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- For other people named George E. Walker, see George Walker (disambiguation).
George Edward Walker Sr. (1878 – 1953) was an attorney and a member of the Charlottesville City Council from 1900 to 1904.
Frederick William Twyman (1872 – 1938) known as Fred W. Twyman, was a Charlottesville politician and businessman whose career spanned over thirty years. At the time of his death in 1938 he was was head of the Jefferson-Lafayette Corporation and a member of the Charlottesville City Council. In 1932 he was unanimously elected Mayor by the City Council. In all he served the city through three forms of government.
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