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List of mayors of the City of Brussels

Mayor of the City of Brussels
Incumbent
Yvan Mayeur

since 13 December 2013
Term length Six years
Website Website in English

This is a list of mayors or burgomasters of the City of Brussels.

Burgundian Netherlands (1384–1482)

  • 1380: Geert Pipenpoy
  • 1381: Geert Pipenpoy and Jacques Stovaert
  • 1421: J. Swaeff, J. Cooman
  • 1422: Walter Vanden Heetvelde, Petrus van Bolenbeke
  • 1423: Guillaume de Kesterbeke, Jan van Muysen
  • 1424: Jan van Coundeberg, called Rolibuc, Gielis Daneels,
  • 1425: Willem van Herzele, J. de Schore, called de Briedere
  • 1426: Wenceslas t'Serclaes, J. Rampaert
  • 1427: Jean de Hertoghe, Michel de Mabeert
  • 1428: H. Magnus, J. de Broeckhoven
  • 1429: Willem van Kesterbeke, Daniel Poelbroot
  • 1430: Simon van Ophem, J. de Schore, called de Briedere
  • 1431: Walter, son of Gerard Pipenpoy, J. Roypens
  • 1432: Wenceslas t'Serclaes, Félix de Hont
  • 1433: J. Bernaige, H. de Beringen
  • 1434: Jean de Frigidomonte
  • 1435: Walter Vandernoot, J. Rampaert
  • 1436: Walter Vanden Winckele, Arnout Wellems, said Van Almkercke
  • 1437: Henri Taye, J. van Broeckhoven
  • 1438: Everard t'Serarnts, Jean Ofhuys
  • 1439: Jan de Mol, son of Jan, J. Bogaert
  • 1440: Nicolaas Vanden Heetvelde, J. Rampaert
  • 1441: Walter, son of Walter Vandernoot, Arnout Wellems, called Van Almkercke
  • 1442: Jan de Frigidomonte, God. Taye
  • 1443: J. t'Serclaes, J. de Schore
  • 1444: Jan, son of Jan de Mol, Gerard Pipenpoy, died on 4 septembre; replaced by J. Vanden Driessche
  • 1445: Nicolaas Vanden Heetvelde, H. Vander Straeten, called Meeus
  • 1446: Wenceslas T'Serclaes, Martin Wegsken, called Snellaert
  • 1447: Antoine Mennen, Arnoul Wellems, called Van Almkercke
  • 1448: Walter Vandernoot, Nicolas Vanden Driele
  • 1449: Jean Vandernoot, Guill. Utenberge
  • 1450: Nicolas Vanden Heetvelde, H. Vander Straeten
  • 1451: Amelric Was, J. Cambier
  • 1452: Everard T'Serarnts, Joos Westveling
  • 1453: J. de Mol, J. de Blare
  • 1454: Jan, son of Walter Vandernoot, J. Eggerix
  • 1455: Thierry de Mol, Josse de Pape
  • 1456: Amelric Was, Guill. Rampaert
  • 1457: Walter Vanden Winckele, J. Cambier
  • 1458: Philippe Van Nieuwenhove, Albertin Frenier
  • 1459: Siger Vanden Heetvelde, J. Eggerix
  • 1460: J. de Mol, J. Giellaert
  • 1461: Amelric Was,
  • 1462: Walter Vanden Winckele, Gerelin de Moor, called in den Sleutel
  • 1463: Walter Vandernoot, Joos Westveling
  • 1464: Petrus Pipenpoy, Willem de Smeth
  • 1465: Jan Schat, J. de Poelke
  • 1466: Everard t'Serclaes, Jan Offhuys
  • 1467: H. Heenkenshoot, Adam Vandersleehagen
  • 1468: Amelric Was, H. de Mol, dit Cooman
  • 1469: Walter Vandernoot (lord of Risoir), J. Vander Moelen
  • 1470: Antoon Thonys, J. Cambier
  • 1471: Conrad Vander Neeren, J. de Poelke
  • 1472: J. de Mol, Jacob Vanden Poele, called Poelman
  • 1473: H. Heenkenshoot, Adam de Bogaerden, called Jordaens
  • 1474: Nicolas Vanden Heetvelde, J. Ofhuys
  • 1475: Costin de Limelette, Gerelin de Moor, called in den Sleutel
  • 1476: J. Schat, J. Eeckaert
  • 1477: J. Vander Meeren, Arnoul Vanden Plassche
  • 1478: H. Vander Meeren
  • 1479: H. t'Serarnts, God. Wyngaert
  • 1480: Roland de Mol, Thierry Ruttens
  • 1481: Wenceslas t'Serclaes, Petrus de Jonge

