List of mayors of Dublin (Redirected from List of Lord Mayors of Dublin)

The Lord Mayor of Dublin is the head of Dublin City Council and first citizen of Dublin. The title was created in 1229 as Mayor of Dublin. It was elevated to Lord Mayor in 1665. The date of the election is the end of June, and the term of office is one year.

Mayors of Dublin

13th century

Year Name
1229–1230 Richard Muton
1230–1231 Henry de Exeter
1231–1232 Thomas de la Corner
1232–1233 Robert Pollard
1233–1234 Gilbert de Lyvet
1234–1235 Robert Owain
1235–1237 Gilbert de Lyvet
1237–1238 Elias Burel
1238–1240 Robert Pollard
1240–1241 Henry de Exeter
1241–1242 William Flamstede
1242–1243 John Le Warre
1243–1244 Philip de Dureham
1244–1245 John Le Warre
1245–1246 Roger Owen
1246–1249 John Le Warre
1249–1250 Roger Oeyn
1250–1252 Elias Burel
1252–1256 John Le Warre
1256–1257 Richard Olaf
1257–1258 Sir John Le Warre
1258–1259 Peter Abraham
1259–1260 Elias Burel
1260–1261 Thomas de Winchester
1261–1263 Roger de Asshebourne
1263–1264 Thomas de Winchester
1264–1265 Vincent Taverner
1265–1267 Thomas de Winchester
1267–1268 Vincent Taverner
1268–1269 Roger Asshebourne
1269–1270 Vincent Taverner
1270–1271 Thomas de Winchester
1271–1272 William de Bristol
1272–1275 John Garget
1275–1276 City in King's Hands
1276–1277 Walter Unred
1277–1279 David de Callan
1279–1280 Henry Le Mareschall
1280–1283 David de Callan
1283–1286 Walter Unred
1286–1288 Thomas de Coventry
1288–1292 William de Bristol
1292–1294 Robert de Bray
1294–1295 John Le Seriaunt
1295–1296 Robert de Wyleby
1296–1299 Thomas Coyls
1299–1301 John Le Seriaunt

14th century

Year Name
1301–1302 City in King's Hands
1302–1302 John Le Decer
1303–1303 Geoffrey de Morton
1304–1304 John Le Seriaunt
1305–1305 John Le Decer
1306–1306 John Le Seriaunt
1307–1309 John Le Decer
1309–1310 Robert de Nottingham
1310–1311 John Seriaunt
1311–1314 Richard Lawles
1314–1315 Robert de Nottingham
1315–1316 Richard Lawles
1316–1319 Robert de Nottingham
1319–1320 Robert de Meones
1320–1322 Robert de Nottingham
1322–1324 William Douce
1324–1326 John Le Decer
1326–1327 Robert Le Tanner
1327–1328 William Le Mareschal
1328–1329 Robert Tanner
1329–1330 Philip Cradok
1330–1331 William Douce
1331–1332 John de Meones
1332–1333 William Beydyn, or Boydiff
1333–1334 Geoffrey Cromp
1334–1335 William Beyden, or Boydiff
1335–1336 John de Meones
1336–1337 Philip Cradok
1337–1338 John de Meones
1338–1339 Robert Le Tanner
1339–1341 Kenewrek Scherman
1341–1347 John Le Seriaunt
1347–1348 Geoffrey Crompe
1348–1349 Kenewrek Scherman
1349–1350 Geoffrey Crompe
1349–1350 John Seriaunt
1350–1351 John Bathe
1351–1352 Robert de Moenes
1352–1353 Adam Louestoc
1353–1356 John Seriaunt
1356–1357 Robert Burnell
1357–1358 Peter Barfot
1358–1359 John Taylor
1359–1361 Peter Berfot
1361–1362 Richard Heygrewe
1362–1364 John Beke
1364–1365 David Tyrrell
1365–1366 Richard Heygrewe
1366–1367 David Tyrrell
1367–1368 Peter Woder
1368–1369 John Wydon
1369–1371 John Passavaunt
1371–1374 John Wydon
1374–1375 Nicholas Seriaunt
1375–1376 Edmund Berle
1376–1378 Nicholas Serivaunt
1378–1379 Robert Stakebold
1379–1380 John Wydon
1380–1382 John Hull
1382–1383 Edmund Berle
1383–1384 Robert Burnell
1384–1385 Roger Bekeford
1385–1386 Edmund Berle
1386–1387 Robert Stackebold
1387–1388 John Bermingham
1388–1389 John Passavaunt
1389–1390 Thomas Mareward
1390–1391 Thomas Cusacke
1391–1392 Richard Chamberlain
1392–1393 John Mareward
1393–1396 Thomas Cusacke
1396–1397 Geoffrey Gallane
1397–1398 Thomas Cusake
1398–1399 Nicholas Fynglas
1399–1400 Ralph Ebbe
1400–1401 Thomas Cusacke

