Andrew J. Waterman

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Andrew Jackson Waterman
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Massachusetts Attorney General
In office
1888–1891
Preceded by Edgar J. Sherman
Succeeded by Albert E. Pillsbury
District Attorney for the Western District[1]
In office
November 15, 1880[1] – October 1, 1887[1]
Registrar of Probate and Insolvency[1]
In office
1858[1] – April 21, 1881[1]
Succeeded by Office eliminated
Registrar of Probate[1]
In office
February 15, 1854[1][2] – 1858[1]
Preceded by New office
Personal details
Born (1825-06-23)June 23, 1825[1][3]
North Adams, Massachusetts
Died October 4, 1900(1900-10-04) (aged 75)
Williamstown, Massachusetts
Political party Republican[2]
Spouse(s) Ellen Douglas[2][4]
Profession Attorney.[5]
Signature

Andrew Jackson Waterman was a lawyer and Attorney General of Massachusetts.

Early life[edit]

Waterman was born to William and Sarah (Bucklin) Waterman in North Adams, Massachusetts on June 24, 1824.[4]

Waterman was a delegate to the Republican National Convention of 1864.[2]

References[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Davis, William Thomas (1895), Bench and bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in Two Volumes, Vol. II, Boston, MA: The Boston History Company, p. 370 
  2. ^ a b c d Davis, William Thomas (1895), Bench and Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in Two Volumes, Vol. II, Boston, MA: The Boston History Company, p. 371 
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ a b Cooke, Rollin Hillyer (1906), Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Volume I, New York, New York: Lewis Publishing Company, p. 234 
  5. ^ Davis, William Thomas (1895), Bench and Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in Two Volumes, Vol. II, Boston, MA: The Boston History Company, pp. 370–371 
Legal offices
Preceded by
Edgar J. Sherman
Attorney General of Massachusetts
1888 - 1891
Succeeded by
Albert E. Pillsbury