

In office
1900 – October 14, 1902
Preceded by H. Terry Cady
Succeeded by Valmore A. Whitaker (acting)

Born March 21, 1842[1]
Rowe, Massachusetts[1]
Died October 14, 1902[2][3]
Albany, New York[2]
Political party Republican[4]
Children Edward S. Wilkinson
Profession Banker[1]

Edward S. Wilkinson (March 21, 1842 – October 14, 1902) was an American banker and politician who served as the third Mayor of North Adams, Massachusetts.


Wilkinson died on October 14, 1902, in an Albany, New York hospital as a result of an operation performed for an abscess on his kidneys.[5]

Political offices
Preceded by
H. Terry Cady
3rd Mayor of North Adams, Massachusetts
1900 – October 14, 1902
Succeeded by
Valmore A. Whitaker (acting)


  1. ^ a b c The Boston Press Club (1903), Men of Massachusetts: a Collection of Portraits of Representative Men in Business and Professional Life in The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston, Ma.: The Boston Press Club, p. 204. 
  2. ^ a b Crandall, William S. (November 1902), Municipal Journal & Engineer, Volume XIII, New York, NY.: Municipal Journal Publishing Company, p. 228. 
  3. ^ The New York Times (October 19, 1902), Death List of The Week, New York, NY.: The New York Times Company, p. 11. 
  4. ^ The Boston Daily Globe (Dec 19, 1900), HIS MAJORITY TRIPLED. Mayor Wilkinson Had 953 to Spare in North Adams. License Carried by 319, Slightly Less Than Last Year's Figure. Republicans Are in Absolute Control of the Common Council., Boston, Mass.: The Boston Globe Company, p. 5. 
  5. ^ The New York Times (October 15, 1902), Death List of The Week, New York, NY.: The New York Times Company, p. 9. 
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