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Jonathan Everett Sargent

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Jonathan Everett Sargent
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Chief Justice of the
Superior Court of Judicature
In office
1873–1874
Preceded byHenry Adams Bellows
Succeeded byEdmund Lambert Cushing
President of the New Hampshire Senate
In office
1854–1855
Preceded byJames M. Rix
Succeeded byWilliam Haile
Member of the New Hampshire Senate
Speaker of the
New Hampshire House of Representatives
In office
1853–1854
Preceded byGeorge W. Kittredge
Succeeded byFrancis R. Chase
Personal details
BornOctober 23, 1816
New London, New Hampshire
DiedJanuary 6, 1890
Concord, New Hampshire
Political partyRepublican
Alma materDartmouth College A.B. 1840, A.M. 1843
ProfessionLawyer
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Jonathan Everett Sargent (October 23, 1816 – January 6, 1890) was an American lawyer and politician who served as the Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, as the President of the New Hampshire Senate and as the Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Superior Court of Judicature.[1]

Early life

Sargent was born in New London, New Hampshire on October 23, 1816.[1]

Family

Sargent's father was Ebenezer Sargent (1768 - 1859), his mother was Prudence Chase (1774 - 1858).

Sargent had 5 children. Marie Louise Sargent (1856 - 1894), Annie Lawrie Sargent (1862 - 1865), George Lincoln Sargent (1863 - 1894) and John Jones Sargent (Unknown - 1870).[2]

Education

Sargent graduated from Dartmouth College receiving his A.B. in 1840, and his A.M. in 1843[1]

Sargent was appointed as the Chief Justice March 17, 1873, his term ended when the New Hampshire Superior Court of Judicature was abolished on August 17, 1874.[3]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c George Derby, ed. (1908), The Cyclopedia Of American Biography, Vol VI: Comprising The Men And Women Of The United States Who Have Been Identified With The Growth Of The Nation, Boston, Massachusetts: Federal Book Company, p. 613
  2. ^ www.ancestry.com https://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/jonathan-everett-sargent_174095725?geo_a=r&geo_s=us&geo_t=us&geo_v=2.0.0&o_xid=62916&o_lid=62916&o_sch=Partners. Retrieved 2019-05-08. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ Secretary of State (1903), Manual for the General Court, No 8, Concord, New Hampshire: New Hampshire Secretary of State, p. 376
Legal offices
Preceded by
Associate Justice of the New Hampshire
Superior Court of Judicature

1859-1873
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Henry Adams Bellows
Chief Justice of New Hampshire
1873-1874
Succeeded by
Edmund Lambert Cushing
Political offices
Preceded by
James M. Rix
President of the New Hampshire Senate
1854-1855
Succeeded by
William Haile
Preceded by
George W. Kittredge
Speaker of the
New Hampshire House of Representatives

1853 - 1854
Succeeded by
Francis R. Chase


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