James LeRoy Giles
James LeRoy Giles (June 16, 1863 – May 3, 1946) was the twenty-second Mayor of Orlando from 1916 to 1919. He was later elected to two non-consecutive terms in office. He also served as an alternate delegate to the Democratic National Convention from Florida in the 1912 United States Presidential Election.
|James LeRoy Giles|
|22nd Mayor of Orlando|
|Preceded by||E. Frank Sperry|
|Succeeded by||Eugene Duckworth|
|24th Mayor of Orlando|
|Preceded by||Eugene Duckworth|
|Succeeded by||Latta M. Autrey|
|26th Mayor of Orlando|
|Preceded by||Latta M. Autrey|
|Succeeded by||Samuel Yulee Way|
June 16, 1863|
Zellwood, Orange County
May 3, 1946|
|Spouse(s)||Nannie C. Bartlett Giles|
|Children||Leroy Bartlett Giles and Anna Estelle Giles Weathersbee|
|Parents||Enoch H. Giles and Nellie B. Giles|
|Occupation||Real estate dealer|
James Giles was born in Zellwood in Orange County, Florida, on June 16, 1863. His father was the Reverend Enoch H. Giles (1836–1908) and his mother was Nellie B. Giles (1847–1917). He died on May 3, 1946, in Orlando, Florida.
- Larry Kestenbaum. "Giles, James L. (b. 1863)". politicalgraveyard.com. Retrieved 15 January 2015.
- Mark Andrews (October 17, 1999). "Pioneering Public Women Also Excelled In Other Fields". Orlando Sentinel.
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