George Stilman Hill
|George Stilman Hill|
|MLA for Charlotte|
1831 to 1846
April 10, 1794|
Milltown, New Brunswick
|Died||April 13, 1858
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Born in Milltown, New Brunswick, the son of Abner Hill, an American-born emigrant to New Brunswick, and Mary Whitney, he was educated at Dartmouth College in New England and went on to study law with Ward Chipman. Hill practised law in St. Stephen. He married Sarah Upton. Hill was named to the Legislative Council of New Brunswick in 1850. He died in office in Fredericton.
His former home is now designated as a local historic place in St. Stephen.
- Chapman, George T (1867). Sketches of the alumni of Dartmouth college, from the first graduation in 1771 to the present time, with a brief history of the institution. p. 193.
- "Hill Family". Loyalist Collection. University of New Brunswick. Retrieved 2011-03-25.
- Lawrence, Joseph Wilson (1915). The judges of New Brunswick and their times. pp. 462–4.
- "Hon. George Stillman Hill Home". Canada's Historic Places. Parks Canada. Archived from the original on 2011-08-17. Retrieved 2011-03-25.
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