1791, Abraham J. Lansingh (1720-1791)
1792, Levinus Lansingh (1749-1836)
1793, Aaron Lane (1755-1825)
1794, John Van Rensselaer
1795-1798, James Hickok (1757-1823)*
1799-1800, Elijah Janes (1758-1823)
1801-1805, John Dean Dickinson (1767-1841) (Federalist Party?)
1806-1808, David Allen (abt 1773-1820)
1809, Ebenezer William Walbridge (1779-1856)
1810, James Hickok (1757-1823)*
1811 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1812 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1813 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1814 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1815 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1816 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1817 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1818 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1819 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1820 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1821 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1822 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1823-1824, Gerrit Peebles (1769–1841)
1825 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1826-1827, Gardiner Tracy (1777-1849)
1828 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1829, John Milton Caswell (1777-1857) * (Whig Party?)
1830 records missing – can anyone fill in the blanks?
1831-1834, John Milton Caswell (1777-1857) * (Whig Party?)
1835, William McMurray (1797-1851)
1836-1837, John Milton Caswell (1777-1857)* (Whig Party?)
1838, Ebenezer William Walbridge (1779-1856)
1839, Nicholas Weaver (1799-1878) (Whig Party)
1840, John B. Chipman (1785-1871) (Whig Party)
1841, Nicholas Weaver (1799-1878) (Whig Party)
1842, John B. Chipman (1785-1871) (Whig Party)
1843-1846, John S. Fake (1800-1876)* (Whig Party)
1847, John C. Filkin (1786-1847)* (Whig Party)
1848, John B. Chipman (1785-1871) (Whig Party)
1849, John G. McMurray (1808-1876)
1850, Jonathan E. Whipple (1806-1866)* (Whig Party)
1851, Bailey G. Hathaway (1798-1874) (Whig Party)
1852, John G. McMurray (1808-1876); President pro tem Nicholas Weaver (1799-1878)
1853, Henry A. Mercer (1824-1868) (Whig Party?)
March 1854-May 1854, Daniel Nelson Van Pelt (abt 1819-abt 1884) (Democratic Party)
May 1854, Joseph Fox (1816-1899) (Temperance Party)
1855, Frederick B. Leonard (1804-1872) (American Party?)
1856, John G. McMurray (1808-1876) (Republican Party)
1857, Thomas Curran (abt 1803-1881)
1858, Col. Henry A. Mercer (1824-1868)
1859, Bailey G. Hathaway (1798-1874)
1860, Charles Clark (abt 1820-1870)
1861, Jonathan E. Whipple (1806-1866)* (Republican Party?)
1862-1863, Robert H. Dickson (1823-1898) (Republican Party)
1864, Edward P. Pickett* (abt 1820-bef 1888?) (Republican Party)
1865-1866, Robert H. Dickson (1823-1898) (Republican Party)
1867-1868, William Allin, Jr. (1818-1869) (Democratic Party)
1869-1872, Seth P. Welch (abt 1825-1890) (Republican Party?)
1873-1875, Robert H. Dickson (1823-1898) (Republican Party)
1876, James McQuide (1832-1902) (Republican Party?)
1877-1878, Charles H. Dauchy (1843-1903) (Democratic Party)
1879-1880, Frederick Elliott Draper, Sr. (1843-1916) (Republican Party?)
1881-1882, James McQuide (1832-1902) (Republican Party?)
1883-1884, Campbell William Witbeck (1845-1915) (Republican Party?)
1885-1886, Isaac G. Flack (1830-1899)* (Republican Party?)
1887-1890, William H. Van Kleeck (1841-abt 1908?) (Republican Party)
1891-1892, J. Thomas Dennin (1859-1909) (Democratic Party)
1893-1894, James H. Hollen (1849-1926) (Democratic Party)
1895-1897, Dr. John Magee (1854-1920) (Republican Party)
January 1897-March 1897, Marcus M. Waterman (1844-1922) (pro tem) (Republican Party?)
March 1897-1898, George Frederick Wood (1861-1943) (Republican Party?)
March 1898-1901, George Eldridge Skillman, Sr. (1843-1933) (Republican Party)

Asterisks (*) indicate men who also served at some point as Supervisors of the Town of Lansingburgh.

Anderson, George Baker. Landmarks of Rensselaer County. Syracuse, NY: D. Mason & Co., 1897. 401. https://archive.org/stream/landmarksofrenss00ande#page/n533/mode/2up
“Lansingburgh Had Many Presidents.” Troy Record. May 18, 1971: 9 cols 1-2.