PENSION AGENT FOR DISTRICT OF VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
HUGH HENRY of Chester, Republican; born in Chester, Vt.,
March 21, 1838; profession, a lawyer, and located in town in 1863; was educated at Chester, Vt., and Deerfield Academies; was
second lieutenant of Co. I, 16th Vermont Regiment, War of the Rebellion; member of the House in 1870, 1872, 1874, 1876 and
1884, and of the Senate in 1880; appointed pension agent by President McKinley in 1898. Religious preference, Unitarian.
Post-office address, Concord, N.H.
DEPUTY COLLECTORS OF INTERNAL REVENUE
HENRY CLAY GLEASON of Burlington, Republican; born in
Richmond, March 28, 1851; located in town in 1896; educated in
the common schools and at Barre Academy; was a member of the House in 188 [sic] and the Senate in 1892; has held the positions
of school commissioner and auditor for the town of Richmond, and
was railway mail clerk eleven years. Religious preference, Unitarian. Post-office address, Burlington.
HERBERT D. RYDER of Bellow Falls, Republican; born in
Acworth, N.H., November 12, 1850; profession, a lawyer; located
in town in 1881; was educated at Oberlin, O., New London Academy
and Dartmouth College, graduating in the class of 1876; has held
the offices of superintendent of schools, 1889-97, county examiner since 1891, chairman school board since 1889, chairman
board of bailiffs, 1891, '92 and '94, and has held numerous other
town offices; appointed deputy collector of internal revenue in
December, 1897. Religious preference, Unitarian.
Legislative Directory, Biennial Session, 1902, Prepared by Frederick G. Fleetwood, Secretary of State
Vermont Legislative Biographies