15th century

Year Name
1401–1403 John Drake
1403–1404 Thomas Cusacke
1404–1406 John Drake
1406–1407 Thomas Cusacke
1407–1408 William Wade
1408–1410 Thomas Cusacke
1410–1411 Robert Gallane
1411–1412 John Drake
1412–1413 Thomas Cusake
1413–1414 Luke Dowdall
1414–1416 Thomas Cusacke
1416–1417 Walter Tyrrell
1417–1419 Thomas Cusacke
1419–1420 Walter Tyrrell
1420-1421 Thomas Shorthalls
1421–1422 John Burnell
1422–1423 Thomas Cusacke
1423–1424 John White
1424–1425 Thomas Cusacke
1425–1426 Sir Walter Tyrrell
1426–1427 John Walshe
1427–1429 Thomas Shortall
1429–1430 Thomas Cusacke
1430–1432 John White
1432–1433 John Hadsor
1433–1434 Nicholas Woder
1434–1435 Ralph Pembroke
1435–1436 John Kylbery
1436–1437 Robert Chambre
1437–1438 Thomas Newberry
1438–1439 Nicholas Woder
1439–1440 John FitzRobert
1440–1441 Nicholas Woder
1441–1442 Ralph Pembroke
1442–1447 Nicholas Woder
1447–1448 Thomas Newbery
1448–1449 No entry
1449–1451 Sir Robert Burnell
1451–1453 Thomas Newbery
1453–1454 Sir Nicholas Woder
1454–1455 Sir Robert Burnell
1455–1456 Philip Bellewe
1456–1457 John Bennet
1457–1458 Thomas Newbery
1458–1459 Robert Burnell
1459–1460 Thomas Walshe
1460–1461 Thomas Newbery
1461–1462 Sir Robert Burnell
1462–1463 No entry
1463–1465 Sir Thomas Newbery
1465–1466 Simon FitzRery
1466–1467 William Crampe
1467–1469 Thomas Newbery
1469–1470 Arland Ussher
1470–1471 Thomas Walton
1471–1472 Simon FitzRery
1472–1473 John Fyan
1473–1474 John Bellewe
1474–1475 Nicholas Burke
1475–1477 Thomas FitzSimon
1477–1478 Patrick FitzLeones
1478–1479 John Weste
1479–1480 John Fyan
1480–1481 Willian Donewyth
1481–1482 Thomas Mulghan
1482–1483 Patrick FitzLeones
1483–1485 John West
1485–1486 John Serjaunt
1486–1487 Janico Markis
1487–1488 Thomas Meiler
1488–1489 William Tyve, or Tue
1489–1490 Richard Stanyhurst
1490–1491 John Serjaunt
1491–1492 Thomas Bennet
1492–1493 John Serjaunt
1493 Richard Arlon
1493–1494 John Savage
1494–1495 Patrick FitzLeones
1495–1496 Thomas Birmingham
1496–1497 John Geydon
1497–1498 Thomas Collier
1498–1499 Reginald Talbot
1499–1500 James Barby
1500–1501 Robert Forster

