7/12/1804 Born in New Ipswich, NH 1818-1822 Attended, and graduated from, Bowdoin College where his uncle Jesse was President. 1822-1826 Studied law in Groton, MA then Alfred, ME. Admitted to the Bar in Amherst, NH 1826-1832 Practiced law briefly in Dixmont then Sebec, then moved to Bangor 1852-1862 Appointed Associate Justice, Maine Supreme Judicial Court 1862-1883 Chief Justice 7/7/1891 Died in Bangor
8/18/1803 Born in Rumney, NH 1827 Admitted to the bar. Practiced in Newfield, ME 1830-1833 Maine House of Representatives. Speaker last two years 1834-1837 Maine Attorney General 1838 U.S. Congressional Representative. Served two terms 1846-1848 U.S. Attorney General 1848 Peace Commissioner to Mexico 1858-1881 New England seat on U.S. Supreme Court 7/25/1881 Died in Cornish, ME
5/6/1813 Born in Lewiston 1836 Graduated Bowdoin College 1839 Graduated Medical College of Ohio in Cincinnati and returned to Lewiston to start his medical practice 1847 Started the Lewiston Journal with W.H. Waldron 1853-1854 Maine House of Representatives 1855-1856 Maine Senate 1857-1858 Maine House of Representatives 1871 Mayor of Lewiston 1/8/1879-1/17/1880 Governor (elected by the Legislature) 12/8/1906
Died in Medford, MA
11/11/1811 Born in Waterville, ME 1835 Admitted to the Maine Bar and practiced law in Waterville 1839 Maine House of Representatives 1844-1848 Maine Attorney General. Moved to Bangor in 1847. 1/5/1848 - 6/7/1848 U.S. Senator (filled vacancy caused by death of John Fairfield until successor elected). Resumed law practice in Bangor. 1852 Returned to Waterville to practice law. Superintendent of construction of railroad from Waterville to Bangor. 1859-1861 Appointed by Pres. Buchanan as consel general to the British North American Provinces then returned to Waterville law practice. 1868 Purchased estate near Lynchburg, Va. and operated iron furnace. 3/10/1869 Died in Lynchburg. Buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Waterville.
9/2/1840 Born in Raymond 1860 Graduated Bowdoin College 1863 Admitted to Bar, Portland 1868 Chosen city solicitor of Portland 1872-1878 Superior Court Judge, Cumberland County 1878-1884 Associate Justice, Maine Supreme Judicial Court 1884-1918 Practiced law in Portland 9/28/1918 Died in Bethlehem, NH
3/9/1776 Born in East Bridgewater, MA 1795 Graduated Brown University 1799 Admitted to the Bar of Plymouth County, then came to New Gloucester, Maine in April 1808 Elected to the U.S. Congress and served three terms 1816, 1819 Member of the constitutional conventions in Maine 1816, 1818, 1821 Served again in Congress 1822 Appointed Chief Justice, Court of Common Pleas (Maine) where he presided for about 20 years 1841-1848 Chief Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court 8/1/1866 Died in East Bridgewater, MA
7/31/1779 Born in Canterbury, CT 1804 Graduated Brown University 1807 Admitted to the Bar and started a practice in Bangor 1811 County Attorney for Hancock Co. 1816-1820 Member of Mass. State Senate (until Maine's statehood) 1820, 1821 Maine Senate President 1821 Acting Governor after William King's resignation 1821-1823 U.S. Representative to 17th Congress 1824-1840 Probate Judge, Penobscot Co. 1838-1841 Bank commissioner 5/27/1846 Died in Bangor, ME