Habsburg Netherlands (1482–1581)

  • 1482–1483: J. Bernsige, J. Mosselman
  • 1483–1484: J. van Buyssegem, J. de Poelke
  • 1484–1485: H. Vander Meeren
  • 1485–1496: Roland de Mol, René Van Thienen
  • 1486–1487: Pierre Was, Engelbert Vander Moelen
  • 1487–1488: H. de Mol, Jacques de Ruwe
  • 1488: Adriaan van Assche
  • 1488: Willem T'Serclaes
  • 1488–1489: J. de Heemvliet, J. de Walsche
  • 1489–1490: Willem T'Serclaes, J. de Poelke
  • 1490–1491: Hector Vandernoot, René Van Thienen
  • 1491–1492: Jan van Catthem, Joos Zegers
  • 1492–1493: Adriaan van Droogenbroeck, Petrus Goessens
  • 1493–1494: Helegast Vander Meeren, J. Van Zennen
  • 1494–1495: Jan Vander Meeren
  • 1495–1496: Guill. Van Bitterswyck, J. Moyensoene
  • 1496–1497: J. Vanden Heetvelde, Simon Van Doerne
  • 1497–1498: Amelric Was, Jacques de Ruwe
  • 1498–1499: Gielis Van Aelst, Pierre Goessens
  • 1499: Wenceslas T'Serclaes, J. de Walssche
  • 1525: Jan Van Nieuwenhove
  • 1546: Jan de Locquenghien
  • 1574–1576: Jacob Taye, lord of Gooik
  • 1576–1577: Antoon Quarré, Petrus Cuyerman
  • 1577–1578: Karel van Brecht, Frans Jacobs
  • 1578–1579: Leonard Vandenhecke, Willem de Smet
  • 1579–1580: Jacob Taye, Simon de Sailly
  • 1580–1581: Leonard Vandenhecke, Adriaan Van Conincxloo

Spanish and Austrian Netherlands (1581–1794)

  • 1581–1585: Hendrik de Bloyere
  • 1585–1586: Jacques Taye, J. Van Geersmeutere
  • 1586–1588: Lanceloot Schets van Grobbendonck, baron de Wesemale, J. Van Gersmeutere
  • 1588–1590: Philippe de Rodoan, lord of Bergeghem
  • 1590–1592: Hendrik van Dongelberghe, Gabriel Van Bemmel
  • 1592–1594: Gielis de Busleyden, Willem de Vaddere
  • 1594–1596: Henri de Dongelberghe, Arnold Addiers
  • 1596–1598: François de Senft
  • 1598–1599: Hendrik van Dongelberghe, Willem de Vaddere
  • 1600–1601: Karel van Lathem, Gérard Mouton
  • 1602: J. Duquesnoy, Lord van Steen
  • 1603–1604: Hendrik van Dongelberghe, Arnold Addiers
  • 1605: Karel van Lathem, Gérard Mouton
  • 1606: Hendrik van Dongelberghe, Arnold Addiers
  • 1607: Jacques Vandernoot, seigneur de Kiesekem, Gérard Mouton
  • 1608–1609: Égide de Busleyden, Guillaume de Smet
  • 1609: Charles de Lathem, Simon de Sailly
  • 1610–1611: Hendrik van Dongelberghe, Arnold Addiers
  • 1620: Englebert de Taye, baron of Wemmel
  • 1646: François de Dongelberghe
  • 1699: Charles-Léopold Fierlant
  • 1700–1702: Roger Walter van der Noot, baron of Carloo
  • 1702–1707: Charles van den Berghen, comte de Limminghe
  • 1707–1724: Jean Baptiste Aurelius Walhorn

