Charles Clagett Marbury
|Charles Clagett Marbury|
|Died||July 19, 1991
|Spouse(s)||Kathryn Worthington Lancaster|
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. A short while later, he was appointed to serve as a Circuit Court judge, and later, the Court of Appeals.
He was born in Upper Marlboro, Maryland and attended the Emerson Preparatory School in Washington, D.C. and received a degree from the Johns Hopkins University in 1922. 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.
He died on July 19, 1991.
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