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" KLEBERG, of Cuero, was born June 26, 1847, in Austin County, Tex. ; received a liberal education at private schools; joined Tom Green's brigade of cavalry in the Confederate army in the spring of 1864, and served until the close of the war; completed... "
EARLY HISTORY WITH BIOGRAPHIES OF STATE OFFICERS - Page 253
1888
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New Outlook, Volume 62

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1899
...his discharge. A year later he re-entered the army as Colonel of an Iowa regiment, and served till the close of the war. He was admitted to the bar in Dubuque, Iowa, in the fall of 1865, held the office of Collector of Internal Revenue from the close...
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AMERICAN BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY

1878
...Detroit, three or four months. After that time, he again engaged in the active duties of a soldier until the close of the war. He was admitted to the bar, in Grand Haven, Michigan, in 1866. After practicing > 77 alone for a time, he entered into partnership...
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Michigan nisi prius cases decided by the state and federal courts in ...

Charles Boynton Howell - Judges - 1884 - 384 pages
...Alpena, was'born at Ypsilanti, Mich., in 1843; was educated at the public schools at Ypsilanti, and at the State University; volunteered his services to...spring of 1864, and served until the close of the war. Mr. Em^rick was admitted to the bar in March, 1874, at Ann Arbor, and afterwards held the office...
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OFFICIAL CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. For the use of the United States Congress.

Albert H. Washburn - 1897
...liberal education at private schools; joined Tom Green's brigade of cavalry in the Confederate army in the spring of 1864, and served until the close of the war; completed his education after the war; studied law in San Antonio, Tex., and was admitted to the...
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OFFICIAL CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY, For the use of the United States Congress

pitman pulsifer - 1897
...liberal education at private schools; joined Tom Green's brigade of cavalry in the Confederate army in the spring of 1864, and served until the close of the war; completed his education after the war; studied law in San Antonio, Tex., and was admitted to the...
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Official cogressional directory first edition

A. J. Halford - 1898
...liberal education at private schools; joined Tom Green's brigade of cavalry in the Confederate army in the spring of 1864, and served until the close of the war; completed his education after the war; studied law in San Antonio, Tex. , and. was adm1tted to...
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The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography

James Terry White - United States - 1898
...attaining the rank of lieutenant. He was wounded at the battles of Chickamauga, Ga., and Franklin, Tenn. At the close of the war he was admitted to the bar in Little Rock, and soon after joined the firm of Rice & Benjamin, which was dissolved in 1868. Mr. Ratcliffe...
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Lamb's Biographical Dictionary of the United States, Volume 1

John Howard Brown - United States - 1900
...assistant quartermaster. He afterwards served in the same capacity on General Pennypacker's staff until the close of the war. He was admitted to the bar in 1871, and practised in Schuylkill county. In 1878 the Republican electors of the thirteenth congressional...
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OFFICIAL CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY FOR THE USE OF THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS.

The Clerk Of Printing Records - 1900
...liberal education at private schools; joined Tom Green's brigade of cavalry in the Confederate army in the spring of 1864, and served until the close of the war; completed his education after the war; studied law in San Antonio, Tex., and was admitted to the...
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congressional directory 2nd session, 56th congress

A.J. Halford - 1900
...liberal education at private schools; joined Tom Green's brigade of cavalry in the Confederate army in the spring of 1864, and served until the close of the war; completed his education after the war: studied law in San Antonio, Tex., and was admitted to the...
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