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Charles Codman Cabot, American lawyer. Served as private United States Marine Corps, World War I.; Member Massachusetts, Boston bar associations.

Background

Cabot, Charles Codman was born on November 22, 1900 in Brookline, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Henry Broomfield and Anne Macmaster (Codman) Cabot.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1922, Bachelor of Laws, 1925.

Career

Bar; practice in various Boston offices. Partner firm Ropes, Gray, Best, Coolidge and Rugg, 1933-1943. The American Association For Justice Massachusetts Superior Court, 1943-1947.

Partner firm Herrick, Smith, Donald, Farley and Ketchum. Secretary United States Strategic Bombing Survey, 1945. Chairman Greater Boston United War Fund campaign, 1943.

Moderator, former chairman Board Selectmen, Dover, Massachusetts. Chairman, Board Of Directors Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, 1966-1969. Participant various charitable, civic and political enterprises.

Trustee New England Center Hospital, Milton Academy. Overseer Harvard College, 1944-1950.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Authority, 1966-1969. Participant various charitable, civic and political enterprises. Trustee New England Center Hospital, Milton Academy.

      Overseer Harvard College, 1944-1950.

Membership

Served as private United States Marine Corps, World War I. Member Massachusetts, Boston bar associations.

Connections

Married Ellen P. White, July 1, 1929. Children: Charles Codman, Walter M.

father:
Henry Broomfield Cabot

mother:
Anne Macmaster (Codman) Cabot

spouse:
Ellen P. White

child:
Charles Codman Cabot

child:
Walter M. Cabot