Buckner Stith Morris

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Buckner Stith Morris
2nd Mayor of Chicago
In office
1838–1839
Preceded by William Butler Ogden
Succeeded by Benjamin Wright Raymond
Personal details
Born August 19, 1800(1800-08-19)
Augusta, Kentucky
Died December 16, 1879(1879-12-16) (aged 79)
Chicago, Illinois
Political party Whig
Spouse(s) Evelina Barker (m. 1837–1847) «start: (1837)–end+1: (1848)»"Marriage: Evelina Barker to Buckner Stith Morris" Location: (linkback://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buckner_Stith_Morris) (her death)
Eliza Stephenson (m. 1850–1855) «start: (1850)–end+1: (1856)»"Marriage: Eliza Stephenson to Buckner Stith Morris" Location: (linkback://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buckner_Stith_Morris) (her death),
M. E. Parrish (m. 1856–1879) «start: (1856)–end+1: (1880)»"Marriage: M. E. Parrish to Buckner Stith Morris" Location: (linkback://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buckner_Stith_Morris) (his death)
Children 3
Residence Chicago, Illinois
Profession Lawyer

Buckner Stith Morris (August 19, 1800 – December 16, 1879) was an American politician who served as Mayor of Chicago, Illinois (1838–1839) for the Whig Party. He was in jail for 9 months due to war conflicts.[1]

Morris was born on August 19, 1800 in Augusta, Kentucky. Morris was married to Evlina Barker until her death. Then he was married to Elize Stephenson until her death. Then he was married to M. E. Parrish until his death. He had three children. Morris died on December 16, 1879 in Chicago, Illinois from an illness, aged 79.

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