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John H. Goodenow

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John Holmes Goodenow (25 September 1833 – 29 July 1906)[1] was an American politician from Maine. Goodenow, a resident of Alfred, Maine, served one term in the Maine House of Representatives (1859) and two terms in the Maine Senate (1861-1862). During both terms in the Maine Senate, Goodenow was elected Senate President. His father, Daniel Goodenow was a Whig politician and two-time Maine Attorney General and Associate Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.[2]

John Holmes Goodenow eventually became consul-general to the Ottoman Empire in Constantinopole when he was appointed by President Abraham Lincoln. He replaced fellow Maine State Senator Charles Goddard.[2]

Goodenow was a lawyer and graduate of Bowdoin College.[2]

References

  1. ^ John Holmes Goodenow at findagrave.com
  2. ^ a b c "John H. Goodenow, Alfred, ca. 1861". Maine Memory Network. Maine Historical Society. Retrieved 5 March 2016.
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