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Henry Hulbert Ingersoll, American lawyer.

Background

Ingersoll, Henry Hulbert was born on January 20, 1844 in Oberlin, Ohio, United States. Son of William and Samantha (Bassett) Ingersoll.

Education

Student Oberlin College, 1857-1861. Private 7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in West Virginia campaign, 1861. Graduated from Yale, 1863, A.M., 1866.

Doctor of Laws, Washington College, Tennessee, 1889. Studied law in office Probasco & Ramsey, Cincinnati.

Career

Admitted to bar, 1865. Assistant attorney general 1st Circuit, Tennessee, 1866-1867. Tilden elector 1st District, Tennessee, 1876.

Judge Supreme Court, communications of Tennessee, 1879-1880. Special judge Supreme Court, 1884-1885. Dean law faculty, University of Tennessee, 1891-1914.

Secretary Democratic National Convention, St. Louis, 1888. President Tennessee State Bar Association, 1887-1888. Vice president American Bar Association, 1907-1913.

Trustee Emory and Henry College, 1885-1893, University of the South, 1898-1908. Grand Master Freemasons of Tennessee, 1888. Deputy to General Convention P.E. Church, 1898-1912.

Editor: Barton’s Suit in Equity, 1886. Author: University of Tennessee Law Syllabi, 1900. Ingersoll on Public Corporations, 1904.

Contributed Municipal Corporations, in “CYC,” 1907. Towns, in “CYC,” 1911. Equity, in Library of America School of Correspondence, 1912.

Municipal Corporations, in Standard Encyclopedia of Law and Procedure, 1913. Address: Knoxville, Tenn.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Barton’s Suit in Equity, 1886. Author: University of Tennessee Law Syllabi, 1900. Ingersoll on Public Corporations, 1904.

      Contributed Municipal Corporations, in “CYC,” 1907. Towns, in “CYC,” 1911. Equity, in Library of America School of Correspondence, 1912.

      Municipal Corporations, in Standard Encyclopedia of Law and Procedure, 1913.

Connections

Married Emily G. Rogers, 1864.

father:
William Ingersoll

mother:
Samantha (Bassett) Ingersoll

spouse:
Emily G. Rogers