Taylor's legislative history and souvenir of Connecticut, 1897-1912: Portraits and sketches of state officials, senators, representatives, etc. ... List of committees. Portraits and roll of delegates to Constitutional convention of 1902. The proposed constitution and the vote, Volume 6 (Google eBook)
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Page 82 - Statutes, and in 1917, when he was a member of the Judiciary Committee and chairman of the Belknap county delegation.
Page 307 - He was admitted to the bar in June, 1891, and has an office in the Hartford Trust Company's building, 750 Main street, Hartford. Mr. Scott was a School Visitor of his town from 1892 to 1899, and has been a director of the Public Library since 1895, and is now president of the Board.
Page 165 - Augustus I. Goodrich, of Waterbury, was born in Bristol, September 16, 1833. He is the son of George and Charlotte L. (Ives) Goodrich. He was educated at the public schools and academy of his native town and on January 22, 1861, he married Helen I. Corbett, daughter of Samuel and Rachel Corbett. They have had two children : Frederic Samuel, born September 9, 1865 and Charles Gourley, born September 19, 1869. Mr. Goodrich lived in Bristol twenty.three years and on October 6, 1856 came to Waterbury...
Page 47 - In 1905 he was a member of the Judiciary Committee and chairman of the Committee on Constitutional Amendments (Joint).
Page 92 - He is the son of Israel and Mary Ann (Williams) Allyn and was born January 20, 1875. He received his education in the common schools of the town and at Norwich Business College. Since leaving school he has been a prosperous farmer except for two years when he was clerking in the grocery business. Mr. Allyn has faithfully served the town as Town Clerk and Treasurer since January 1, 1900, and can claim the distinction of being endorsed and nominated by both political parties since 1902. He was a delegate...
Page 290 - He is a Republican and has been a member of the School Board, Councilman and Alderman, and is a member of the Second Congregational Church, of which he is trustee and deacon.
Page 246 - He is a strong temperance advocate, and is a member of the Methodist church, of which he is a trustee and a member of the committee on temperance affairs.
Page 38 - ... modern, high-posted, three-story brick building, fronting Main St., is the home of the large and constantly increasing business carried on by the builder and owner of the block, Hon. Frank H. Durgin, a native of Lee, where, in 1863, he was born to Greenleaf and Mary A. (Jenkins) Durgin. He attended the public schools of his native town, and at the age of eighteen came here and with his brother, John W. (since deceased), purchased a small grocery store on the site of his present business. He has...