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Melville R. Hopewell

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Melville R. Hopewell
Melville Reeves Hopewell (1845-1911).jpg
12th Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska
In office
January 3, 1907 – May 2, 1911 (died in office)
GovernorGeorge L. Sheldon
Ashton C. Shallenberger
Preceded byEdmund G. McGilton
Succeeded bySamuel Roy McKelvie (next elected to position)
Personal details
BornMarch 27, 1845
Monroe County, Indiana
DiedMay 2, 1911 (1911-05-03) (aged 66)
Spouse(s)Hattie E. Nelson

Melville Reeves Hopewell (March 27, 1845 – May 2, 1911) was a Nebraska lawyer and Republican politician who served as the state's lieutenant governor from 1907-1911.

Hopewell was born in Monroe County, Indiana in 1845, and moved to Collin County, Texas with his parents in 1851. After his mother died in 1854, the family went back to Indiana, where his father remarried, and then moved to Kansas, followed by Gentry County, Missouri. Hopewell served in the Missouri Mounted Militia in 1863-64. He graduated from Indiana Asbury University in 1869, was admitted to the bar in Indiana, then moved to Tekamah, Nebraska in 1870. He founded the first bank in Burt County, Nebraska in 1873. In 1887, Nebraska Governor Thayer appointed Hopewell as a district judge, which he served as until 1896, at which point he resumed his practice of law.[1]

In 1906, Hopewell was elected as lieutenant governor. He served from January 1907 until he died in office on May 2, 1911.[2][3]

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  1. ^ Morton, J. Sterling et al. Illustrated History of Nebraska, Vol. 2, p. 394-96 (1906)
  2. ^ Psi Phi Founders - Melville Reeves Hopewell,, Retrieved July 18, 2012
  3. ^ (23 August 1906). Republicans of Nebraska, Warsaw Daily Times
Political offices
Preceded by
Edmund G. McGilton
Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska
1907-May 2, 1911 (died in office)
Succeeded by
Samuel Roy McKelvie

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