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Ira Perley
Chief Justice of the
Superior Court of Judicature
In office
August 1, 1864 – September 1869
Preceded bySamuel Dana Bell
Succeeded byHenry Adams Bellows
Chief Justice of the
Superior Court of Judicature
In office
July 20, 1855 – October 1, 1859
Appointed byRalph Metcalf[1]
Preceded byAndrew Salter Woods
Succeeded bySamuel Dana Bell
Associate Justice of the
Superior Court of Judicature
In office
October 1852[1] – July 1855[1]
Appointed bySamuel Dinsmoor Jr.[1]
Member of the
New Hampshire House of Representatives
From Hanover, New Hampshire
Member of the
New Hampshire House of Representatives
From Concord, New Hampshire
Personal details
BornNovember 9, 1799
DiedFebruary 26, 1874
Concord, New Hampshire
Spouse(s)Mary S. Nelson
ProfessionLawyer

Ira Perley (November 9, 1799–February 26, 1874) was the Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Superior Court of Judicature 1855–1859 and 1864–1869.[2][1]

Perley was born November 9, 1799, to Samuel and Phebe (Dresser) Perley.[3]

Perley represented both Hanover and Concord in the New Hampshire House of Representatives.[3]

Perley was appointed by Governor Samuel Dinsmoor Jr. as an Associate Justice of the Superior Court of Judicature on October 1852 and as the Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Judicature on July 20, 1855[4] by Governor Ralph Metcalf. Perley resigned from the court on October 1, 1859, he was reappointed as Chief Justice on August 1, 1864,[4] and he resigned again in September 1869.[4][1]

Perley was elected a member of the American Antiquarian Society in 1866.[5]

Perley died on February 26, 1874 in Concord, New Hampshire.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Ex-Chief Justice Perley, Of New-Hampshire" (pdf). New York Times. February 27, 1874. Retrieved May 29, 2011.
  2. ^ Russell Bastedo. "Publications - Descriptions of Portraits of Justices and Others at the New Hampshire Supreme Court Building Concord, New Hampshire". Retrieved May 29, 2011.
  3. ^ a b c Perley, Sidney (1880), The History of Boxford, Essex County, Massachusetts: From the Earliest Settlement Known to the Present Time: a Period of about Two Hundred and Thirty Years, Boxford, Massachusetts: Sidney Perley, p. 360.
  4. ^ a b c Secretary of State (1903), Manual for the General Court, No 8, Concord, New Hampshire: New Hampshire Secretary of State, p. 375.
  5. ^ American Antiquarian Society Members Directory
Legal offices
Preceded by
Andrew Salter Woods
Chief Justice of the New Hampshire
Superior Court of Judicature

July 20, 1855-October 1, 1859
Succeeded by
Samuel Dana Bell
Preceded by
Samuel Dana Bell
Chief Justice of the New Hampshire
Superior Court of Judicature

August 1, 1864-September 1869
Succeeded by
Henry Adams Bellows


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