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Page 119 - NJ , graduating from the latter in 1869; studied law and was admitted to the bar, and began the practice of his profession in Lowville in 1873; in 1885 was elected to the State senate from the district consisting of Lewis, St.
Page 63 - ... comrades, who carried the wounded man to a swamp and securely hid him until the British had withdrawn. The father of Mr. Guilbert came to this country from France when a youth and settled in Guernsey county. The subject of this sketch was educated in the public schools and at Wenona Academy, Illinois. He was twice elected Auditor of Noble county, Ohio, and proved himself a most capable official. In 1888 he became chief clerk in the Auditor of State's office, continuing in that position until...
Page 66 - July, 1876, in order to give his entire attention to the duties of his position as chairman of the state committee during the national campaign of that year.
Page 63 - He was renotninated unanimously in 1899 and elected by an increased plurality for a second term on which he entered in January 1900. Mr. Guilbert has been active in the affairs of his party having- served as chairman of his county committee for a number of years, and as a member of the state executive committee. He was also a delegate to the national republican convention in 1888. Mr. Guilbert was married February 5, 1868, to Miss Mary L.
Page 138 - ... was born in Auburn, Geauga county, Ohio, in 1851, and passed the first twenty years of his life on a farm. Having passed through the common, schools, he became a teacher for two winters. In 1871 he entered Hiram college, where he studied four years, and after that one year in Buchtel college. In 1870 he moved to Cleveland to pursue the study of law.
Page 43 - Columbus in 1886, he was nominated for the office of judge of the supreme court. He was elected and took his seat upon the bench of that court on the 9th of February, 1887.
Page 47 - ... he was nominated by the republican state convention for the office of Auditor of State, which office he filled for three successive terms.
Page 52 - July 12, 1880, when he became librarian, which position he still holds, being now in the thirty-first year of his service in connection with the library, which is ample evidence of his unusual fitness for the office and the faithfulness with which he has discharged its duties. Mr. Beebe read law, and was admitted to the bar January 28, 1875. He compiled and published a volume of " Corrections of the errors found in the citations of authorities in the Ohio reports, including the twenty volumes Ohio...
Page 48 - He obtained his early education in a private school and the public schools of Johnsville. In 1866 he graduated in the classical course from Otterbein University, Westerville, Ohio. He attended the law school of the University of Michigan, graduating from the same in 1867. He entered upon the general practice of the law at Dayton, Ohio, continuing the same until 1884 when he was elected upon the Republican ticket to the Second Circuit Court. He was re-elected Judge of the Circuit Court in 1889. At...