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Canterbury (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): entry williamson-william-durkee
Williamson, William Durkee 1779-1846 Historian; born in Canterbury, Conn., July 31, 1779; settled in Amherst, Mass.; graduated at Brown College in 1804; studied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock county in 1824-40; and the author of History of the State of Maine, from its first discovery to the Separation (2 volumes). He died in Bangor, Me., May 27, 1846.
Bangor (Maine, United States) (search for this): entry williamson-william-durkee
Williamson, William Durkee 1779-1846 Historian; born in Canterbury, Conn., July 31, 1779; settled in Amherst, Mass.; graduated at Brown College in 1804; studied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock cdied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock county in 1824-40; and the author of History of the State of Maine, from its first discovery to the Separation (2 volumes). He died in Bangor, Me., May 27, 1846.
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry williamson-william-durkee
Williamson, William Durkee 1779-1846 Historian; born in Canterbury, Conn., July 31, 1779; settled in Amherst, Mass.; graduated at Brown College in 1804; studied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock county in 1824-40; and the author of History of the State of Maine, from its first discovery to the Separation (2 volumes). He died in Bangor, Me., May 27, 1846.
Maine (Maine, United States) (search for this): entry williamson-william-durkee
Historian; born in Canterbury, Conn., July 31, 1779; settled in Amherst, Mass.; graduated at Brown College in 1804; studied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock county in 1824-40; and the author of Histudied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock county in 1824-40; and the author of History of the State of Maine, from its first discovery to the Separation (2 volumes). He died in Bangor, Me., May 27, 1846.
Amherst (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry williamson-william-durkee
Williamson, William Durkee 1779-1846 Historian; born in Canterbury, Conn., July 31, 1779; settled in Amherst, Mass.; graduated at Brown College in 1804; studied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock county in 1824-40; and the author of History of the State of Maine, from its first discovery to the Separation (2 volumes). He died in Bangor, Me., May 27, 1846.
Williamson, William Durkee 1779-1846 Historian; born in Canterbury, Conn., July 31, 1779; settled in Amherst, Mass.; graduated at Brown College in 1804; studied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock county in 1824-40; and the author of History of the State of Maine, from its first discovery to the Separation (2 volumes). He died in Bangor, Me., May 27, 1846.
William Durkee Williamson (search for this): entry williamson-william-durkee
Williamson, William Durkee 1779-1846 Historian; born in Canterbury, Conn., July 31, 1779; settled in Amherst, Mass.; graduated at Brown College in 1804; studied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock county in 1824-40; and the author of History of the State of Maine, from its first discovery to the Separation (2 volumes). He died in Bangor, Me., May 27, 1846.
Williamson, William Durkee 1779-1846 Historian; born in Canterbury, Conn., July 31, 1779; settled in Amherst, Mass.; graduated at Brown College in 1804; studied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock county in 1824-40; and the author of History of the State of Maine, from its first discovery to the Separation (2 volumes). He died in Bangor, Me., May 27, 1846.
Williamson, William Durkee 1779-1846 Historian; born in Canterbury, Conn., July 31, 1779; settled in Amherst, Mass.; graduated at Brown College in 1804; studied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock county in 1824-40; and the author of History of the State of Maine, from its first discovery to the Separation (2 volumes). He died in Bangor, Me., May 27, 1846.
Williamson, William Durkee 1779-1846 Historian; born in Canterbury, Conn., July 31, 1779; settled in Amherst, Mass.; graduated at Brown College in 1804; studied law and began practice in Bangor, Me.; and held a seat in the Massachusetts Senate in 1816-20. In the latter year, when Maine separated from Massachusetts, he was made president of the first Maine Senate, and when Gov. William King resigned became acting governor. He was a member of Congress in 1821-23; probate judge of Hancock county in 1824-40; and the author of History of the State of Maine, from its first discovery to the Separation (2 volumes). He died in Bangor, Me., May 27, 1846.
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