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Joseph Hartley Murray, American lawyer. Decorated Bronze Star. Served with Judge Advocate General Corps United States Army, 1942-1946.; Fellow American College Trial Lawyers, American College Probate Counsel, American Bar Foundation; member Colorado Bar Association (president 1971-1972), Order of Coif.

Background

Murray, Joseph Hartley was born on December 2, 1911 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States. Son of Joseph Patrick and Anna Mae (Hartley) Murray.

Education

College, 1933; Juris Doctor, Colorado U., 1936.

Career

Bar: Colorado bar 1936. Partner firm Murray, Baker & Wendelken, Colorado Springs, from 1938. Member United States prosecution staff Nurnberg Trials, 1945-1946.

Trustee Penrose Hospital, Colorado Springs, 1972-1978. Member Colorado Springs School District 11 Board Education, 1949-1955, president, 1953-1955.

Membership

Served with Judge Advocate General Corps United States Army, 1942-1946. Fellow American College Trial Lawyers, American College Probate Counsel, American Bar Foundation. Member Colorado Bar Association (president 1971-1972), Order of Coif.

Connections

Married Constance Postlethwaite Carpenter, January 23, 1948. Children: Gilbert Carpenter (deceased), Peter W. Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude, Colorado.

father:
Joseph Patrick Murray

mother:
Anna Mae (Hartley) Murray

spouse:
Constance Postlethwaite Carpenter

child:
Gilbert Carpenter Murray (deceased)

child:
Peter W. Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude Murray

child:
Colo Murray