Coroners

No state or county records 1837 Anderson Thomas,
   November 5, 1878
Halsey Smith,
   August 23, 1838
Dennis Burke,
   November 24, 1879
Joshua P. Crow,
   September 9, 1839
William J. Bennett,
   December 1, 1880
   December 1, 1882
M. H. L. School (Schooley),
   December 7, 1839
Henry H. Turner,
   December 1, 1884
Hugh Lusby,
   April 18, 1840
Daniel Lyons,
   December 3, 1888
John Dewelen,
   August 10, 1840
Henry H. Turner,
   November 29, 1892
Richard S. Cole,
   August 6, 1842
Charles A. Feltman,
   December 7, 1896
James Logan,
   August 21, 1844
   August 27, 1846
Charles H. Cummings,
   November 30, 1900
   November 26, 1904
   November 23, 1908
James McNutt,
   January 6, 1847
George W. Barneycastle
   December 14, 1911
   November 25, 1912
Jesse Crews,
   August 23, 1848
Dr. Daniel Lyons,
   December 1, 1916
Philo T. Norton,
   November 13, 1850
George T. Saunders,
   November 19, 1920
James Rodaers
   November 23, 1852
Edward Bailey,
   November 4, 1924 (elected)
Alfred Casstellon
   November 8, 1853 (elected)
Charles H. Gersmeyer,
   November 21, 1928
   December 1, 1932
   November 14, 1936
Robert R. Ross,
   November 14, 1854
John M. McConnell,
   November 12, 1856
   November 18, 1858
Thomas Elan,
   November 20, 1860
   November 20, 1862
   November 19, 1864
   November 23, 1866
   November 19, 1868
   November 19, 1870
David Clendenin,
   November 29, 1872
Samuel Cook,
   November 24, 1874
David Clendenin,
   July 11, 1876
Dennis Burke,
   November 23, 1876 (elected)

State’s Attorneys
(Appointed by the General Assembly to 1849; Elected by circuit district electorate to 1872)

L. C. Chandler,
   November 27, 1872
A. T. Lucas
   November 27, 1908
   November 25, 1912
Arthur A. Leeper,
   November 23, 1876
Lloyd M. McLure,
   December 1, 1916
   November 2, 1920 (elected)
Reuben R. Hewitt,
   November 23, 1880
   November 18, 1884
   December 3, 1888
   November 29, 1892
Lloyd M. McClure,
   November 22, 1922
Charles A. Schaeffer,
   December 7, 1896
Myron E. Mills,
   November 28, 1924
   November 21, 1928
Charles A. Gridley,
   November 30, 1900
   November 29, 1904
C. G. Colburn,[17]
  
December 1, 1932

Treasurers
(Assessors ex officio, to 1839 and 1844 to 1924; supervisor of assessments 1924 to date; collector 1924 to date)

Thomas Wilbourne,
   September 4, 1837[18]
John L. Cire,
   November 28, 1873 (elected)
   November 10, 1875
   December 1, 1877
   December 1, 1879
William Babb,
   September 6, 1837[19]
John Rahn,
   February 28, 1881 (elected)
   December 1, 1881
Isaac W. Overall,
   December 16, 1837 (elected)[20]
Henry Quigg,
   December 1, 1882
William W. Babb,
   March 23, 1838[21]
  
Adolph H. Sielschott,
   December 6, 1886
Stephen Lee,
   May 12, 1838[22]
Henry Garn (Garm),
   November 26, 1890
Isiah Pascal,
   August 7, 1838[23]
John Beatty,
   November 27, 1894
William Scott,
   October 9, 1838[24]  
Albert S. Coil
   November 28, 1898
Robert G. Gaines,
   August 5, 1839 (elected)
   August 7, 1843
Earnest P. Widmayer,
   November 28, 1902
John Craig,
   August 2, 1847 (elected)
   November 6, 1849 (elected)
Fredrick E. Schweer,
   November 24, 1906
Martin F. Higgins,
   November 4, 1851 (elected)
   November 6, 1853      
James R. Sligh,
   November 30, 1910
Phineas Underwood,
   November 7, 1854 (elected)
   November 6, 1855
Earnest P. Widmayer,
   November 18, 1914
Franklin A. Hammer,
   November 24, 1857 (elected)
John Broeker,
   February 11, 1915
David C. Dilly,
   November 18, 1859 (elected)
   November 5, 1861       
   November 20, 1862      
   November 3, 1863        
   November 7, 1865         
   November 5, 1867         
   November 23, 1869       
James C. Meade,
   November 19, 1915
Phillip H. Bailey,
   December 2, 1871 (elected)
James R. Sligh,
   November 22, 1918
George W. Farrar,
   November 21, 1922
Robert H. Garm,
   December 8, 1926
Alfred A. Krobe,
   November 28, 1930
G. A. Looman,
   December 3, 1934
Leo Fitzgerald[25]

[17] Shown as State’s attorney, July 1, 1939 in Official List of County Officers, p. 8.

[18] Bond accepted (Commissioners’ court, v. 1, p. 3, in Supervisors’ Minutes (Record) see entry 3); resigned (ibid)., p. 6)

[19] Appointed, vice Wilbourne (ibid.).

[20] Bond accepted conditionally January 10, 1838, account of his election contested by William Babb (ibid., p. 17).

[21] Bond accepted (ibid., p. 23).

[22] Appointed treasurer pro tem vice Babb, resigned (Commissioners’ Court, v.1, p. 25, in Supervisors’ Minutes (Record), see entry 3.).

[23] County records do not show Pascal serving as treasurer between August 7 and October 9, 1838.

[24] Bond accepted (ibid., p. 34).

[25] Shown as treasurer, July 1, 1939 in Official List of County Officers, p. 8.