Charles Clagett Marbury

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Charles Clagett Marbury
Personal details
Died July 19, 1991[2]
Washington, D.C.[1]
Spouse(s) Kathryn Worthington Lancaster[1]

Charles Clagett Marbury was an American politician.

Marbury was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates in 1931 and served until he was elected to the state Senate in 1941.[1] A short while later, he was appointed to serve as a Circuit Court judge, and later, the Court of Appeals.[1]

He was born in Upper Marlboro, Maryland and attended the Emerson Preparatory School in Washington, D.C.[2] and received a degree from the Johns Hopkins University in 1922.[1] Part of his studies were conducted at the University of Bordeaux where he remained after serving in the field artillery of the 29th Division in World War I.[1]

He studied law at the University of Maryland School of Law and eventually graduated from Georgetown University law school in 1925.[1]

He was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, the Society of the Cincinnati and the Southern Maryland Society, which awarded him its Distinguished Member Award in 1989.[1]

He died on July 19, 1991.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Charles Marbury, retired judge dies". Baltimore Sun. July 21, 1991. Retrieved 20 November 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c "Retired Md. Judge, Legislator Charles C. Marbury, 91, Dies". The Washington Post. 20 July 1991.