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Ebenezer J. Hill

Ebenezer J. Hill
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Member of the
U.S. House of Representatives
from Connecticut's 4th district[1]
In office
1895–1913
Preceded by Robert E. De Forest
Succeeded by Jeremiah Donovan
In office
1915–1917
Preceded by Jeremiah Donovan
Succeeded by Schuyler Merritt
Member of the
Connecticut Senate
from the 13th district
In office
1886–1887
Preceded by Asa Smith
Succeeded by Lyman S. Catlin
Member of the Connecticut House of Representatives
In office
1866–1867
Preceded by Chester Tolles,
F. St. John Lockwood
Succeeded by Asa Woodward,
D. H. Webb
In office
1862–1863
Preceded by Josiah Carter,
Peter L. Cunningham
Succeeded by William C. Street,
Joseph H Cummings
In office
1851–1854
Preceded by Clark Bissell,
Algernon Beard
Personal details
Born (1845-08-04)August 4, 1845[1]
Redding, Connecticut[1]
Died September 27, 1917(1917-09-27) (aged 72)[1]
Norwalk, Connecticut[1]
Resting place Riverside Cemetery[1]
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Mary Ellen Mosman (1846–1918)[1]
Children Frederick Asbury Hill (1869–1907), Clara Mossman Hill (1874–1955), Helena Charlotte Hill Weed (1875–1958), Elsie Mary Hill Levitt (1883–1970)
Residence Norwalk, Connecticut
Alma mater Center Academy
Yale College
Occupation banker, businessman
Military service
Allegiance United States Union
Service/branch Union Army
Years of service 1863–1865
Battles/wars Civil War

Ebenezer J. Hill (August 4, 1845 – September 27, 1917) was a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from Connecticut's 4th congressional district from 1895 to 1913 and from 1915 until his death in 1917. He had previously served as a member of the Connecticut Senate from 1886 to 1887.

Early life

He was born in Redding, Connecticut and attended public schools. He was the son of Reverend Moses Hill and Charlotte Ilsley McLellan.[1] He attended Center Academy, and Yale College in 1865 and 1866. During the Civil War enlisted in the Union Army in 1863 and served until the close of the war.

Political career

He engaged in business and banking in Norwalk. He served as a Burgess of Norwalk. He served as chairman of the board of school visitors. He served as delegate to the Republican National Convention in 1884. He served as member of the State senate in 1886 and 1887. He served one term on the Republican State central committee.

Hill was elected as a Republican to the Fifty-fourth and to the eight succeeding Congresses (March 4, 1895-March 3, 1913).

He served as chairman of the Committee on Expenditures in the Department of the Treasury (Sixty-first Congress).

He was an unsuccessful candidate in 1912 for reelection to the Sixty-third Congress.

Hill was elected to the Sixty-fourth and Sixty-fifth Congresses and served from March 4, 1915, until his death in Norwalk, Connecticut, September 27, 1917. He was interred in Riverside Cemetery.

References

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Preceded by
Jeremiah Donovan
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Connecticut's 4th congressional district

1915 – 1917
Succeeded by
Schuyler Merritt
Preceded by
Robert E. De Forest
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Connecticut's 4th congressional district

1895 – 1913
Succeeded by
Jeremiah Donovan
Preceded by
Asa Smith
Member of the
Connecticut Senate
from the 13th district

1886–1887
Succeeded by
Lyman S. Catlin
Preceded by
Chester Tolles
F. St. John Lockwood
Member of the
Connecticut House of Representatives
from Norwalk

1866–1867
With: F. St. John Lockwood
Succeeded by
Asa Woodward
D. H. Webb
Preceded by
Josiah Carter
Peter L. Cunningham
Member of the
Connecticut House of Representatives
from Norwalk

1862–1863
With: Josiah Carter
Succeeded by
William C. Street
Joseph H Cummings
Preceded by
Clark Bissell
Algernon Beard
Member of the
Connecticut House of Representatives
from Norwalk

1851–1854
With: Ira Gregory
Succeeded by
.

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