16th century

Year Name
1501–1502 Hugh Talbot
1502–1503 Richard Tyrrell
1503–1504 John Blake
1504–1505 Thomas Newman
1505–1506 Nicholas Hertbard
1506–1507 William English
1507–1508 William Canterell
1508–1509 Thomas Philip
1509–1510 William Blank
1510–1511 Nicholas Roch
1511–1512 Thomas Bermingham
1512–1516 No entry
1516–1517 Christopher Ussher
1517–1523 No entry
1523–1524 Nicholas Queytrot
1524–1525 No entry
1525–1526 Richard Talbot
1526–1527 Walter Ewstas
1527–1530 No entry
1530–1531 Thomas Barbe
1531–1532 John Sarsewell
1532–1533 Nicholas Gaydon
1533–1534 Walter FitzSimon
1534–1535 Robert Shilyngford
1535–1536 Thomas Stephens
1536–1537 John Shilton
1537–1538 John Scuyr
1538–1539 James FitzSymond
1539–1540 Nicholas Bennet
1540–1541 Walter Tyrrell
1541–1542 Nicholas Umfre
1542–1543 Nicholas Stanihurst
1543–1546 No entry
1546–1547 Henry Plunket
1547–1548 Thady Duff
1548–1549 James Hancoke
1549–1550 Richard Fyane
1550–1551 John Money
1551–1552 Michael Penteny
1552–1553 Robert Cusake
1553–1554 Bartholomew Ball
1554–1555 Patrick Sarsfield
1555–1556 Thomas Rogers
1556–1557 John Challoner
1557–1558 John Spenefelde
1558–1559 Robert Golding
1559–1560 Christopher Sedgrave
1560–1561 Thomas FitzSimon
1561–1562 Robert Ussher
1562–1563 Thomas Fininge
1563–1564 Robert Cusake
1564–1565 Richard Fiand
1565–1566 Nicholas FitzSimon
1566–1567 Sir William Sarsfield
1567–1568 John FitzSimon
1568–1569 Michael Bea
1569–1570 Walter Cusake
1570–1571 Henry Brown
1571–1572 Patrick Dowdall
1572–1573 James Bellewe
1573–1574 Christopher Fagan
1574–1575 John Ussher
1575–1576 Patrick Goghe
1576–1577 John Goghe
1577–1578 Giles Allen
1578–1579 Richard Rownswell
1579–1580 Nicholas Duffe
1580–1581 Walter Ball
1581–1582 John Gaydon
1582–1583 Nicholas Ball
1583–1584 John Lennan
1584–1585 Thomas Cosgrave
1585–1586 William Piccott
1586–1587 Richard Rownswell
1587–1588 Richard Fagan
1588–1589 Walter Sedgrave
1589–1590 John Forster
1590–1591 Edmond Devnish
1591–1592 Thomas Smith
1592–1593 Philip Conran
1593–1594 James Janes
1594–1595 Thomas Gerrald
1595–1596 Francis Taylor
1596–1597 Michael Chamberlain
1597–1598 Nicholas Weston
1598–1599 James Bellewe
1599–1600 Gerald Yonge
1600–1601 Nicholas Barran

