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Lawyer

Alfred Bishop Beers, American lawyer. Served as private, corporal, orderly sergeant, Company I, 6th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry; member Beers & Foster, since 1900; Mason. Commander in chief G.A.R., 1912-1913.; Member Soldiers’ Hospital Board of Connecticut, 1886-1906 (chairman of the executive committee).

Background

Beers, Alfred Bishop was born on April 23, 1845 in New Rochelle, New York, United States. Son of Alfred and Mary Elizabeth (Bishop) Beers.

Education

Education public and grammar schools.

Career

Served as private, corporal, orderly sergeant, Company I, 6th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry. Captain Company B, same regiment, Civil War. Enlisted August 25, 1861, discharged August 21, 1865.

Prac. law in Bridgeport, 1871. Member Beers & Foster, since 1900. Clerk City Court, 1873.

Assistant city attorney, 1875. Judge of City Court, 1877-1893. City attorney, 1897-1801.

President Standard Association, publications Bridgeport Standard: vice president United Illuminating Company.

Membership

Served as private, corporal, orderly sergeant, Company I, 6th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry. Member Beers & Foster, since 1900. Mason. Commander in chief G.A.R., 1912-1913.

Member Soldiers’ Hospital Board of Connecticut, 1886-1906 (chairman of the executive committee).

Connections

Married Callie H. House, February 29, 1872.

father:
Alfred Beers

mother:
Mary Elizabeth (Bishop) Beers

spouse:
Callie H. House