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Martin Luther Pipes, American lawyer. Served as attorney for the State in cases involving State Agricultural College; member A.O.U.W.

Background

Pipes, Martin Luther was born on September 21, 1850 in Ascension Parish, Louisiana, United States. Son of John and Harriet Postell (Shaffer) Pipes.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Louisiana State University, 1871.

Career

Settled in Oregon, 1875. Member Oregon House of Representatives, 1880. Began practice at Independence, Oregon, 1881.

Judge Circuit Court, 2d Judicial District of Oregon, 1890-1892. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Oregon, by appointment of Governor Walter M. Pierce, for year 1924, to fill vacancy.

Membership

Served as attorney for the State in cases involving State Agricultural College. Member A.O.U.W.

Connections

Married Mary Curtis Skipworth, November 1, 1874. Children: John Monroe, Wade Hampton, Nellie Bowden, George Alfred, Mistress Harriet Beckett.

father:
John Pipes

mother:
Harriet Postell (Shaffer) Pipes

spouse:
Mary Curtis Skipworth

child:
Nellie Bowden Pipes

child:
Mistress Harriet Beckett Pipes

child:
John Monroe Pipes

child:
George Alfred Pipes

child:
Wade Hampton Pipes