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Newton Fremont Hawley

Newton Fremont Hawley, banker. Member Minneapolis Charter Commission, 1898, 1906; member Board of Education, Minneapolis, 1899-1905; member Advisory Commission, same, 1915; member Minneapolis Water Commission, 1910.

Background

  • Hawley, Newton Fremont was born on November 28, 1859 in near Tipton. Iowa. Son of Newton J. and Delia (Canfield) Hawley.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Iowa (now Grinnell) College, 1879. A.M., 1882.

    Career

    • Admitted to Minnesota bar, 1884. Associate with W. J. Hahn, attorney general of Minnesota, 1892, as Hahn & Hawley, later Hahn, Belden & Hawley, and Belden, Hawley & Jamison. Retired from practice of law, January 1, 1906, to become trustee of Farmers & Mechanics Savings Bank of Minneapolis, later managing executive under title of treasurer.

      Vice president Equitable Loan Company.

    Membership

    Member Minneapolis Charter Commission, 1898, 1906. Member Board of Education, Minneapolis, 1899-1905. Member Advisory Commission, same, 1915.

    Member Minneapolis Water Commission, 1910.

    Connections

    • Married Ellen M. Field, September 5, 1884.
    • father: Newton J. Hawley
    • mother: Delia (Canfield) Hawley
    • spouse: Ellen M. Field
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    Born November 28, 1859
    Died July 16, 1918
    (aged 58)