Charles William Appleton

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Charles William Appleton (November 9, 1874 - January 10, 1945), was the vice president of the General Electric Company and was a former United States magistrate judge and an Assistant District Attorney in New York City.[1]

Appleton graduated from St. Lawrence University in 1897 where his name now bears the Appleton Arena.

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  1. ^ "C. W. Appleton, 70, Ex-Aide of GE, Dies. Retired Vice President Was a Former Magistrate and Assistant Prosecutor Here Appointed by Gaynor Served on Crime Board". New York Times. January 11, 1945. Retrieved 2009-12-09. Charles W. Appleton, retired vice president of the General Electric Company and a former New York City Magistrate and Assistant District Attorney, died here today at the Blythewood Sanitarium after a five-year illness. His home was at 315 East Sixty-eighth Street, New York.