King George V was on the throne until 1952
1951 to 1952 Frederick Gregory Johnson
The 700th anniversary of the granting of the oldest charter by Henry III in 1252 was celebrated by a large programme of events, including performances of Arden of Faversham at Davington Priory.
1953 to 1954 Alfred William Hulkes
As Faversham Baron of the Cinque Ports, Alfred attended the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II (2 June 1953) accompanied by Aldermen Lee-Smith, Fuller and town clerk, Guy Tassell
Sunday 1 February was marked by unparalleled flooding, thousands of acres of marshland around Faversham were inundated. The tidal wave up the Creek flooded the Lower Brents.
1955 Charles Geoffrey Hine
The 700th anniversary of the mayoralty was celebrated and attended by the Admiral of the Fleet, who was descended from a 16th century Faversham family.
1956 Florence Emily Graham
The first woman to be elected to the office in seven centuries. Miss Graham was a retired schoolteacher
1957 to 1958 John Albert Evan Jones
1959 to 1960 Robert Samuel Amor
1961 to 1962 Horace Peter Lee Roberts
Syndale House, Ospringe, a 300-year-old mansion, was destroyed by fire.
The Faversham Society was formed.
Mayors of Faversham 1955 to 1962
1952 Queen Elizabeth II came to the throne, until 2022
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