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Lyman Law

congressman

Lyman Law, American congressman. member Connecticut House of Representatives, 1801-1802, 06, 09-10, 19, 26, speaker, 1806, 09-10; member United States House of Representatives (Federalist) from Connecticut, 12th-14th congresses, 1811-1817.

Background

Law, Lyman was born on August 19, 1770 in New London, Connecticut, United States. Son of Richard Law.

Education

Graduated from Yale, 1791. Studied law.

Career

Admitted to Connecticut bar, 1793, began practice in New London. Member Connecticut House of Representatives, 1801-1802, 06, 09-10, 19, 26, speaker, 1806, 09-10. Member United States House of Representatives (Federalist) from Connecticut, 12th-14th congresses, 1811-1817.

Membership

Member Connecticut House of Representatives, 1801-1802, 06, 09-10, 19, 26, speaker, 1806, 09-10. Member United States House of Representatives (Federalist) from Connecticut, 12th-14th congresses, 1811-1817.

Connections

Children include John.

father:
Richard Law. Law