17th century

Year Name
1601–1602 Matthew Hancocke
1602–1603 John Terrell
1603–1604 William Goughe
1604–1605 John Elliott
1605–1606 John Bryce, or Brice
1606–1607 John Arthore
1607–1608 Nicholas Barran
1608–1609 John Cusacke
1609–1610 Robert Ball
1610–1611 Richard Barrye
1611–1612 Thomas Bushopp
1612–1613 Sir James Carroll
1613–1614 Richard Forster
1614–1616 Sir Richard Browne
1616–1617 John Bennes
1617–1618 Sir James Carroll
1618–1619 John Lany
1619–1620 Richard Forster
1620–1621 Sir Richard Browne
1621–1622 Edward Ball
1622–1623 Richard Wiggett
1623–1624 Thadee Duff
1624–1625 William Bushopp
1625–1626 Sir James Carroll
1626–1627 Thomas Evans
1627–1628 Edward Jans
1628–1629 Ronert Bennett
1629–1630 Christopher Forster
1630–1631 Thomas Evans
1631–1632 George Jones
1632–1633 Robert Bennett
1633–1634 Robert Dixon
1634–1635 Sir James Carroll
1635–1637 Sir Christopher Forster
1637–1638 James Watson
1638–1639 Sir Christopher Forster
1639–1640 Charles Forster
1640–1642 Thomas Wakefield
1642–1647 William Smith
1647–1648 William Bladen
1648–1649 John Pue
1649–1650 Thomas Pemberton
1650 Sankey Sullyard
1650–1651 Raphael Hunt
1651–1652 Richard Tighe
1652–1653 Daniel Hutchinson
1653–1654 John Preston
1654–1655 Thomas Hooke
1655–1656 Richard Tighe
1656–1657 Ridgley Hatfield
1657–1658 Thomas Waterhouse
1658–1659 Peter Wybrants
1659–1660 Robert Deey
1660–1661 Hubert Adryan Verneer
1661–1662 George Gilbert
1662–1663 John Cranwell
1663–1665 William Smyth

Lords Mayor of Dublin

In 1665 Sir Daniel Bellingham became the first Lord Mayor of Dublin.

17th century

Year Name
1665–1666 Sir Daniel Bellingham
1666–1667 John Desmynieres
1667–1668 Mark Quin
1668–1669 John Forrest
1669–1670 Lewis Desmynieres
1670–1671 Enoch Reader
1671–1672 Sir John Totty
1672–1673 Robert Deey
1673–1674 Sir Joshua Allen
1674–1675 Sir Francis Brewster
1675–1676 William Smith
1676–1677 Christopher Lovet
1677–1678 John Smith
1678–1679 Peter Ward
1679–1680 John Eastwood
1680–1681 Luke Lowther
1681–1683 Sir Humphrey Jervis
1683–1684 Sir Elias Best
1684–1685 Sir Abel Ram
1685–1686 Sir John Knox
1686–1687 Sir John Castleton
1687–1688 Sir Thomas Hackett
1688–1689 Sir Michael Creagh
1689–1690 Terence MacDermott
1690–1691 John Otrington
1691–1693 Sir Michael Mitchell
1693–1694 Sir John Rogerson
1694–1695 George Blackhall
1695–1696 William Watts
1696–1697 Sir William Billington
1697–1698 Bartholomew Van Homrigh
1698–1699 Thomas Quinn
1699–1700 Sir Anthony Percy
1700–1701 Sir Mark Rainsford

