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Cyrus Lovell

Lovell was born on September 9, 1804 in Grafton, Vermont to parents Enos and Mary. In 1829, Lovell moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan. He later moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan, where he started his law career, and in 1832 built the first dwelling in Kalam ...

Daniel P. Markey

Markey was born to parents James and Catherine Markey on June 27, 1857 in Bunker Hill Township, Ingham County, Michigan. Markey graduated from Pinckney High School. Markey was admitted to the bar in April 1881. In 1883, Markey was appointed proba ...

Joseph Mason (settler)

Joseph Mason, was an explorer, business man, law man, and early settler of the Colorado Territory He is best known as the "Father of Fort Collins, Colorado". Mason was an early white homesteader in Larimer County, Colorado in the 1860-ies. Mason ...

Azariah S. Partridge

On January 5, 1881, Partridge was elected as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the Genesee County 1st district as a Republican. He held this seat until 1882. In 1886, Partridge ran unsuccessfully as a Prohibitionist candidate ...

Marcus M. Pomeroy

Marcus M. "Brick" Pomeroy was La Crosse, Wisconsin newspaperman, editor of the La Crosse Democrat. During the American Civil War he was a Copperhead, who in an editorial called Abraham Lincoln "fungus from the corrupt womb of bigotry and fanatici ...

Alfred Pond

On January 4, 1847, Pond was sworn in as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the Genesee County district as a Democratic. He served until 1848.

Daniel G. Quackenboss

Quackenboss served as a member of the New York State Assembly from the Greene County district in 1841. Around 1845, he moved to Tecumseh, Michigan. While living in Michigan, he served as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the ...

Gilbert E. Read

Read was served as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the Kalamazoo County 2nd district from 1861 to 1862. Then he served as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the Kalamazoo County 1st district from 1863 to ...

James Seymour (Michigan politician)

On January 5, 1853, Seymour was worn in as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the Genesee County 1st district as a Republican. He served in this seat until 1854. He was then sworn in as a member of the Michigan Senate on Janua ...

Henry A. Shaw

Shaw enlisted in Company B of the Michigan 2nd Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 as a Private. He was promoted to the position of Major on November 12, 1861. He was mustered out on September 3, 1862.

Peter Van Vliet

Peter Van Vliet was an American farmer from Caledonia who served on the first Racine County Board of Supervisors, and spent one term as a Free Soil Party member of the Wisconsin State Assembly representing part of Racine County.

Henry N. Walker

In Fredonia, New York, Walker graduated from an academy, and then started to practice law. On November 6, 1843, Walker was elected as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the Wayne County district. He served in this position in ...

P. Dean Warner

Warner was married to Rhoda Elizabeth Botsford. Together, they were the parent of at least one child, and were the adoptive parents of Fred M. Warner.

Parker Warren

Parker Warren was an American farmer from Beaver Dam, Wisconsin who served a one-year term in 1849 as a Free Soil Party member of the Wisconsin State Assembly from Dodge County.

L. Whitney Watkins

Watkins was a member of Michigan state board of agriculture from 1899 to 1905. Watkins was elected to the Michigan Senate on November 3, 1908. He served from January 6, 1909 to 1912. Watkins was a delegate to Republican National Convention from M ...

William McDaniel

William McDaniel may refer to: William J. McDaniel born 1943, United States Navy Rear Admiral. William McDaniel politician 1801–1866, U.S. Representative from Missouri. William Roberts McDaniel 1861–1942, academic and namesake of McDaniel College.

Jonathan J. Woodman

Woodman was sworn in as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the Van Buren County district on January 2, 1861 and served until 1862. Woodman was then sworn in on January 6, 1863 to represent the Van Buren County 1st district unt ...

Joan Adam

Joan Adam is an American politician, attorney and historic preservation advocate who served five terms as a member of the Kansas House of Representatives as the representative from the 48th District in Atchison, Kansas. A Democrat, she was electe ...

Denise Apt

Denise Coleman Apt was an American politician who served as a member of the Kansas House of Representatives as the representative from the 10th District in Allen County, Kansas from 1981 to 1989. Born Denise Coleman in Maywood, Illinois, a repres ...

Jayne Aylward

Jayne Aylward is an American politician who served as a member of the Kansas House of Representatives as the representative from the 74th District in Saline County, Kansas from 1979 to 1991. Following her service in the Kansas Legislature, she be ...

Laura Baird

Laura L. Baird is an American politician and judge. She was a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from 1995 to 2000, when she was elected a judge of the Michigan Circuit Court.

Herbert F. Baker

Baker moved to Cheboygan County, Michigan in 1889 as a farmer. Baker served as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from 1907 to 1912 as a Republican. During his last term, he served as Speaker of the Michigan House of Representative ...

Edward Barbour

Edward A. Barbour Jr. was an American Democratic politician and lawyer who served in the Missouri General Assembly. He served in the Missouri Senate from 1935 until 1943 and in the Missouri House of Representatives from 1923 until 1925. Barbour w ...

W. Onico Barker

William Onico Barker is an American politician who served as a member of the Virginia Senate from 1980 to 1992. He ran for the Republican nomination to succeed Dan Daniel in Congress in 1988 but lost to Reagan White House aide Linda Arey.

Richard Boehning

Richard A. Boehning born July 2, 1937) was an American politician and businessman who served as a state representative and state House Majority Floor Leader from Indiana as a Republican.

James B. Bradley

Bradley worked as a physician and surgeon in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Bradley was elected to the position of Michigan Auditor General in 1904, and served from 1905 to 1908. Bradley was a candidate in the Republican primary for the 1908 Michigan gu ...

