Daniel Rose (politician)
|4th Governor of Maine|
January 2, 1822 – January 5, 1822
|Preceded by||Benjamin Ames|
|Succeeded by||Albion K. Parris|
|Member of the Maine Senate|
July 31, 1772|
Branford, Colony of Connecticut, British America
|Died||October 25, 1833
Thomaston, Maine, U.S.
|Political party||Democratic-Republican Party|
Dr. Daniel Rose (July 31, 1772 – October 25, 1833) was an American politician from the State of Maine. He was a member of the Democratic-Republican Party, and served as president of the Maine Senate. He briefly served as the fourth Governor from January 2 to January 5, 1822, filling an unexpired term between the administrations of Benjamin Ames and Albion K. Parris.
Rose was born in the Connecticut Colony and graduated from Yale University in 1791. He settled in Alna, Maine and studied and practiced medicine in nearby Boothbay. Rose served as a member of the Maine Senate from its founding in 1820 until 1824. He was the President of the Maine Senate from in 1822 and 1823. Upon finishing his terms in the Maine Senate, Rose was moved to Thomaston, Maine and became the Warden of the Maine State Prison, which he helped design.
|Governor of Maine
Albion K. Parris
William D. Williamson
|President of the Maine Senate
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