logo logo

William W. Goodrich

William W. Goodrich, American jurist. member assembly, 1866-1870.

Background

  • Goodrich, William W. was born on August 23, 1833 in Havana, New York, United States. Son of David and Mary Wenton Goodrich.

  • Education

    • Educated Amherst College, Doctor of Laws, and Albany Law School, Bachelor of Laws, 1853.

    Career

    • Admitted to the bar, 1854. Major N.G.S.N.Y.; was chairman Board of Education. Delegate to International Maritime Conference, Washington, 1889.

      President Republican general committee, 1886-1887. Member assembly, 1866-1870. President justice appellate div.

      Supreme Court, New York, 1896-1904. Delegate diplomatic conference at Brussels to formulate treaty on Maritime Law. Also counsel for Justice Warren B. Hooker in proceedings for impeachment or removal.

      Home: Brooklyn, New York.

    Membership

    Member assembly, 1866-1870.

    Connections

    • Married Frances A. Wickes, September 10, 1857.
    • father: David Goodrich
    • mother: Mary Wenton Goodrich
    • spouse: Frances A. Wickes
    See on larger map
    Born August 23, 1833
    Died 1906
    (aged 72)
    Nationality