List of mayors of Madrid


List of mayors of Madrid

This is a list of mayors ("alcaldes") of Madrid since 1800.

* José Urbina, 1803-1805
* José de Marquina Galindo, 1805-1808
* Pedro de Mora y Lomas, 1808-1810
* Dámaso de la Torre, 1810-1811
* Manuel García de la Prada, 1811-1812
* Juan Antonio Pico, 1812
* Marqués de Iturvieta, 1812 y 1813
* Conde de Villapaterna, 1812
* Pedro Sainz de Baranda y Gorriti, 1812, 1813 y 1820
* Magín Ferrer, 1812
* Frutos Álvarez Benito, 1812
* Conde de Moctezuma, 1814
* Juan de Mata Garro Robles, marqués de las Hormazas 1814-1816
* José Manuel de Arjona, 1816-1820
* Rodrigo de Aranda, 1820-1822
* Félix Ovalle, 1820
* José Pío de Molina, 1820-1821, 1823
* Conde de Clavijo, 1821
* Conde de Goyeneche, 1821-1822
* Marqués de Santa Cruz, 1822
* Ramón Casella, 1822
* Cayetano Rubio, 1822
* Miguel Nájera, 1822
* Arias Gonzalo de Mendoza, 1822-1823
* Luis Beltrán de Leo, 1823
* Joaquín Lorenzo Mozo, 1824
* León de la Cámara Cano, 1824-1828
* Tadeo Ignacio Gil, 1828-1830
* Domingo María de Barrafón, 1830-1834
* Marqués de Falces, 1834-1835
* José María Galdeano, 1835
* Marqués de Pontejos, 1835-1836
* Juan Losaña, 1836
* José María Basualdo, 1837
* Juan Bautista del Llano, 1837
* Victor López Molina, 1838
* Manuel Ruiz Oganio, 1838
* Tomás Fernández Vallejo, 1839
* Luis Oseñalde, 1839
* Salustiano Olózaga, 1840
* Joaquín María Ferrer, 1840
* Francisco Javier Ferro Mateo, 1840
* Marqués de Peñaflorida, 1842-1845
* Juan Álvarez Mendizálbal, 1843
* Ignacio de Olea, 1843-1854
* Jacinto Félix Doménech, 1843
* Manuel de Larraín, 1843-1844
* Marqués de Someruelos, 1844-1847
* Manuel de Bárbara, 1844
* Duque de Veragua, 1845-1846
* José Laplana, 1846
* Conde de Vistahermosa, 1847
* Marqués de Santa Cruz, 1848-1851
* Luis Piernas, 1851-1852
* Conde de Quinto, 1852, 1853-1854
* José Seco Baldor, 1854
* Valentín Ferraz, 1855-1856
* Duque de Berwick y Alba, 1857
* Carlos Marfori, 1857
* Duque de Sesto, 1857-1864
* Duque de Tamames, 1864
* Conde de Puñonrostro, 1864
* Conde de Belascoáin, 1864-1865
* José Ramón Osorio, 1865
* Marqués de San Saturnino, 1865-1866
* Marqués de Villaseca, 1866-1867
* Marqués de Villamagna, 1867
* Marqués Viudo de Villar, 1867-1868
* Nicolás María Rivero, 1868-1870
* Manuel María José de Galdo, 1870
* Fernando Hidalgo Saavedra, 1870-1872
* Marqués de Sardoal, 1872-1874
* Carlos María Ponte, 1872
* Simeón Avalos, 1872-1873
* Pedro Menéndez Vega, 1873
* Pedro Bernardo Uncasitas, 1873-1874
* Francisco de Borja Queipo de Llano y Gayoso de los Cobos, VIII Conde de Toreno, 1874-1875
* Conde de Heredia Spinola, 1875-1877
* Marqués de Torneros, 1877-1881
* José Abascal y Carredano, 1881-1883, 1885-1889
* Marqués de Urquijo, 1883
* Marqués de Bogaraya, 1884-1885
* Alberto Bosch y Fustegueras, 1885, 1891-1892
* Andrés Mellado, 1889-1890
* Cayetano Sánchez Bustillo, 1890
* Narciso García-Loygorri, Duque de Vistahermosa, 1890
* Faustino Rodríguez San Pedro, 1890-1891
* Marqués de Cubas, 1892
* Conde de Peñalver, 1892, 1895-1896, 1907-1909
