Frederick H. Tarr

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Frederick H. Tarr
United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts
In office
1926–1933
Preceded by Harold P. Williams
Succeeded by Francis Ford
Member of the Massachusetts Governor's Council from the Fifth District
In office
1916–1918
Preceded by Edward G. Frothingham
Succeeded by James Ingraham
Personal details
Born (1868-10-08)October 8, 1868[1]
Rockport, Massachusetts
Died May 13, 1944(1944-05-13) (aged 75)[2]
Rockport, Massachusetts
Resting place Beach Grove Cemetery, Rockport, MA
Nationality American
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Angie Parker
Residence Rockport, Massachusetts
Alma mater Amherst College
Harvard Law School
Occupation Attorney

Frederick Hamilton Tarr[3] (October 8, 1868 – May 13, 1944) was an American attorney and politician who was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1904 to 1905,[4] a member of the Massachusetts Governor's Council from 1916 to 1918,[1] and the United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts from 1926 to 1933.[5]

His son, Frederick H. Tarr, Jr. was a Massachusetts state representative.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Who's Who in State Politics 1918. Boston: Practical Politics. 1918. p. 45. 
  2. ^ Amherst Graduates' Quarterly (no. 4; no. 132). Alumni Council of Amherst College. 1944. Retrieved 22 February 2015. 
  3. ^ Harvard Alumni Association; Associated Harvard Clubs (1944). Harvard Alumni Bulletin (v. 46, no. 16). Retrieved 22 February 2015. 
  4. ^ Who's Who in State Politics 1916. Boston: Practical Politics. 1916. p. 49. 
  5. ^ "Tarr, Frederick H.". PoliticalGraveyard.com. The Political Graveyard. Retrieved 6 September 2011. 
  6. ^ 1935-1936 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.