Joseph E. Warner

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Joseph Everett Warner
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Joseph Everett Warner when he was the Speaker
of the Massachusetts House of Representatives
Justice of the
Massachusetts Superior Court
In office
1940 – May 30, 1958
Appointed by Leverett Saltonstall
Succeeded by Edward Gourdin
Attorney General of the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
In office
1928–1935
Preceded by Arthur K. Reading
Succeeded by Paul A. Dever
Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives[1]
In office
1919–1920
Preceded by Channing H. Cox
Succeeded by Benjamin Loring Young
Member of the
Massachusetts House of Representatives
4th Bristol District[1]
In office
1913[1] – 1920[1]
Member of the
Taunton, Massachusetts
City Council[1]
In office
1907[1] – 1911[1]
Personal details
Born May 16, 1884[2]
Taunton, Massachusetts[2]
Died May 30, 1958(1958-05-30) (aged 74)[3]
Taunton, Massachusetts
Political party Republican[2]
Alma mater Harvard College,
Harvard Law School[2]
Profession Attorney[1]

Joseph Everett Warner (May 16, 1884 – May 30, 1958) was a U.S. politician who served as the Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1919 to 1920, as the Attorney General of Massachusetts from 1928 to 1935, and as a Justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court from 1940 until his death in 1958.

Warner was born in Taunton, Massachusetts, on May 16, 1884, to Richard Everett Warner and Ida Evelyn (Briggs) Warner. Warner graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Law School.

Warner was a delegate to the 1920 Republican National Convention.[2]

In 1940 Gov. Leverett Saltonstall appointed Warner to be a Justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court.[3]

Warner died in his home of a heart attack on May 30, 1958.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Howard, Richard T. (1920), Public Officials of Massachusetts (1920), Boston, MA: The Boston Review, p. 80. 
  2. ^ a b c d e Howard, Richard T. (1931), Public Officials of Massachusetts (1931-1932), Boston, MA: The Boston Review, p. 27. 
  3. ^ a b c Special to The New York Times (June 1, 1958), Justice Joseph E. Warner Dead at 74; Served Massachusetts Superior Court, New York, NY: The New York Times Company, p. Page 86. 
Massachusetts House of Representatives
Preceded by
Channing H. Cox
Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives
1919 — 1920
Succeeded by
Benjamin Loring Young
Political offices
Preceded by
Arthur K. Reading
Attorney General of the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts

1928 - 1935
Succeeded by
Paul A. Dever
Legal offices
Preceded by
Justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court
1940 – May 30, 1958
Succeeded by