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Lawyer

Thomas Longfellow, American lawyer. Served as sergeant United States Army, France, 1917-1919.; Member Grant Company (president 1929), Indiana State and Allen Company bar associations, American Legion (past local commander), Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha.; Mason (32°, Shriner).

Background

Longfellow, Thomas was born on August 12, 1900 in Windfall, Indiana, United States. Son of Thomas William and Jeanette Belle (Hobbs) Longfellow.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws, Indiana U., 1927.

Career

1 son, Thomas. Admitted to Indiana bar, 1927. Deputy prosecuting attorney Grant Company, 1929. Deputy attorney general Indiana State, 1936-1941.

Partner Jackson, Longfellow & Jackson, Fort Wayne, 1941-1951, Hunt, Longfellow & Suedhoff, since 1954. President of Indiana State Board Law Examiners, 1953-1954.

Membership

Served as sergeant United States Army, France, 1917-1919. Member Grant Company (president 1929), Indiana State and Allen Company bar associations, American Legion (past local commander), Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha. Mason (32°, Shriner).

Clubs: Rotary (president 1930) (Marion), Fortnightly.

Connections

Married Mary Frances Wolfe, June 7, 1924.

father:
Thomas William Longfellow

mother:
Jeanette Belle (Hobbs) Longfellow

spouse:
Mary Frances Wolfe