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Lawyer

William Gilman Low, American lawyer. Award, International Review, May 1881. Fellow American Society. Wrote: The Balance of the Geneva Award, International Review, May 1881.

Background

Low, William Gilman was born on April 9, 1844 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. Son of William Henry and Anne Davison (Bedell) Low.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Columbia, 1865, Bachelor of Laws, 1867, A.M., 1868. Admitted to bar, 1867.

Career

Judge Benjamin R. Curtis, of Boston, January 15, 1873. Children—William G., Anna C. (Mistress Herbert A. Grant Watson), Lois Curtis, Benj. Robbins Curtis, Rosamond Curtis (wife of Review John H. Chapman), Harriette, Esther Hope (wife of Review Francis K. Little).

President Hospital Saturday and Sunday Association of Brooklyn. Vice president New York Civil Service Reform Association, and of Legal Aid Society.

Membership

Fellow American Society. Wrote: The Balance of the Geneva Award, International Review, May 1881.

Connections

Married Lois Robbins, d. Children: William G., Anna C. (Mistress.

father:
William Henry Low

mother:
Anne Davison (Bedell) Low

spouse:
Lois Robbins

children:
William G. Low

Anna C. (Mrs Low