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Carlisle, John Griffin, 1835-1910

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Personal name headingCarlisle, John Griffin, 1835-1910
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Variant(s)Carlisle, J. G. (John Griffin), 1835-1910
Carlisle, John G., 1835-1910
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeLouisville (Ky.)
LocatedCovington (Ky.) Frankfort (Ky.)
Birth date1835-09-05
Death date1910-07-31
Place of birthKenton County (Ky.)
Place of deathNew York (N.Y.)
AffiliationDemocratic Party (U.S.)
United States. Congress. House
United States. Congress. Senate
United States. Department of the Treasury. Office of the Secretary
Profession or occupationLieutenant governors
Legislators Teachers Lawyers Editors
Found inNUCMC data from Library of Congress Manuscript Division for His Collection, 1881-1883 (Carlisle, John Griffin, 1835-1910; U.S. Secy. of Treasury, senator and rep. from Kentucky)
LC data base, 05-01-96 (hdg.: Carlisle, John Griffin, 1835-1910)
Circular relating to the labeling of baggage and the issue of inspection cards to steerage and cabin passengers, 1893?: p. 2 (J.G. Carlisle, Secretary)
Kentucky encyclopedia, ©1992: pages 162-163 (John Griffin Carlisle was born on September 5, 1835 in Key West, Campbell County, Kentucky (now part of Kenton County). Worked as a teacher then studied law and became a lawyer in Covington, Ky. Won the lieutenant governorship under Kentucky Governor Preston H. Leslie. Also worked as editor of the Louisville Daily Ledger. Served in U.S. Congress seven times. Died in New York, N.Y. on July 31, 1910.)
Wikipedia, viewed June 19, 2019: under “John Griffin Carlisle” (a Democrat; served as Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky September 5, 1871-August 31, 1875; served in U. S. House of Representatives March 4, 1877-May 26, 1890; served as speaker of the House December 3, 1883-March 4, 1889; served as U.S. Senator from Kentucky May 26, 1890-Feb. 4, 1893, then as U.S. Secretary of the Treasury March 7, 1893-March 5, 1897.)
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