- Bryan Mullanphy
name = Bryan Mullanphy
order = 10th Mayor of St. Louis, Missouri
term_start = April 13, 1847
term_end = April 11, 1848
Peter G. Camden
birth_date = 1809
death_date = June 15, 1851
St. Louis, Missouri
party = Democratic
Bryan Mullanphy (1809 in
Baltimore, Maryland- June 15, 1851in St. Louis, Missouri) was the tenth Mayor of St. Louis(from 1847 to 1848).
Bryan Mullanphy was the son of
John Mullanphy, an Irish immigrant who became a wealthy merchant in St. Louis and in Baltimore. Bryan Mullanphy was born in Baltimore in 1809 and the family moved to St. Louis in 1819. Bryan Mullanphy's early education took place in Englandand France. After returning to the United States, he became a lawyer and practiced in St. Louis.
Mullanphy was a member of the St. Louis Board of Alderman from 1835-1836. He served as Judge of the St. Louis Circuit Court from 1840 to 1844. In 1847 he was elected to a one year term as Mayor. He ran as an independent. [cite book|last=Stevens|first=Walter Barlow|title=St. Louis: The Fourth City, 1764-1911|publisher=The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co.|date=1911|pages=99|oclc=9351989|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=7D0VAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA99|accessdate=2008-08-22]
More than any of his political activities, Mr. Mullanphy is remembered for his many charities. He was a wealthy man and a philanthropist. Mullanphy's will provided that one-third of his holdings were to go to the City into a
trust fundfor the relief of emigrants and travelers coming to St. Louis on their way to settle in the western part of the United States.
Bryan Mullanphy died in St. Louis
June 15, 1851at the age of 42. He was buried at Calvary Cemetery.
Source: Much of the original content for this article was based on the brief biographies of St. Louis Mayors found at the St. Louis Public Library's Website: http://exhibits.slpl.lib.mo.us/mayors/
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