Jim Joseph Carmichall

Jim Joseph Carmichall, also known as Jimmie Joe Carmichall, was a Texas politician that served in the Texas House of Representatives from the 54th district.

Nellie Cline Steenson

Nellie Cline Steenson was an American politician and lawyer who served in the Kansas House of Representatives, Idaho House of Representatives and Idaho Senate. A Democrat, she was the elected county attorney of Pawnee County, Kansas before her 19 ...

Ruby Cohen

Rubin H. Ruby Cohen was an American politician from Connecticut. Cohen was born in new York city March 25, 1911, to parents Max and Molly Levine Cohen. He purchased "Harrys place" on the side named for its first owner, Harry Shmucker, in 1925. Co ...

John W. Connolly

Connolly was born in Detroit, Michigan on July 4, 1911. Connolly graduated from Georgetown University Law School in 1936. In 1937, he began work as a lawyer.

Theodore Dammann

Theodore Dammann was a politician from the U.S. state of Wisconsin. He served as that states twenty-third Secretary of State, serving six terms from January 3, 1927 to January 2, 1939. For his first four terms he was a Republican and served under ...

Herman H. Dignan

Dignan worked as a hardware dealer. On November 6, 1934, Dignan was elected as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the Shiawassee County district. He served in this position from January 2, 1935 to 1938. On November 8, 1939, he ...

James P. Hannan

Hannan was born in Buffalo, New York on July 5, 1918. Hannan graduated from elementary school in Golden, Colorado and from high school in Milan, Michigan. Hannan earned a Bachelor of Laws from Wayne State University.

Jesse M. Hatch

Hatch was born in the Lee Center in Lee Township, Michigan on May 27, 1858 to parents James W. and Juliette Hatch. Hatch graduated from the University of Michigan Law School.

Frances Hunt

Frances Matthew Jones Hunt was an American progressive era politician who is best known for being the first woman elected to a seat in the Arkansas General Assembly. In 1922, Hunt was elected to a seat in the Arkansas House of Representatives.

J. Weston Hutchins

Hutchins was elected to the Michigan Senate on November 5, 1912. He served from January 1, 1913 to 1914. Hutchins was a member of the Progressive Party. Hutchins was not re-elected in 1914.

Beatrice Jacquart

Beatrice Jacquart was an American politician who served as a member of the Kansas House of Representatives from 1957 to 1966 as the representative of the 121st District in Haskell County, Kansas. 1957-1958 Committee Of The Kansas House Jobs Citie ...

Verda James

She was born to parents William Henry James, a railroad worker, and Sarah Ann James, in the town of Stratford, Ontario in Canada, on September 27, 1901. She studied at the University of Iowa, and graduated in 1927. After graduating she became a t ...

Andrew Johnson (Michigan politician)

Andrew Johnson was a member of the Michigan House of Representatives who served from 1942 to 1943. Johnson was born in Kent, Michigan. Johnson was Congregationalist. Johnson married Garnett Daley in 1915. Together they had five children. Johnson ...

Kevin Kehoe (Illinois politician)

Kehoe was born 1954/1955 and raised in Missouri. Kehoe earned a bachelors degree from Columbia University and a juris doctor from the Saint Louis University School of Law. He later lived in Maryland before moving to Decatur, Illinois in 1990. In ...

J. Jack Kennedy Jr.

Joe Jack Kennedy Jr. is an American politician who served in the Virginia Senate and House of Delegates. He was first elected to the House in 1987 after defeating incumbent James W. Robinson in the Democratic primary. Kennedy ran successfully for ...

Sheridan F. Master

Master served as the Kalamazoo County Prosecuting Attorney from 1901 to 1902. Master was a failed 1905 candidate for circuit judge in Michigan 9th Circuit Court. Master served as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the Kalamazo ...

Bernard McIntyre

Bernard McIntyre is an American former state politician who was a Democratic member of the 37th Oklahoma Legislature representing the 73rd district in Tulsa County. A graduate of Booker T. Washington High School, he was elected to the Oklahoma Ho ...

James R. McNutt

McNutt served as Midland County sheriff from 1977 to 1990. McNutt was sworn in as the member of the Michigan House of Representatives from the 102nd district on January 4, 1991 and served in this position until 1992. He then represented the 98th ...

Thomas J. Michie Jr.

Thomas Johnson Michie Jr. was an American attorney and politician who served as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates and Virginia Senate. He was defeated for reelection in 1991 by Edgar Robb.

Minnie Minnich

Minnie Minnich was an American politician who served one term in the Kansas House of Representatives representing the 69th District in Sumner County, Kansas. A social worker and resident of Wellington, Kansas, she was elected in 1920 as part of t ...

John Edward Moran

John Edward Moran more commonly referred to as J. Edward Moran was an American politician who served as the 30th Mayor of Burlington, Vermont.

Peter Morey

Morey was a Democrat. Morey was admitted to the bar in 1831. He praticed law in New York for four years until in 1835 he moved to Tecumseh, Michigan. In 1837, Morey moved to Detroit. He served as Michigan Attorney General from 1837 to 1841. Morey ...

Frank Murphy (lieutenant governor)

Murphy was born on May 15, 1897 in Rensselaer, New York to parents William and Katheryn Murphy. In 1920, Murphy moved to Detroit, Michigan. There, he attended University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.

Frank Murphy (Michigan legislator)

Murphy was born in Wyandotte, Michigan on January 12, 1878. Murphy was of Irish descent. His father, Frank Murphy, was a judge in this area and worked in the insurance business.