18th century

Year Name
1701–1702 Samuel Walton
1702–1703 Thomas Bell
1703–1704 John Page
1704–1705 Sir Francis Stoyte
1705–1706 William Gibbons
1706–1707 Benjamin Burton
1707–1708 John Pearson
1708–1709 Sir William Fownes
1709–1710 Charles Forrest
1710–1711 Sir John Eccles
1711–1712 Ralph Gore
1712–1714 Sir Samuel Cooke
1714–1715 Sir James Barlow
1715–1716 John Stoye
1716–1717 Thomas Bolton
1717–1718 Anthony Barkey
1718–1719 William Quaill
1719–1720 Thomas Wilkinson
1720–1721 George Forbes
1721–1722 Thomas Curtis
1722–1723 William Dickson
1723–1724 John Porter
1724–1725 John Reyson
1725–1726 Joseph Kane
1726–1727 William Empson
1727–1728 Sir Nathaniel Whitwell
1728–1729 Henry Burrowes
1729 John Page
1729–1730 Sir Peter Verdoen
1730–1731 Nathaniel Pearson
1731–1732 Joseph Nuttall
1732–1733 Humphrey French
1733–1734 Thomas How
1734–1735 Nathaniel Kane
1735–1736 Sir Richard Grattan
1736 George Forbes
1736–1737 Sir James Somerville
1737–1738 William Walker
1738–1739 John Macarroll
1739–1740 Daniel Falkiner
1740–1741 Sir Samuel Cooke
1741–1742 William Aldrich
1742–1743 Gilbert King
1743–1744 David Tew
1744–1745 John Walker
1745–1746 Daniel Cooke
1746–1747 Richard White
1747 William Walker
1747–1748 Sir George Ribton
1748–1749 Robert Ross
1749–1750 John Adamson
1750–1751 Thomas Taylor
1751–1752 John Cooke
1752–1753 Sir Charles Burton
1753–1754 Andrew Murray
1754–1755 Hans Bailie
1755–1756 Percival Hunt
1756–1757 John Forbes
1757–1758 Thomas Meade
1758–1759 Philip Crampton
1759–1760 John Tew
1760–1761 Sir Patrick Hamilton
1761–1762 Sir Timothy Allen
1762–1763 Charles Rossell
1763–1764 William Forbes
1764–1765 Benjamin Geale
1765–1766 Sir James Taylor
1766–1767 Edward Sankey
1767–1768 Francis Fetherston
1768–1769 Benjamin Barton
1769–1770 Sir Thomas Blackhall
1770–1771 George Reynolds
1771–1772 Francis Booker
1772 William Forbes
1772–1773 Richard French
1773–1774 Willoughby Lightburne
1774–1775 Henry Hart
1775–1776 Thomas Emerson
1776–1777 Henry Bevan
1777–1778 William Dunne
1778–1779 Sir Anthony King
1779–1780 James Hamilton
1780–1781 Kilner Swettenham
1781–1782 John Darragh
1782–1783 Nathaniel Warren
1783–1784 Thomas Green
1784–1785 James Horan
1785–1786 James Sheil
1786–1787 George Alcock
1787–1788 William Alexander
1788–1789 John Rose
1789–1790 John Exshaw
1790–1791 Henry Howison
1791–1792 Henry Gore Sankey
1792–1793 John Carleton
1793–1794 William James
1794–1795 Richard Moncrieff
1795–1796 Sir William Worthington
1796–1797 Samuel Reed
1797–1798 Thomas Fleming
1798–1799 Thomas Andrews
1799–1800 John Sutton
1800 John Exshaw
1800–1801 Charles Thorp

19th century

1801–1840

Year Name
1801–1802 Richard Manders
1802–1803 Jacob Poole
1803–1804 Henry Hutton
1804–1805 Meredith Jenkins
1805–1806 James Vance
1806–1807 Joseph Pemberton
1807–1808 Hugh Trevor
1808–1809 Frederick Darley
1809–1810 Sir William Stamer
1810–1811 Nathaniel Hone
1811–1812 William Henry Archer
1812–1813 Abraham Bradley King
1813–1814 John Cash
1814–1815 John Claudius Beresford
1815–1816 Robert Shaw
1816–1817 Mark Bloxham
1817–1818 John Alley
1818–1819 Sir Thomas McKenny
1819–1820 Sir William Stamer
1820–1821 Sir Abraham Bradley King
1821–1822 Sir John Kingston James
1822–1823 John Smith Fleming
1823–1824 Richard Smyth
1824–1825 Drury Jones
1825–1826 Thomas Abbott
1826–1827 Samuel Wilkinson Tyndall
1827–1828 Sir Edmond Nugent
1828–1829 Alexander Montgomery
1829–1830 Jacob West
1830–1831 Sir Robert Harty
1831 Richard Smyth
1831–1832 Sir Thomas Whelan
1832–1833 Charles Palmer Archer
1833–1834 Sir George Whiteford
1834–1835 Arthur Perrin
1835–1836 Arthur Morrison
1836–1837 William Hodges
1837–1838 Samuel Warren
1838–1839 George Hoyte
1839–1840 Sir Nicholas William Brady
1840–1841 Sir John Kingston James

1841–1900

The Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Act 1840 comes into force. Under this Act, all ratepayers with a yearly valuation of £10 could vote in civic elections and sit on the council. Dublin Corporation (now Dublin City Council) becomes the new municipal authority for the city of Dublin. Daniel O'Connell was elected to the new Dublin Corporation and took office as Lord Mayor of Dublin, the first Roman Catholic to be Lord Mayor since 1690.

