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William P. Burr

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William P. BURR, American Official Referee of Supreme Court, State of New York. Member of American, New York State, New York City and New York Company Bar Associations; International Law Society; Academy, of Political Science Clubs: Manhattan, National Democrat, Catholic.

Background

Burr, William P. was born on March 30, 1856 in Dublin, Ireland. Son of John Archbold and Anne (Lovely) Burr.

Education

De Louisiana Salle Academy, New York City. St. James College, Baltimore, Maryland. Columbia University Law, 1879.

Career

Y.C. Delegate, to New York State Constitutional Convention, 1894. Appointed Corporation Counsel, New York City, 1918. Appointed by Governor Smith, Justice of Supreme Court, 1920.

Elected Justice of Supreme Court, New York State, 1920. Desig nated by Governor Smith, Associate Justice of Appellate Division of Supreme Court, 1924. Retired as Justice of Supreme Court, 1926.

Appointed Official Referee of Supreme Court, State of New York, since 1927.

Membership

Member of American, New York State, New York City and New York Company Bar Associations. International Law Society. Academy, of Political Science Clubs: Manhattan, National Democrat, Catholic.

  • Member of American, New York State, New York City and New York Company Bar Associations. International Law Soc. Academy, of Political Science Clubs: Manhattan, National. Democratic, Catholic.

Connections

Married Jennie Philomene Lynch, August 25, 1884 (died 1918). Children: Mistress Natalie Coleman, William Archbold (deceased), Mistress Constance Trivanovitch, Mistress Jennie P. Dailey, Mistress Annette Ross, John Lovely.

father:
John Archbold Burr

mother:
Anne (Lovely) Burr

spouse:
Jennie Philomene Lynch

children:
Mistress Natalie Coleman Burr

William Archbold Burr (deceased)

Mistress Constance Trivanovitch Burr

Mistress Jennie P. Dailey Burr

Mistress Annette Ross Burr

John Lovely Burr