* Conde de San Bernardo, 1892-1893
* Santiago Angulo, 1893-1894
* Conde de Romanones, 1894-1895, 1897-1899
* Conde de Montarco, 1896
* Joaquín Sánchez de Toca, 1896-1897, 1907
* Marqués de Aguilar de Campoo, 1899-1900
* Manuel Allende Salazar, 1900
*Mariano Fernández de Henestrosa Mioño, duque de Santo Mauro (1900-1901)
*Alberto Aguilera y Velasco (1901-1902)
*Vicente Cabeza de Vaca y Fernández de Córdoba, marqués de Portazgo (1902-1903)
*Salvador Bermúdez de Castro y O'Lawlor, marqués de Lema (1903- 1904)
*Gonzalo de Figueroa y Torres, conde de Mejorada del Campo y marqués de Villamejor (1904-1905)
*Eduardo Vincenti (1905-1906)
*Alberto Aguilera y Velasco (1906-1907)
*Eduardo Dato e Iradier (1907-1907)
*Joaquín Sánchez de Toca (1907-1907)
*Nicolás de Peñalver Zamora, conde de Peñalver (1907-1909)
*Alberto Aguilera y Velasco (1909-1910)
*José Francos Rodríguez (1910-1912)
*Joaquín Ruiz Giménez (1912-1913)
*Eduardo Vincenti (1913-1913)
*Luis Marichalar y Monreal, vizconde de Eza (1913-1914)
*Carlos Prats y Rodríguez de Llano (1914-1915)
*José del Prado y Palacios (1915-1915)
*Joaquín Ruiz Giménez (1915-1916)
*Martín Rosales Martel, duque de Almodóvar del Valle (1916-1917)
*Luis Silvela Casado (1917-1917)
*José Francos Rodríguez (1917-1918)
*Luis Silvela Casado (1918-1918)
*Luis Garrido Juaristi (1918-1920)
*Ramón Rivero de Miranda, conde de Limpias (1920-1921)
*Alfredo Serrano Jover (1921-1921)
*Álvaro de Figueroa y Alonso Martínez, marqués de Villabrágima (1921-1922)
*José María Garay, conde del Valle Suchil (1922-1922)
*Joaquín Ruiz Giménez (1922-1923)
*Faustino Nicoli (1923-1923)
*Alberto Alcocer y Ribacoba (1923-1924)
*Conde de Vallellano (1924-1925)
*José del Prado Palacio (1925-1927)
*Emilio Antón (1927-1927)
*Manuel Semprún y Pombo(1927-1927)
*Rafael Carlos Gordon Arístegui, conde de Mirasol, (1927-1927)
*José María de Aristizábal Manchón (1927-1930)
*José María de Hoyos y Vinent de la Torre O’Neill, marqués de Hoyos (1930-1931)
*Joaquín Ruiz Giménez (1931-1931)
*Pedro Rico López (1931-1934)
*José Martínez de Velasco (1934-1934)
*Rafael Salazar Alonso (1934-1934)
*Sergio Álvarez de Villaamil (1935-1935)
*Pedro Rico López (1936-1936)
*Cayetano Redondo Aceña (1936-1937)
*Rafael Henche de la Plata (1937-1939)
*Alberto Alcocer y Ribacoba (1939-1946)
*José Moreno Torres, conde Santa María de Babio (1946-1952)
*José Finat y Escrivá de Romaní, conde de Mayalde (1952-1965)
*Carlos Arias Navarro (1965-1973)
*Miguel Angel García-Lomas Mata (1973-1976)
*Juan de Arespacochaga y de Felipe (1976-1978)
*José Luis Álvarez y Álvarez (1978-1979)
*Luis María Huete y Morillo (1979-1979)
*Enrique Tierno Galván (1979-1986)
*Juan Barranco Gallardo (1986-1989)
*Agustín Rodríguez Sahagún (1989-1991)
*José María Álvarez del Manzano y López del Hierro (1991-2003)
*Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón (since 2003)

External links

* [http://es.geocities.com/historalia/alcaldes_madrid.htm Lista completa de alcaldes de Madrid]


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