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Charles Sumner Cook

Charles Sumner Cook, American lawyer, banker. member of the board of directors National Traders Bank until 1906; Member Governor’s Council, 1899-1905, chairman, 1901-1902.

Background

  • Cook, Charles Sumner was born on November 18, 1858 in Portland, Maine, United States. Son of Obadiah Gould and Christiana S. (Perry) Cook.

  • Education

    • Graduate Nichols Latin School, 1877. Bachelor of Arts, Bates College, 1881.

    Career

    • Principal high school, Waldoboro, Maine, 1882-1883. Admitted to Maine bar, 1886, and began practice at Portland, with Symonds & Libby. Now consultant counsel Cook, Hutchinson, Pierce & Connell.

      Also Chairman of the Board National Bank of Commerce (Portland).

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Conglist

    Membership

    Member of the board of directors National Traders Bank until 1906. Member Governor’s Council, 1899-1905, chairman, 1901-1902.

    Connections

    • Married Miss Annie Jefferds Reed, October 23, 1889. Children: Lydia McDonald, Robinson.
    • father: Obadiah Gould Cook
    • mother: Christiana S. (Perry) Cook
    • spouse: Miss Annie Jefferds Reed
    • children: Lydia McDonald Cook
    • Robinson Cook
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    Born November 18, 1858
    Died February 9, 1939
    (aged 80)
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