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George Payne Mclean

George Payne Mclean, American senator. Member Connecticut House of Representatives, 1883 (chairman Committee on State Prisons and prepared bill creating board of pardons); member of commission to revise statute laws of Connecticut, 1885; member Connecticut Senate, 1886.

Background

  • Mclean, George Payne was born on October 7, 1857 in Simsbury, Connecticut, United States. Son of Dudley B. and Mary (Payne) M.

  • Education

    • Graduate Hartford High School, 1877. Honorary Master of Arts, Yale University, 1904. Doctor of Laws, Trinity College, Connecticut, 1929.

    Career

    • Admitted to bar, 1881, and since in practice at Hartford, Connecticut.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member Connecticut House of Representatives, 1883 (chairman Committee on State Prisons and prepared bill creating board of pardons). Member of commission to revise statute laws of Connecticut, 1885. Member Connecticut Senate, 1886.

    Connections

    • Married Juliette Goodrich, April.
    • father: Dudley B. M.
    • mother: Mary (Payne) M.
    • spouse: Juliette Goodrich
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    Died June 6, 1932
    (aged 74)
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