Year Name Party
1841–1842 Daniel O'Connell Irish Repeal
1842–1843 George Roe Liberal
1844 Sir Timothy O'Brien Liberal
1845 John L. Arabin Liberal
1846 John Keshan Liberal
1847 Michael Staunton Irish Repeal
1848 Jeremiah Dunne Irish Repeal
1849 Sir Timothy O'Brien Liberal
1850 John Reynolds Irish Repeal
1851 Benjamin Guinness Conservative
1852 John D'Arcy Liberal
1853 Robert Henry Kinahan Conservative[1]
1854 Sir Edward McDonnell Liberal
1855 Joseph Boyce Conservative
1856 Fergus Farrell Liberal
1857 Richard Atkinson Conservative
1858 John Campbell Liberal
1859 James Lambert Conservative
1860 Redmond Carroll Liberal
1861 Richard Atkinson Conservative
1862 Denis Moylan Liberal
1863 John Prendergast Vereker Conservative
1864 Peter Paul McSwiney Liberal
1865 Sir John Barrington Conservative
1866 James William Mackey Liberal
1867 William Lane-Joynt Liberal
1868–1869 Sir William Carroll Conservative
1870 Edward Purton Conservative
1871 Patrick Bulfin Conservative
1871 John Campbell Conservative
1872 Robert Garde Durdin Conservative
1873 Sir James William Mackey Conservative
1874 Maurice Brooks Home Rule
1875 Peter Paul McSwiney Liberal
1876 Sir George Bolster Owens Irish Unionist
1877 Lewis Wormser Harris Liberal
1877–1878 Hugh Tarpey Liberal
1879 Sir John Barrington Conservative
1880 Edmund Dwyer Gray Home Rule
1881 George Moyers Conservative
1882–1883 Charles Dawson Home Rule
1884 William Meagher Home Rule
1885 John O'Connor Irish Nationalist
1886–1888 Timothy Daniel Sullivan Irish Nationalist
1888–1889 Thomas Sexton Irish Nationalist
1890 Edward Joseph Kennedy Irish Nationalist
1891–1892 Joseph Meade Irish Nationalist
1893 James Shanks Irish Unionist
1894–1895 Valentine Blake Dillon Irish Nationalist
1896–1897 Richard F. McCoy Irish Nationalist
1898–1900 Daniel Tallon Irish Nationalist
1900–1901 Sir Thomas Devereux Pile Irish Unionist
1.^ For a period there was an agreement to alternate the mayor's chair between Tory (Conservative) and Whigs (Liberals, Repealers).

