Taylor's Legislative History and Souvenir of Connecticut, 190-: 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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W. H. Taylor, 1908 - Connecticut
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Page 90 - Statutes, and in 1917, when he was a member of the Judiciary Committee and chairman of the Belknap county delegation.
Page 151 - In politics he is a Democrat and he is a member of the Church of Immaculate Conception.
Page 315 - Assembly of 1876 and was a successful First Selectman for many years. The subject of this sketch was educated in the common schools and was graduated from the Hartford Public High School, class of 1885; Yale College class of 1889, and Yale Law School, class of 1891, receiving the degree of LL.B.
Page 303 - He is a Republican in politics and a member of the Episcopal Church.
Page 255 - He is a Republican and has always taken an active interest in politics.
Page 211 - Work; he is a member of the Episcopal Church ; he is also a member of the EF W., Ellis Lodge No.
Page 40 - ... 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...
Page 266 - He is a thirty-second degree Mason and a "Shriner." He is a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, Connecticut Society. He faithfully served on the Committee on Appropriations.
Page 33 - Buell has always taken an active interest in the affairs of his party and was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention in 1902.
Page 171 - He is a Republican in politics, a member of the Congregational Church of which he is treasurer and secretary, and treasurer of the Union Cemetery Association.

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