Albert Ware Paine (1812 – )

”PAINE, Albert ‘Ware, lawyer; b. Winslow, Me., Aug, 16. 1812; s. Frederic and Abiel (Ware) P.; A. B., Waterville (now Colby) Coll., 1832; studied law 3 yrs. and admitted to bar, at Bangor, Me., 1835, where has ever since practiced; m. Foxcroft, Me., July 9, 1840. Mary Jones Hale (died Apr. 10, 1901). Was the only press corr. in the Aroostook war, 1830, his letters having been widely copied: originated depts. of banking and ins. and was ins. comm’r of Me., 1868-73, bank comm’r, 1873; tax comm’r, 1874; mem. Gen. Ins. Conv. of U. S., 1871. Pres. Me. Telegraph Co., 25 yrs.; treas. Mt. Hope Cemetery Corp’n, 50 yrs.; d1r. Bangor Savings Bank, since Its organization, 1852. Republican. Author: Paine Genealogy, Ipswich Branch, 1881; The New Philosophy, 1884; The Territorial History of Bangor and Vicinity, 1887; History of Mt. Hope Cemetery, Bangor, 1907;–all XI. Address: 154 Court St., Bangor, Me.”

Source:  Who’s Who in America, Vol. 4, by John William Leonard and Albert Nelson Marquis, A.N. Marquis and Co., Chicago, 1908-1909, page 1431

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