William B. Lewis (New York treasurer)
In the 1850s, he was City Comptroller of Brooklyn.
After the American Civil War he left politics, and became the Secretary and Cashier of the Brooklyn City Railroad and held these posts until his sudden death, collapsing on Fulton Street, Brooklyn. Sometime prior to his death he had removed to Plainfield, New Jersey but commuted to Brooklyn every day.
-  Obit in NYT, on October 16, 1884 (stating he was City Comptroller as a Democrat)
-  Nominations on the American Party ticket for Brooklyn city election, in NYT on March 18, 1859 (stating he had been nominated by the Republican Party, and was endorsed by the American Party)
-  Comptroller's annual report, in NYT on March 14, 1859
-  Brooklyn city loan announced, in NYT on March 31, 1855
-  Political Graveyard
-  New York Union state ticket, in Harper's Weekly, September 28, 1861, pg. 611
|New York State Treasurer
1862 - 1863
George W. Schuyler