The State Prison and House of
ZINA H. ALBEE of Rockingham, Republican; director; was born
in Grafton in 1854; he is judge of probate for the district of Westminster; was educated in the common schools, Burr and Burton
Seminary and Fort Plain Institute; has been town lister and auditor. Religious preference, Episcopalian. Post-office
address, Bellows Falls.
MARSH OLIN PERKINS of Windsor, Republican; director; born in
Rutland, February 7, 1849, and located in town in 1871; he is editor of the Vermont Journal; fitted for college at the Rutland
High School, and graduated from Middlebury College in the class of 1870; was principal of the South Woodstock Academy in 1870 and
1871, and of the Windsor High School from 1871 to 1880; was a member of the House of Representatives in 1882, and of the Senate
in 1888; he was appointed director of the State Prison and House of Correction in 1894. Religious preference, Episcopalian.
JOHN N. WOODFIN of Rutland, Republican; director; was born
in Pulaski, Tenn., January 5, 1849; was educated in the common schools; has held the usual town offices; is president of Marble
Savings Bank and of the Lincoln Iron Works. Religious preference, Episcopalian.
EDWIN W. OAKES of Windsor, Republican; superintendent of the
State Prison; born in Jericho, December 2, 1848, and located in Windsor in 1878; was educated in the common and select schools;
was town auditor in 1887, and is one of the village auditors. Religious preference, Congregationalist.
DAVID L. MORGAN of Rutland, Republican; superintendent of
the House of Correction; born in Boston, Mass., October 31, 1846, and located in town in 1870; was educated in the public schools
of Boston and Minneapolis; was private in Company B, 1st Minn. Infantry, was promoted to Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant, and
also to first lieutenant, Company G, War of the Rebellion; has held the offices of justice of the peace, trustee of Rutland
Village and commander of G. A. R., Department of Vermont. Religious preference, Methodist.
Legislative Directory, Biennial Session, 1902, Prepared by Frederick G. Fleetwood, Secretary of State
Vermont Legislative Biographies