GRAND ISLE COUNTY SENATORS
George Tracy of South Hero, Democrat, was born June 8, 1846;
he is a farmer and served as private in Co. E, 8th Vt. Vol.; was a member of the House in 1876 and has held the usual town
offices. Religious preference, none. Post-office address, South
Hero. Place of birth, South Hero.
GRAND ISLE COUNTY REPRESENTATIVES
Jed P. Ladd of Alburgh, Republican, was born in
Albrugh, Nov. 9, 1868; he is a lawyer; was educated in the St. Albans High School, Rock Point Institute and Cornell University Law School;
has been state's attorney and is now school director. Religious
preference, Congregationalist. Post-office address, East Alburgh.
Addison H. Hyde of Grand Isle, Democrat, was born in Grand
Isle in 1857; he is a farmer and was educated at Plattsburg
Academy; has been selectman six years and lister four years.
Religious preference, Methodist.
John Montgomery of Isle La Motte, Democrat, was born in Isle
La Motte, Aug. 26, 1875; he is a sailor on Lake Champlain, and
was educated in the common schools of Isle La Motte and at the
Burlington Business College. Religious preference, Methodist.
William Haynes of North Hero, Democrat, was born at North
Hero, Jan. 22, 1850; he is a farmer, and was educated in the
common schools and at Bedford Academy, P. Q.; he was lister for
six years, selectman in 1900, and has been judge of probate for
the district of Grand Isle since 1890. Religious preference,
Charles Dubuque of South Hero, Democrat, was born in Grand
Isle, Oct. 17, 1852; he is a farmer and located in town in 1882;
was educated in the common schools. Religious preference, Roman
Legislative Directory, Biennial Session, 1902, Prepared by Frederick G. Fleetwood, Secretary of State
Vermont Legislative Biographies