List of mayors of Odessa, Ukraine

List of mayors of Odessa, Ukraine

Throughout Odessa Ukraine's history, the office of Novorossiya Governor and Odessa mayor was closely aligned and often was held by the same leader.

Mayors of Odessa Ukraine[1]
Mayor Term Governor General of Novorossiia Term Notes
Zheleztsov, Andrey
(Андрей Железцов)
1796 - 1797 Zubov, Platon Prince
(Платон Александрович Зубов)[2] [3]
1792/1794/1795 - 1796 Novorossiya Governor office created
Berdyaev, Nikolai
(Николай Михайлович Бердяев)
1796 - 1797
Portnov, Larion F.
(Ларион Федорович Портнов)
1797 - 1800 Kahovsky, Mikhail
(Михаил Васильевич Каховский)
1797 - 1800
Kafedzhi, Ivan (Kafadzhi)
(Иван Кафеджи [Кафаджи])
1800 - 1803 Mikhelson, Ivan
(Иван Иванович Михельсон)
1800 - 1803
Bekleshev, Alexander
(Александр Андреевич Беклешев)
1803 - 1804
Richelieu[4]
(Ришелье)
1803 - 1814 Richelieu 1805 - 1814 Office of Governor General and Mayor combined during Richelieu's tenure.
Amvrosy, Ivan Amvrosievich
(Иван Амвросиевич Амвросий)
1806 - 1809
Androsov, Ivan
(Иван Андросов)
1809 - 1812
Androsov, Semen
(Семен Андросов)
1812 - 1815
Kolbe, Thomas[5] Temporary appointment
Langeron
(Александр Фёдорович Ланжерон)
January 1, 1816 - 1820[6] Langeron January 1, 1816 - 1822[7]
Protasov, Yakov
(Яков Протасов)
1815-1818
Inglezi, Dmitriy Spiridonovich
(Дмитрий Спиридонович Инглези)
1818-1821
Tregubov, Nikolai Yakovlevich[6]
(Николай Яковлевич Трегубов)
May 1820 - June 1822[8] Inzov, Ivan Nikitovich[9]
(Иван Никитович Инзов)
July 1822 - May 23, 1823[8]
Guryev, Alexander Dmitrievich[10]
(Александр Дмитриевич Гурьев)
1822-1825 Vorontsov, Mikhail Semenovich[9]
(Михаил Семенович Воронцов)
1823-1854
Luchich, Philip Lukyanovich
(Филипп Лукьянович Лучич)
1824-1827 1830-1833 1839-1842 Krasovskiy, Afanasy Ivanovich
(Афанасий Иванович Красовский)
1826
Neydgardt, Pavel Ivanovich
(Павел Иванович Нейдгардт)
1825-1826
Pahlen, Fyodor Petrovich
(Федор Петрович Пален)
1826-1828 1826,1830-1832 Palen, Fedor Petrovich
(Федор Петрович Пален)
1826-1828 1826,1830-1832
Avchinnikov, Ivan Vasilievich
(Иван Васильевич Авчинников)
1827-1830
Bogdanovskiy, Andrey Vasilyevich
(Андрей Васильевич Богдановский)
1828-1831
Levshin, Aleksey Irakliyevich[10]
(Алексей Ираклиевич Левшин)
1831-1837
Novikov, Ilya
(Илья Новиков)
1833-1836
Rostovtsev, Pavel
(Павел Ростовцев)
1836-1839
Tolstoy, Alexander Petrovich
(Александр Петрович Толстой)
1837-1840
Akhlestyshev, Dmitriy Dmitrievich
(Дмитрий Дмитриевич Ахлестышев)
1840-1848
Papudov, Konstantin Fotevich
(Константин Фотьевич Папудов)
1842-1845
Novikov, Yakov Ilyich
(Яков Ильич Новиков)
1845-1848
Kortatsii, James
(Джеймс Кортации)
1848-1857 Fedorov, Pavel Ivanovich
(Павел Иванович Федоров)
1848-1854
Kaznacheev, Alexander Ivanovich
(Александр Иванович Казначеев)
1848-1854
Kruzenshtern, Nikolai Ivanovich
(Николай Иванович Крузенштерн)
1854-1856 Annenkov, Nikolai Nikolayevich (see: General Nicholas Annenkov)
