Timothy Dwight Hobart
|Mayor of Pampa, Texas|
November 1927 –April 1928
|Preceded by||F. P. Reid|
|Succeeded by||D. W. Osborne|
|Died||May 19,1935 79) (aged|
|Cause of death||Pneumonia|
|Resting place||Fairview Cemetery in Pampa,Texas|
|Political party|| Republican (national)|
Democrat (state level)
|Spouse(s)||Minnie Wood Warren Hobart (married 1888-1935,his death)|
|Residence(s)|| Palestine,Texas |
|Occupation|| Businessman;Landowner |
Timothy Dwight Hobart (October 6,1855 –May 19,1935) was an American businessman,best known as the manager of the JA Ranch. He was also mayor of Pampa,Texas.
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