CS Con -Hartridge, Julian - C.S. Congressman, GA

Julian Hartridge
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Born: September 9, 1829

Birthplace: Savannah, Georgia

Father: Charles Hartridge 1799 – 1853
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​

Mother: Mary Hubbard Green 1804 – 1886
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​

Wife: Mary Marshall Charlton 1835 – 1904
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​

Children:

Adelaide Hartridge Wayne 1825 – 1913​
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​
Roberta Margaret Hartridge 1855 – 1858​
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​
Mary Adelaide Hartridge Green 1857 – 1914​
(Buried: Cimetiere du Pere Lachaise, Paris, France)​
Margaret Charlton Hartridge 1859 – 1860​
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​
Retta Hartridge Elliott 1861 – 1896​
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​
Robert Charlton Hartridge 1863 – 1865​
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​
Alfred L. Hartridge 1865 – 1893​
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​
William Battersby Hartridge 1868 – 1897​
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​
Captain Walter Charlton Hartridge Sr. 1870 – 1932​
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​
Algernon Sydney Hartridge 1876 – 1883​
(Buried: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia)​

Political Party: Democratic Party

Education:


1848: Graduated from Brown University​
1850: Graduated from Harvard Law School​

Occupation before War:

1851 – 1854: Attorney in Savannah, Georgia​
1854 – 1858: Solicitor General of eastern Judicial Circuit of Georgia​
1858 – 1859: Georgia State Representative​
1859 – 1861: Attorney in Savannah, Georgia​
1860: Georgia Delegate to Democratic Party National Convention​

Civil War Career:
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1861: Worked for the Secession of the State of Georgia​
1861: Lt. in Chatham Artillery from Savannah, Georgia​
1862 – 1865: Confederate States Congressman from Georgia​
1862 – 1864: Member of House Ordnance & Ordnance Stores Committee​
1862: Member of House Commerce Committee​
1864 – 1865: Chairman of House Commerce Committee​
1864: Member of Congressional Joint Impressments Committee​
Known as the one of the best speakers in the C.S. Congress.​
Worked for the dismissal of Mallory, and Memminger from the cabinet.​
Worked for the dismissal of General Braxton Bragg.​
Stood against the suspension of habeas Corpus and arming slaves.​

Occupation after War:

1865 – 1875: Attorney in Savannah, Georgia​
1870: Named Chairman of Georgia State Democratic Party Committee​
1872: Georgia Delegate to Democratic Party National Convention​
1872: Georgia State Democratic Party Presidential Elector​
1875 – 1879: United States Congressman from Georgia​
1875 – 1877: Member of House District of Columbia Committee​
1876: Georgia Delegate to Democratic Party National Convention​
1877 – 1879: Member of House Justice Department Expenditures Committee​
1877 – 1879: Member of House Judiciary Committee​

Died: January 8, 1879

Place of Death: Washington, D.C.

Age at time of Death: 49 years old

Burial Place: North Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia

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