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Henry Wilder Keyes

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Henry Wilder KEYES, United States Senator. Member, New Hampshire House of Representative, 1891-1895, 1915-1917, Senate, 1903-1905; Chairman, State Excise Commission, 1915-1917; Governor, New Hampshire, 1917-1918; Member, United States Senate, since 1919. Republican Trustee, New Hampshire College Member; Amoskeag Veterans; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Masons. Club: Harvard (New York and Boston).

Background

Keyes, Henry Wilder was born on May 23, 1863 in Newbury, Vermont, United States. Son of Henry and Emma Frances (Pierce) Keyes.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1887. (Bachelor of Science, Doctor of Laws, N.H. College. A.M., Dartmouth).

Career

Has engaged extensively in farming for many years. President Woodsville (N.H.) National Bank.

Membership

Member N.H. House of Representatives, 1891-1895, 1915-1917, Senate, 1903-1905.

  • Member, New Hampshire House of Representative, 1891-1895, 1915-1917, Senate, 1903-1905. Chairman, State Excise Commission, 1915-1917. Governor, New Hampshire, 1917-1918. Member, United States Senate, since 1919. Republican Trustee, New Hampshire College Member. Amoskeag Veterans; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Masons. Club: Harvard (New York and Boston).

Connections

Married Frances Parkinson Wheeler, June 8, 1904. Children: Henry W., John P., Francis.

father:
Henry Keyes

mother:
Emma Frances (Pierce) Keyes

spouse:
Frances Parkinson Wheeler

children:
Henry W. Keyes

John P. Keyes

Francis Keyes