US Con -Holmes, Sidney Tracy - U.S. Congressman, NY

Sidney Tracy Holmes:
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Born: August 14, 1815
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Birthplace: Schaghticoke New York
Father:
Judge Epenetus Holmes 1785 – 1861
(Buried: Morrisville Rural Cemetery Morrisville New York)
Mother: Isabella Brush 1780 – 1870
(Buried: Morrisville Rural Cemetery Morrisville New York)

Wife: Delisle Pulford Wentz 1816 – 1903



Political Party: Republican Party



Education:
Graduated from Morrisville Academy

Occupation before War:
School Teacher in Morrisville New York
Civil Engineer on the Chenango and Black River Canals
Attorney in Morrisville New York
1848 – 1851: Madison County New York Loan Commissioner
1851 – 1864: Madison County New York Judge and Surrogate

Civil War Career:
1851 – 1864: Madison County New York Judge and Surrogate
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1865 – 1867: United States Congressman from New York
1865 – 1867: Member of House Public Lands Committee
1865 – 1867: Member of House Revolutionary Pensions Committee

Occupation after War:
1865 – 1867: United States Congressman from New York
1865 – 1867: Member of House Public Lands Committee
1865 – 1867: Member of House Revolutionary Pensions Committee
1866: Choose not to be a candidate for renomination to U.S. Congress
Attorney in Morrisville New York and Utica New York
1872 – 1890: Attorney in Bay City Michigan



Died:
January 16, 1890
Place of Death: Bay City Michigan
Age at time of Death: 74 years old
Burial Place: Morrisville Rural Cemetery Morrisville New York
 
Joined
Sep 15, 2018
Location
South Texas
In1873 he invested in a Sash, Door,and Blind factory in Grand Rapids, Michigan. By1876 Holmes was part owner of the same factory now known as Holmes, Parker & Co.
 
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