(Николай Николаевич Анненков)
1854-1855
Alopeus, Fedor Davydovich
(Федор Давыдович Алопеус)
1856-1857 Stroganov, Alexander Grigoriyevich 1855-1862/1863[11] Stroganov was governor general of Bessarabia also.
Gari, Yakov Yegorovich
(Яков Егорович Гари)
1857-1860
Mestmakher, Pavel Fedorovich
(Павел Федорович Местмахер)
1857-1861
Yakhnenko, Semen Stepanovich
(Семен Степанович Яхненко)
1860-1863
Antonovich, Platon Alexandrovich
(Платон Александрович Антонович)
1861-1863 Kotzebue, Pavel Evstafevich
(Павел Евстафьевич Коцебу)
December 12, 1863 - 1874[10]
Pashkov, Aleksey
(Алексей Пашков)
1863
Velio, Ivan Osipovich
(Иван Осипович Велио)
1863-1865
Vorontsov, Seymon Mikhaylovich
(Семен Михайлович Воронцов)
1863-1867
Shidlovsky, Mikhail Nikolayevich
(Михаил Николаевич Шидловский)
1865-1868
Novoselskiy, Nikolai Alexandrovich
(Николай Александрович Новосельский)
1867-1878
Bukharin, Nikolai Ivanovich
(Николай Иванович Бухарин)
1868-1876
Temporary governor general[12]
Levashev, Vladimir Vasilyevich
(Владимир Васильевич Левашев)
1876-1878[10] Totleben, Eduard Ivanovich[12] 1879
Marazli, Grigoriy Grigorevich
(Григорий Григорьевич Маразли)
1880 – 1895 [13]
Heintz, Alexander Constantinovich
(Александр Константинович Гейнц)
1878-1880 Totleben, Edward Ivanovich
(Эдуард Иванович Тотлебен)[14]
1879-1880
Knop, Karl Germanovich
(Карл Германович Кноп)
1880 Drenteln, Alexander Romanovich
(Александр Романович Дрентельн) [14][15]
1880-1881
Gudim-Levkovich, Sergey Nikolayev
(Сергей Николаев Гудим-Левкович)
1880-1881 Dondukov-Korsakov, Alexander Mikhaylovich
(Александр Михайлович Дондуков-Корсаков) [14][15]
1881-1882
Tukholka, Lev Fedorovich
(Лев Фёдорович Тухолка)[16]
1881-1882
Kossagovskiy, Pavel Pavlovich
(Павел Павлович Коссаговский)
1882-1885 Gurko, Joseph Vladimirovich
(Иосиф Владимирович Гурко) [14][15]
1882-1883
Zelenoy, Pavel Alekseyevich
(Павел Алексеевич Зеленой)
1885-1898 Roop, Christopher Khristoforovich
(Христофор Христофорович Рооп) [14][10]
1883-1885 1885-1890 Office of the governor general abolished in 1890.[15]
Kryzhanovskiy, Peter Adamovich
(Петр Адамович Крыжановский)
1897 ,1905
Shuvalov, Pavel Pavlovich
(Павел Павлович Шувалов)
1898-1903
Zelenoy, Pavel Alexeevich
(Павел Алексеевич Зеленой)
1897-1905
Arsenev, Dmitriy Gavrilovich
(Дмитрий Гаврилович Арсеньев)
1903
Neydgardt, Dmitriy Borisovich
(Дмитрий Борисович Нейдгардт)
1903-1905
Yaroshenko, Semen Petrovich
(Семен Петрович Ярошенко)
1905
Protopopov, Vasiliy Yakovlevich
(Василий Яковлевич Протопопов)
1905-1909
Grigoryev, Apollon Gavrilovich
(Аполлон Гаврилович Григорьев)
1905-1907 Karangozov, Konstantin Adamovich
(Константин Адамович Карангозов) [14]
1905-1906
Novitskiy, Vasiliy Dementevich
(Василий Дементьевич Новицкий)
1907 Glagolev, Pavel
(Павел Глаголев) [14]
1906-1907
Tolmachev, Ivan Nikolayevich
(Иван Николаевич Толмачев)
1907-1911 1907-1914
Moiseev, Nikolai Ivanovich
