John B. Winslow
John Bradley Winslow (October 4, 1851 – July 13, 1920) was an American jurist.
Winslow was born in Nunda, New York as the only son of Horatio G. Winslow and Emily Bradley Winslow. He was a direct descendant of Kenelm Winslow, brother of Edward Winslow, a Mayflower colonist and a governor of Plymouth Colony. He moved with his parents to Racine, Wisconsin in 1855. Winslow graduated from Racine College in 1871 and received his law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1875. He married Agnes Clancy on January 19, 1881. He was elected a Wisconsin Circuit Court judge and in 1891 was appointed to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. From 1907 until his death, Winslow served as Chief Justice of the court.
- "Madison Regrets Winslow's Death". Oshkosh Daily Northwestern. July 14, 1920. p. 5. Retrieved July 8, 2015 – via Newspapers.com.
- John Winslow, Wisconsin Historical Society
- Chief Justice John Winslow, Wisconsin Supreme Court
- "Chief Justice John B. Winslow: Stretching the Procrustean Bed," by Joseph A. Ranney, Wisconsin Lawyer, May 2003
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