James Hutchinson Woodworth
James Hutchinson Woodworth (December 4, 1804 – March 26, 1869) was an American politician. He was in the Illinois State Senate and in the Illinois State House of Representatives. He was a Chicago Alderman. He was elected to consecutive terms as Mayor of Chicago, Illinois (1848–1850) as an Independent Democrat. He was in the US House of Representatives for one term as a member of the Republican Party.
James H. Woodworth
|Member of the U.S. House of Representatives|
from Illinois's 2nd district
|Preceded by||John Wentworth|
|Succeeded by||John F. Farnsworth|
|12th Mayor of Chicago|
|Preceded by||James Curtiss|
|Succeeded by||James Curtiss|
|Chicago City Council|
|Illinois House of Representatives|
|Illinois State Senate|
|Born||December 4, 1804|
Greenwich, Washington County New York
|Died||March 26, 1869 (aged 64)|
Chicago, Illinois, United States
|Political party||Independent Democrat Republican|
Almyra Booth (m. 1842–1869)
|Children||Virginia W Van Wyck, Julia M, Lucius B|
Woodworth was born on December 4, 1804 in Greenwhich, New York. He was married to Almrya Booth from 1842 until his death in 1869. They had two children. Woodoworth died on March 26, 1869 in Chicago, Illinois from an illness, aged 64.
- "James Hutchinson Woodworth". Chicago's Mayors. Chicago Public Library. 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-12.