French Republic (1794–1804)

  • 1795–1800: Jean-Baptiste Verlooy
  • 1800: Arconati
  • 1800–1803: Nicolas Rouppe
  • 1803–1804: Van Langenhoven

First French Empire (1804–1815)

Kingdom of the Netherlands (1815–1830)

  • 1815–1830: Baron Louis de Wellens

Kingdom of Belgium (1830–present)

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(1769–1838) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 1830 | 3 August 1838
(Died in office) | Independent |- ! style="background:;"| ! 2 | | Guillaume-Hippolyte van Volxem
(1791–1868) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 13 September 1838 | 13 April 1841 | Independent |- ! style="background:;"| ! 3 | | François-Jean Wyns de Raucour
(1779–1857) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 14 April 1841 | 1848 | Independent |- ! style="background:;"| ! 4 | | Charles de Brouckère
(1796–1860) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 1848 | 20 April 1860
(Died in office) | Liberal Party |- ! style="background:;"| ! 5 | | André-Napoléon Fontainas
(1807–1863) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 21 April 1860 | 19 July 1863
(Died in office) | Liberal Party |- ! style="background:;"| ! 6 | | Jules Anspach
(1829–1879) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 15 October 1863 | 19 May 1879
(Died in office) | Liberal Party |- ! style="background:;"| ! 7 | | Felix Vanderstraeten
(1823–1884) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 20 May 1879 | 1881 | Liberal Party |- ! style="background:;"| ! 8 | | Charles Buls
(1837–1914) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 1881 | 1889 | Liberal Party |- ! style="background:;"| ! 9 | | Emile De Mot
(1835–1909) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 1889 | 1909 | Liberal Party |- ! style="background:;"| ! 10 | | Adolphe Max
(1869–1939) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 6 December 1909 | 6 November 1939
(Died in office) | Liberal Party |- ! style="background:;"| ! 11 | | Joseph Van De Meulebroeck
(1876–1958) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 28 November 1939 | 13 February 1956 | Liberal Party |- ! style="background:;"| ! 12 | | Lucien Cooremans
(1889–1985) | •
(Appointed by Monarch) | 14 February 1956 | 29 August 1975 | Party for Freedom and Progress |- ! style="background:;"| ! 13 | | Pierre Van Halteren
(1911–2009) | •
(1976) | 30 August 1975 | 1983 | Party for Freedom and Progress |- ! style="background:;"| ! 14 | | Hervé Brouhon
(1924–1993) | •
(1982) | 1983 | 10 April 1993
(Died in office) | Socialist Party |- ! style="background:;"| ! 15 | | Michel Demaret
(1940–2000) | •
(Appointed by City Council) | 20 July 1993 | 24 March 1994 | Humanist Democratic Centre |- ! style="background:;"| ! 16 | | Freddy Thielemans
(born in 1944) | 1st
(1994) | 28 April 1994 | 9 January 1995 | Socialist Party |- ! style="background:;"| ! 17 | | François-Xavier de Donnea
(born in 1941) | •
(Appointed by City Council) | 21 May 1995 | 18 October 2000 | Reformist Movement |- ! rowspan=2 style="background:;"| ! rowspan=2|18 | rowspan=2| | rowspan=2|Freddy Thielemans
(born in 1944) | 2nd
(2000) | rowspan=2|16 January 2001 | rowspan=2|13 December 2013 | rowspan=2|Socialist Party |- | 3rd
(2006) |- ! style="background:;"| ! 19 | | Yvan Mayeur
(born in 1960) | •
(2012) | 13 December 2013 | Incumbent | Socialist Party |}

See also

Notes

  1. Kwartieren.short notice
  2. Letters of Anthonie Heinsius, 1702-1720.short notice
  3. Vannoppen, Henri, Everberg, Le village des Princes. article
  4. Site Ursel Family. article

External links

  • The Mayors of Brussels
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