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MILLARD TYREE

Millard Tyree, Cincinnati Attorney, widely known in Southern Ohio and in Kentucky, and a member of the law firm of Tyree, Jones and Le Blond, died suddenly of heart disease in his apartments in the Westmoreland Building, Mason Street, Mt. Auburn, May 29, 1919.

Mr. Tyree was born in Lechter County, Kentucky, November 4, 1872, attended schools in Kentucky and received his L. L. B. at the University of Louisville in 1907. He was admitted to the Kentucky bar the same year. In 1900 he came to Cincinnati and was admitted to practice in Ohio.

In 1903 he married Jessie M. Partlon, a newspaper writer. Attorney Tyree was a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Business Men's Club, Cincinnati Country Club, Cincinnati Golf Club, the Peelee Island Club and the Cincinnati Bar Association.

For a number of years Mr. Tyree practiced law alone, but a few years ago he associated himself with Attorneys Orville K. Jones and Robert A. LeBlond.

Mr. Tyree was the son of Greenberry Houston Tyree, civil engineer, of Lechter County, Kentucky, who surveyed the first trail over Black Mountain. Educational facilities were lacking in the mountainous district, and the Tyree family established a home in Huntington, W. Va., where he was educated. When studying law in New York, he felt a yearning for the boyhood state and returned to Louisville, Kentucky, where he graduated.

ASA WILLIAM ELSON

Asa William Elson was born in Washington, Pa., February 12, 1867. He was the son of John Randolph Elson and Amanda Cairns Elson, and died January 31, 1919. He was educated at Mt. Pleasant, Pa., Decatur, Ill., and Washington and Jefferson College. On June 15, 1891, he was married to Minnie B. Scott.

He practised law continuously since 1894, and for five years was State Representative from Tuscarawas County, and served several terms as City Solicitor.

Mr. Elson was a member of the Episcopal church and, up to the time of his death a resident of Uhrichsville, Ohio.

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WILLIAM ROBERT WARNOCK

William Robert Warnock who was a son of Rev. David Warnock and Sarah (Hitt) Warnock, was born August 29, 1838, and died July 31, 1918, at Urbana, Ohio. He was married to Catherine Murray in 1868.

Mr. Warnock was admitted to the Ohio State Bar July 12, 1906. In 1866 he was admitted to the bar of Ohio, and was a partner of Hon. L. M. Eichelberger, of Urbana, for forty years.

In 1867 Mr. Warnock was elected Prosecuting Attorney of Champaign County, and served two terms. He was a member of the Ohio Senate in 1875, elected Judge of the Common Pleas Court in 1879-1889, and a member of Congress from the sixth Ohio District in 1900, and served two terms.

Judge Warnock was a member of the Episcopal Church.

DAVID W. BOWMAN

David W. Bowman died at Greenville, Ohio, April 25, 1919, after an illness of nearly one year, and at the time of his death was Judge of the Common Pleas Court of Darke County.

It is said he enjoyed the unique distinction of never having had a decision, by him, reversed by the higher court.

JOHN OLDHAM

John Oldham died December 30, 1918, a resident of Sidney, Ohio. He became a member of the Ohio State Bar only a short time ago, July 6, 1916.

JAMES KENT HAMILTON

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James Kent Hamilton was born May 17, 1839, at Milan, Erie County, Ohio, and died December 29, 1918. He was a son of Thomas Hamilton and Sarah O. (Standart) Hamilton. He was educated in the public schools of Milan and Kenyon College. In 1898, July 27, he was married to Ethel B. Allen.

Mr. Hamilton practised law since 1862 continuously, with the exception of the time in the army service, under Thomas, Sherman and Grant.

He was Prosecuting Attorney of Lucas County in 1869, a member of the Sinking Fund Trustees of Toledo for ten years, City Solicitor of Toledo for four years, Mayor of Toledo for four years, and six years a member of the Board of Education. He was also President of the Toledo Charter Commission.

Mr. Hamilton was a member of the Episcopal Church.

OFFICERS, COMMITTEES

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LIST OF MEMBERS

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Assistant Secretaries W. THOMAS KEMP.. 1416 Munsey Bldg., Baltimore, Md. GAYLORD LEE CLARK.. 1416 Munsey Bldg., Baltimore, Md.

Treasurer

.78 Chapel St., Albany, N. Y.

FREDERICK E. WADHAMS.

Vice-President for Ohio

F. M. CLEVENGER..

Wilmington

Member of General Council for Ohio DANIEL W. IDDINGS.

.Dayton

Local Council

PROVINCE M. POGUE.
M. J. HARTLEY.
A. C. LEWIS.
GEO. B. HARRIS.

Cincinnati

Xenia Steubenville

.Cleveland

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