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Lyman Law

Lyman Law, American congressman. member Connecticut House of Representatives, 1801-1802, 06, 09-10, 19, 26, speaker, 1806, 09-10; member United States House of Representatives (Federalist) from Connecticut, 12th-14th congresses, 1811-1817.

Background

  • Law, Lyman was born on August 19, 1770 in New London, Connecticut, United States. Son of Richard Law.

  • Education

    • Graduated from Yale, 1791. Studied law.

    Career

    • Admitted to Connecticut bar, 1793, began practice in New London. Member Connecticut House of Representatives, 1801-1802, 06, 09-10, 19, 26, speaker, 1806, 09-10. Member United States House of Representatives (Federalist) from Connecticut, 12th-14th congresses, 1811-1817.

    Membership

    Member Connecticut House of Representatives, 1801-1802, 06, 09-10, 19, 26, speaker, 1806, 09-10. Member United States House of Representatives (Federalist) from Connecticut, 12th-14th congresses, 1811-1817.

    Connections

    • Children include John.
    • father: Richard Law. Law
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    Died February 3, 1842
    (aged 71)
    Nationality