US Con -Trimble, Lawrence Strother - U.S. Congressman, KY

Lawrence Strother Trimble:
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Born: August 26, 1825
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Birthplace: Fleming County Kentucky
Father:
James Trimble 1790 – 1847
Mother: Harriet Triplett 1805 – 1881


Political Party: Democratic Party


Occupation before War:

1847 – 1856 Attorney in Paducah Kentucky
1851 – 1852: Kentucky State Representative
1856 – 1860: Judge of Equity and Criminal Court First Judicial Circuit
1860 – 1865: President of New Orleans and Ohio Railroad Company

Civil War Career:
1860 – 1865: President of New Orleans and Ohio Railroad Company
1865 – 1871: United States Congressman from Kentucky
1865 – 1867: Ranking Member of House Manufactures Committee
1865 – 1867: Member of House Revolutionary Claims Committee

Occupation after War:
1865 – 1871: United States Congressman from Kentucky
1865 – 1867: Ranking Member of House Manufactures Committee
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1865 – 1867: Member of House Revolutionary Claims Committee
1867 – 1869: Ranking Member of House Enrolled Bills Committee
1867 – 1869: Ranking Member of House Invalid Pensions Committee
1867 – 1871: Ranking Member of House Pacific Railroad Committee
1868: Voted against the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson
1869 – 1871: Member of House Indian Affairs Committee
1869 – 1871: Ranking Member of House Militia Committee
1869 – 1871: Member of House Post Offices and Post Roads Committee
1870: Unsuccessful candidate for renomination to U.S. Congress
1871 – 1879: Attorney in Paducah Kentucky
1879 – 1889: Attorney in Albuquerque New Mexico



Died:
August 9, 1904
Place of Death: Albuquerque New Mexico
Cause of Death: Dysentry
Age at time of Death: 78 years old
Burial Place: Fairview Memorial Park Albuquerque New Mexico
 
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