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Lawyer , prohibition advocate

Hale Johnson, American lawyer, prohibition advocate. member National Prohibition Committee Home: Newton, Ill</td><tr><td class="label_burgverd11px"><b>Death</b></td></tr><tr><td> Died 1902.

Background

Johnson, Hale was born on August 21, 1847 in Montgomery County, Indiana, United States. Son of John B. and Sarah A. (Davisson) Johnson.

Education

Academic education.

Career

Admitted to bar, 1875. Has practiced at Newton, Illinois, since 1877. Joined Prohibition party, 1882.

Has been that party’s candidate for Congress, governor and (1896) for Vice-President. Active in state and national campaigns, and in amendment campaigns in Michigan and Ohio. Now member National Prohibition Committee Home: Newton, Ill.

Membership

Member National Prohibition Committee Home: Newton, Ill</td><tr><td class="label_burgverd11px"><b>Death</b></td></tr><tr><td> Died 1902.

Connections

Married Mary E. Loofbourrow, February 19, 1871.

father:
John B. Johnson

mother:
Sarah A. (Davisson) Johnson

spouse:
Mary E. Loofbourrow