(Николай Иванович Моисеев)
1909-1913
Sosnovskiy, Ivan Vasilyevich
(Иван Васильевич Сосновский)
1911-1917
Pelican, Boris Aleksandrovich[10]
(Пеликан, Борис Александрович)
1913-1917 Ebelov, Mikhail Ivanovich
(Михаил Иванович Эбелов)
1914-1917
Knyazhevych, Mykola Antoninovych
(Николай Антонинович Княжевич)
1917
Braykevyich, MYkhailo Vasylyovych
(Михаил Васильевич Брайкевич)
1917 ,1918
Sukhomlin, Vasyl Ivanovych
(Василий Иванович Сухомлин)
1917
Lipa, Ivan Lvovych
(Иван Львович Липа)
1917
Bohutskiy, Vikentiy Mechislavovych
(Викентий Мечиславович Богуцкий)
1917-1918
Mustafin, Volodymyr Andriyovych
(Владимир Андреевич Мустафин)
1918 Mustafin, Volodymyr Andriyovych
(Владимир Андреевич Мустафин)
1918
Sannikov, Oleksandr Serhiyovych
(Александр Сергеевич Санников)
1918 von Belts, Eduard
(Эдуард фон-Бельц)
1918
Bogdanovych, Mykola Mykolayovych
(Николай Николаевич Богданович)
1918 Raukh, Heorhiy Ottonovych
(Георгий Оттонович Раух)
1918
Yaroshevych, A.A.
(А.А. Ярошевич)
1918
Markov, V. A.
(В.А. Марков)
1918-1919 Grishin-Almazov, Oleksiy Mykolayovych
(Алексей Николаевич Гришин-Алмазов)
1918-1919
Sokolovskaya, Sofiya Ivanovna[17]
(Софья Ивановна Соколовская)
1919 Schwarz, Oleksiy Volodymyrovych
(Алексей Владимирович Шварц)
1919
Shtengel, Borys Fedorovych
(Борис Федорович Штенгель)
1919
Kolobov, Volodymyr Arsenyovych
(Владимир Арсеньевич Колобов)
1919-1920
Sokyra-Yakhontov, Viktor
(Виктор Николаевич Сокира-Яхонтов)
1920
Klymenko, Ivan Yevdokymovych[18]
(Иван Евдокимович Клименко)
1920
Kin, Pavlo Andriyovych[18]
(Павел Андреевич Кин)
1920-1921
Drobnis, Yakiv Naumovych[18]
(Яков Наумович Дробнис)
1921
Averin, Vasyl Kuzmich[18]
(Василий Кузьмич Аверин)
1921-1923
Ivanov, Andriy Vasylyovych[18]
(Андрей Васильевич Иванов)
1923-1925
Kudrina, I.N.[18]
(И.Н. Кудрин)
1925
Trilisskiy, Oleksiy Lukich[18]
(Алексей Лукич Трилисский)
1925-1927
Oleksiyenko, G.P. [18]
(Г.П. Алексеенко)
1927-1931
Yakymovich, I.K. [18]
(И.К. Якимович)
1931-1933
Chebukin, P.V. [18]
(П.В. Чебукин)
1933-1934
Sorokin, P.D. [18]
(П.Д. Сорокин)
1934
Korchagin, I.P. [18]
(И.П. Корчагин)
1934-1939
Chernitsa, I.K. [18]
(И.К. Черница)
1939-1941
Pyntya, Herman[18]
(Герман Пынтя)
1941-1944
Davydenko, V.P. [18]
(В.П. Давыденко)
1945-1947
Karpov, O.N.[18]
(О.Н. Карпов)
1947-1950
Stepanenko, Oleksandr Danylovych[18]
(Александр Данилович Степаненко)
1950-1955
Ladvischenko, Hrehoriy Feofanovych[18]
(Григорий Феофанович Ладвищенко)
1955-1960
Kovalenko, Oleksandr Panteleymonovych[18]
(Александр Пантелеймонович Коваленко)
1960-1962
Tsyurup, Pavlo Andriyovych[18]
(Павел Андреевич Цюрупа)
1962-1964
Symonenko, Valentyn Kostiantynovych[18]
(Валентин Константинович Симоненко)
1983-1994
Cherneha, Leonid A.
(Чернега, Леонид Алексеевич)
1991 - 1994[19]
Hurvits, Eduard
(Гурвиц, Эдуард Иосифович)
1994 - 1998
Bodelan, Rouslan Borisovich
(Боделан, Руслан Борисович)
1998 - 2005
Hurvits, Eduard 2005 -