20th century

Year Name Party
1901–1904 Timothy Harrington United Irish League
1904–1906 Joseph Hutchinson United Irish League
1906–1908 Joseph Nannetti United Irish League
1908–1909 Gerald O'Reilly Irish Parliamentary
1909–1910 William Coffey Irish Parliamentary
1910–1911 Michael Doyle Irish Parliamentary
1911–1912 John J. Farrell Irish Parliamentary
1912–1915 Lorcan Sherlock Irish Parliamentary
1915–1917 Sir James Gallagher Independent
1917–1920 Laurence O'Neill Independent
1920–1921 Thomas Kelly[2] Sinn Féin
1921–1924 Laurence O'Neill Independent
1924–1930 Position suspended
1930–1939 Alfie Byrne Independent
1939–1941 Kathleen Clarke Fianna Fáil
1941–1943 Peadar Doyle Fine Gael
1943–1945 Martin O'Sullivan Labour
1945–1946 Peadar Doyle Fine Gael
1946–1947 John McCann Fianna Fáil
1947–1948 Patrick Cahill Fine Gael
1948–1949 John Breen Labour
1949–1950 Cormac Breathnach Fianna Fáil
1950–1951 Jack Belton Fine Gael
1951–1953 Andrew Clarkin Fianna Fáil
1953–1954 Bernard Butler Fianna Fáil
1954–1955 Alfie Byrne Independent
1955–1956 Denis Larkin Labour
1956–1957 Robert Briscoe Fianna Fáil
1957–1958 James Carroll Independent
1958–1959 Catherine Byrne Fine Gael
1959–1960 Philip Brady Fianna Fáil
1960–1961 Maurice E. Dockrell Fine Gael
1961–1962 Robert Briscoe Fianna Fáil
1962–1963 James O'Keeffe Fine Gael
1963–1964 Seán Moore Fianna Fáil
1964–1965 John McCann Fianna Fáil
1965–1967 Eugene Timmons Fianna Fáil
1967–1968 Thomas Stafford Fianna Fáil
1968–1969 Frank Cluskey Labour
1969–1974 Position suspended
1974–1975 James O'Keeffe Fine Gael
1975–1976 Paddy Dunne Labour
1976–1977 Jim Mitchell Fine Gael
1977–1978 Michael Collins Labour
1978–1979 Paddy Belton Fine Gael
1979–1980 William Cumiskey Labour
1980–1981 Fergus O'Brien Fine Gael
1981–1982 Alexis FitzGerald Jnr Fine Gael
1982–1983 Daniel Browne Labour
1983–1984 Michael Keating Fine Gael
1984–1985 Michael O'Halloran Labour
1985–1986 Jim Tunney Fianna Fáil
1986–1987 Bertie Ahern Fianna Fáil
1987–1988 Carmencita Hederman Independent
1988–1989 Ben Briscoe Fianna Fáil
1989–1990 Seán Haughey Fianna Fáil
1990–1991 Michael Donnelly Fianna Fáil
1991–1992 Seán Kenny Labour
1992–1993 Gay Mitchell Fine Gael
1993–1994 Tomás Mac Giolla Workers' Party
1994–1995 John Gormley Green
1995–1996 Seán D. Loftus Independent
1996–1997 Brendan Lynch Independent
1997–1998 John Stafford Fianna Fáil
1998–1999 Joe Doyle Fine Gael
1999–2000 Mary Freehill Labour
2.^ Thomas Kelly was unanimously elected as Lord Mayor while being held as a political prisoner in Wormwood Scrubs prison in England.

21st century

Year Image Name Party
2000–2001
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Maurice Ahern Fianna Fáil
2001–2002
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Michael Mulcahy Fianna Fáil
2002
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Anthony Creevey Fianna Fáil
2002–2003
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Dermot Lacey Labour
2003–2004
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Royston Brady Fianna Fáil
2004–2005
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Michael Conaghan Labour
2005–2006
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Catherine Byrne Fine Gael
2006–2007
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Vincent Jackson Independent
2007–2008
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Paddy Bourke Labour
2008–2009
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Eibhlin Byrne Fianna Fáil
2009–2010
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Emer Costello Labour
2010–2011
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Gerry Breen Fine Gael
2011–2012
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Andrew Montague Labour
2012–2013
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Naoise Ó Muirí Fine Gael
2013–2014
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Oisín Quinn Labour
2014–2015
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Christy Burke Independent
2015–2016
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Críona Ní Dhálaigh Sinn Féin
2016–2017
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Brendan Carr Labour
2017–2018
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Mícheál Mac Donncha Sinn Féin
2018–2019
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Nial Ring Independent
2019–2020
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Paul McAuliffe Fianna Fáil
2020
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Tom Brabazon Fianna Fáil
2020–2021
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Hazel Chu Green
2021–2022
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Alison Gilliland Labour
2022–2023
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Caroline Conroy Green
2023–present Daithí de Róiste Fianna Fáil

See also


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