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Lawyer

Norman Macdonald Barron, American lawyer. Bar: New York 1924.

Background

Barron, Norman Macdonald was born on November 1, 1900 in Highland Falls, New York, United States. Son of Alexander Robertson and Emma (Wyant) Barron.

Education

AB, Hamilton College, 1921. Bachelor of Laws, Harvard, 1924.

Career

Practiced in, New York City. Associate Burlingham, Veeder, Masten & Fearey, 1924-1929, Burlingham, Veeder, Fearey, Clark & Hupper, 1929-1934, Burlingham, Veeder, Clark & Hupper, 1934-1943, partner, 1943-1952, Burlingham, Hupper & Kennedy, 1952-1961. Senior partner Burlingham, Underwood, Barron, Wright & White, 1961-1968.

Counsel Burlingham, Underwood, Wright, White & Lord, 1968-1971.

Achievements

  • Bar: New York 1924.

Membership

Board directors, vice president Young Women’s Christian Association of Oranges and Maplewood (New Jersey). Also chairman building campaign Young Women’s Christian Association of Oranges and Maplewood, 1956-1968. Board directors Planned Parenthood, American Red Cross of Oranges.

President Hamilton College Alumni Association Metropolitan New York, also member alumni council, 1955-1958. Member Association Bar City New York (admiralty, other committees), Maritime Law Association United States, Alpha Delta Phi. Clubs: Farmington Country.

Connections

Married Frances Clifton Byers, October 24, 1930. Children: Fraser, Mortimer Byers, Timothy House and Norman Alexander (twins).

father:
Alexander Robertson Barron

mother:
Emma (Wyant) Barron

spouse:
Frances Clifton Byers

child:
Mortimer Byers Barron

child:
Timothy House and Norman Alexander Barron (twins)

child:
Fraser Barron