Notes

  1. ^ "Градоначальники и городские головы Одессы". misto.odessa.ua. http://misto.odessa.ua/index.php?u=gorod/gradonach. Retrieved 2008-10-01. 
  2. ^ Herlihy, Patricia (1987, 1991). Odessa: A History, 1794-1914. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. ISBN 0-916458-15-6, hardcover; ISBN 0-916458-43-1, paperback reprint. 
    p. 7: "On May 27, 1794, Catherine gave it her approval. The governor general of Novorossiia, Prince Platon Zubov one of Catherine's favorites-lent crucial support to creating Odessa.";
    p. 14: "In Novorossiia, chief authority rested with an appointed official, the governor general, whose office was created in 1775."
  3. ^ "gradonach". misto.odessa.ua. http://misto.odessa.ua/index.php?u=gorod/gradonach. Retrieved 2008-10-01.  Lists date of 1792 - 1796
  4. ^ Herlihy, Page 24: "Through an ukaz promulgated on October 8, 1802, Tsar Alexander I brought comparative stability into this regional government. He permanently divided Novorossiia into three guberniias. Two of them took their names from cities: Katerynoslav, "the glory of Catherine," founded in 1786 by her favorite Potemkin; and the port Mykolaiv, later replaced by Kherson. This latter guberniia included Odessa. The third division of Novorossiia was called Taurida, from the ancient Greek name for the Crimea. 16 The administration of these three provinces was originally confided to a single governor general. The duc de Richelieu, who accepted the commission in 1805, was the second governor general, and the first to combine that post with appointment as chief of Odessa."
  5. ^ Herlihy, Page 114: "Major General Koble, the military commandant of the city, as the temporary city chief."
  6. ^ a b "Herlihy, Page 114: A friend of the duc, a fellow Frenchman, Count Alexander F. Langeron, took office as governor general of Novorossiia and as city chief of Odessa on January 1, 1816...In 1820, he was relieved of his position as city chief. It was given to a member of the Commercial Court, N. Ia. Tregubov, who retained the post for two years. 4 The two positions of governor general and city chief were never again entrusted to the same person."
  7. ^ Herlihy, Page 116: "Langeron at last gave up the office in 1822."
  8. ^ a b Specific months from Russian Wikipedia:Odessa Administrations (Russian)
  9. ^ a b Herlihy,Page 117, 76: "Langeron's immediate successor was Lieutenant General Ivan N. Inzov. He held command over Novorossiia for nearly a year-from July 1822 to May 23, 1823. 13...The succeeding governor general was Mikhail S. Vorontsov (1823 -1845)...The enterprise of Count M. S. Vorontsov (governor general of Novorossiia from 1823 to 1844)."
  10. ^ a b c d e f Wikipedia:Odessa Administrations (Russian)
  11. ^ Herlihy, Page 117: "Aleksandr G. Stroganov from 1855 to 1863, he served as governor general of Novorossia and Bessarabia."
  12. ^ a b Herlihy, page 158: "With the abolition of the office of governor general, the former advantages of decentralization disappeared. In 1879, the new type of temporary governor general took office; he was now less a friend at court and more a force at home. These officials were primarily interested in maintaining law and order. The first to fill this post was Eduard Ivanovich Todtleben."
  13. ^ On the Medical college at Pushkinskaya 4 (Пушкинская), there is a memorial plaque for the mayor of Odessa from, 1880 to 1895, Grigory Grigoryevich Marazli. Listed on misto as 1878-1896.
  14. ^ a b c d e f g Temporary Governor general
  15. ^ a b c d Herlihy, page 159: The succeeding temporary governor general, Alexander R. Drentel'n, was a general in the infantry. Assigned to Odessa in 1880-1881...Alexander M. Dondukov-Korsakov 1881-1882...In 1882, losif V. Gurko, a general, took up the position of temporary governor general of Odessa...General Kristofor K. Roop supervised the city for eight years from 1882 to 1890...These five temporary governors general within a decade (four of them serving only one year each) did little or nothing to improve the city's economy.
  16. ^ [1]
  17. ^ KPU committee secretary
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Town Council chairman
  19. ^ Wikipedia:Chernega, Leonid A. (Russian)

Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Odessa — For other uses, see Odessa (disambiguation). Odesa (Одеса) Odessa (Одесса) Potemkin Stairs …   Wikipedia

  • Lists of mayors by country — This is a list of mayors organised by country.Albania* List of mayors of TiranaArgentina* List of mayors and chiefs of government of Buenos Aires * List of mayors of Lobos * Mayors of RosarioArmenia* List of mayors of YerevanAustralia* List of… …   Wikipedia

  • Administrative divisions of Ukraine — Ukraine This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Ukraine …   Wikipedia

  • Reichskommissariat Ukraine — Reich Commissariat of Ukraine Reichskommissariat Ukraine (de) Colony of Nazi Germany ← …   Wikipedia

  • Rouslan Bodelan — Rouslan Borysovych Bodelan ( uk. Руслан Борисович Боделан, ru. Руслан Борисович Боделан; born April 4, 1942 in Berezivka village, Baltsky Raion, Odessa Oblast) is a former Ukrainian politician and statesman. Biography oviet timesRouslan Bodelan… …   Wikipedia

  • Eduard Gurwits — Eduard Yosipovich Gurvits ( uk. Едуард Йосипович Гурвіц, ru. Эдуард Иосифович Гурвиц, he. אדוארד יוסיפוביץ גורביץ, yi. עדוּאָרד יאָסיפּאָוויטש גוּרוויץ, ; born January 30, 1948) is a Ukrainian politician, Mayor of Odessa in 1994–1998 and since… …   Wikipedia

  • Boris Aleksandrovich Pelikan — ( ru. Борис Александрович Пеликан) (1861 1931) was the Mayor of Odessa from 1913 1917.cite web year = | month = | title =Boris Aleksandrovich Pelikan url =http://www.2odessa.com/wiki/Boris Aleksandrovich Pelikan accessdate=2008 10 01 ] ee… …   Wikipedia

  • Varna — This article is about the city in Bulgaria. For other uses, see Varna (disambiguation). Coordinates: 43°13′N 27°55′E / 43.217°N 27.917°E / 43.217; 27.9 …   Wikipedia

  • Yerevan — For other uses, see Yerevan (disambiguation). Coordinates: 40°11′00″N 44°31′00″E …   Wikipedia

  • Nicosia — Λευκωσία (Greek) Lefkoşa (Turkish) …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.