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George G. Crocker

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George Glover Crocker
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Chairman of the
Massachusetts State Board of Railroad Commissioners [1]
In office
February 1887[1] – January 1892[1]
Member of the
Massachusetts State Board of Railroad Commissioners[1]
In office
February 1887[1] – January 1892[1]
President of the Massachusetts Senate[1][2]
In office
1883[1][2] – 1883[1][2]
Preceded byRobert R. Bishop
Succeeded byGeorge A. Bruce
Member of the
Massachusetts Senate[1][2]
In office
1880[1][2] – 1883[1][2]
Member of the
Massachusetts House of Representatives[1][2]
In office
1873[1] – 1874[1]
Personal details
BornDecember 15, 1843
Boston, Massachusetts
DiedMay 27, 1913(1913-05-27) (aged 69)
Cohasset, Massachusetts
Political partyRepublican[1]
Spouse(s)Annie Bliss Keep; m. June 19, 1875[1]
ChildrenCourtenay Crocker
Alma materBoston Latin School, 1860; Harvard College, 1864; Harvard Law School,[1] 1866[2]

George Glover Crocker was a Massachusetts lawyer and politician who served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, and as a member, and President of, the Massachusetts Senate.[3][1][2]

Early life

Crocker was born in Boston,Massachusetts on December 15, 1843[1] to Uriel and Sarah Kidder (Haskell) Crocker.[1]

Legal career

Crocker was admitted to the Massachusetts bar at Suffolk County on July 3, 1867.[2]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v Toomey, Daniel P. (1892), Massachusetts of Today: A Memorial of the State, Historical and Biographical, Boston, MA: Columbia Publishing Company, p. 107.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Davis, William Thomas (1895), Bench and Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Volume I, Boston, Ma: The Boston History Company, p. 307.
  3. ^ "Transit Board Chiarman Dead". The Boston Globe. May 27, 1913. p. 1. Retrieved 2019-06-27.
Political offices
Preceded by
Robert R. Bishop
President of the Massachusetts Senate
Succeeded by
George A. Bruce
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