Thomas Shinnick was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Shinnick was born on April 1, 1833 in County Cork, Ireland.He moved to Watertown, Wisconsin in 1855.
Shinnick was a member of the Assembly in 1867. Other positions he held include Chairman (similar to Mayor) and Clerk of Watertown. He was a Democrat.
Watertown is a city in Dodge and Jefferson counties in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. Most of the city's population is in Jefferson County. Division Street, several blocks north of downtown, marks the county line. The population of Watertown was 23,861 at the 2010 census. Of this, 15,402 were in Jefferson County, and 8,459 were in Dodge County. Watertown is the largest city in the Watertown-Fort Atkinson micropolitan area, which also includes Johnson Creek and Jefferson.
William Robert Taylor was an American politician and the 12th Governor of Wisconsin from 1874 to 1876.
Michael Edmund Burke was a U.S. Representative from Wisconsin.
Andrew Scott Sloan was an American lawyer, Republican politician, and Wisconsin pioneer. He served one term in the U.S. House of Representatives and was Wisconsin's 11th Attorney General. He also 14 years as a Wisconsin circuit court judge and was a three-term mayor of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. His brother, Ithamar Sloan, was also a U.S. congressman.
Jesse Stone was an American politician in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. He served as the 18th Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin.
Charles Rice Gill was an American lawyer, politician, and Union Army officer in the American Civil War. He was the 9th Attorney General of Wisconsin and represented northern Jefferson County in the Wisconsin State Senate for the 1860 and 1861 sessions. He also briefly served as U.S. Commissioner of Pensions under President Ulysses S. Grant.
Silas Wright Lamoreux or Lamoreaux was an American lawyer from Wisconsin who served as a judge, as a local official, as a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly and as the 28th Commissioner of the General Land Office of the United States. He was the brother of Oliver Lamoreux.
Hermann Heinrich Winter was an American farmer from Watertown, Wisconsin who spent one term as a "Democratic Republican" member of the Wisconsin State Assembly from Jefferson County.
Randall J. