|Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives|
|13th Mayor of Chelsea,Massachusetts|
|Preceded by||Samuel P. Tenney|
|Succeeded by||Eugene F. Endicott|
|President of the |
|Member of the |
|Died||December 19,1910 63) (aged|
|Residence(s)||1025 Beacon st, Brookline, Massachusetts|
|Education||Phillips Exeter Academy|
Thomas Strahan (May 10, 1847 – December 19, 1910) was a Massachusetts businessman and politician who served as the thirteenth Mayor of Chelsea, Massachusetts and in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
Thomas Straham was born in Stirling, Scotland on May 10, 1847. He was educated at the Cotting Academy in Arlington, Virginia, and at Phillips Exeter Academy.
He married Esther Lawrence on November 28, 1867, and they had six children.
A Republican, he served on the Common Council of Chelsea, Massachusetts from 1880 to 1883, and was its president in the latter year. He was elected Chelsea's mayor in 1883, and was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1884.
He died in Brookline, Massachusetts on December 19, 1910.
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