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Secretary of State Correspondence

1820-1914

Secretary of State Correspondence Record: Letter of Lincoln Bar to the Governor regarding that they should be represented on the Supreme Judicial Court Bench, therefore they are recommending Peter Thacher to be appointed judge.

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Item Description: Letter of Lincoln Bar to the Governor regarding that they should be represented on the Supreme Judicial Court Bench, therefore they are recommending Peter Thacher to be appointed judge.
Date Written: 1859
Box and Folder: 21-2
Associated names: William Beattie; E. R. Benner; Hiram Blight; Edward B. Bourman; John Bulfinch; E. H. Burgess; Jason M. Carleton; Jonathan R. Coffin; John H. Converse; Henry Farrington; Samuel C. Fessenden; William Fessenden; Erastus Foote; E. B. French; A. P. Gould; Oliver G. Hall; L. W. Howes; Henry Ingalls; John H. Kennedy; S. S. Martele; J. O. Meserve; Albion Oakes; J. B. Oakes; David O'Brien; N. M. Pike; J. O. Robinson; Edwin Rose; E. Ross; Rufus King Sewall; J. E. Smith; Samuel E. Smith; Samuel E. Smith, Jr.; Herman Stevens; Peter Thacher; R. P. E. Thacher; Elijah Vose; E. Wilson; Wilmont Wood
Associated subjects: Judges—Maine; Supreme Judicial Court; Courts—Officials and employees—Maine; Maine—Officials and employees
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Source citation: "Secretary of State Correspondence, 1820-1914," database, Maine Genealogy (https://www.mainegenealogy.net/individual_correspondence_record.asp?id=5458 : accessed 3 December 2021), entry for Letter of Lincoln Bar to the Governor regarding that they should be represented on the Supreme Judicial Court Bench, therefore they are recommending Peter Thacher to be appointed judge., 1859, citing Hancock County Court of Sessions database, Maine State Archives.

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