Arthur Herbert D'Alemberte

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Arthur Herbert D'Alemberte
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Born September 29, 1857
Mobile, Alabama
Died August 8, 1926
Biloxi, Mississippi
Occupation Businessman, civil servant
Spouse Carrie Annie Hancock

Arthur Herbert D'Alemberte was a businessman and civil servant who served for many years as Municipal Tax Collector and Escambia County Tax Collector. He was brother of W. A. D'Alemberte.

D'Alemberte served for several years on the Pensacola City Council, but was removed from office in December 1906 after a jury ruled that he did not reside in the precinct which he represented on Council.[1]

He later moved to Biloxi, Mississippi.[2]

Electoral history[edit]

Escambia County Tax Collector, 1908[edit]

DEM J. S. Roberts 2,441 78%
DEM A. H. D'Alemberte 693 22%

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References[edit]

  1. "Alderman D'Alemberte Ousted From Office." Pensacola Journal, December 20, 1906.
  2. "Widely Known Druggist Dies." Pensacola Journal. January 4, 1920.