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Vose, Frederick, 1801-1871



Frederick Vose was born November 2, 1801 in Walpole, New Hampshire. He graduated from Harvard University in 1822 after which he (probably) trained in his father's, Judge Roger Vose, law offices. He began practicing law in Walpole in 1825, and was appointed Judge of the Probate Court in 1835, retaining that position until 1841. Vose was active in community affairs, being a member of the Walpole Library Association, the Executive Committee of the Walpole Academy and the committee to disburse the public monies in Walpole's Surplus Fund. In 1883, he represented Walpole in the state legislature and from 1847-1848, he was a state senator. Vose died in 1871.

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Frederick Vose papers

Identifier: ML-67
Date(s): 1783; 1797; 1804; 1842-1863

Frederick Vose (1801-1871), judge. The collection contains legal material related to his work as an attorney and judge in Walpole and Cheshire County, New Hampshire. Some material related to the Walpole Library Association is also included.

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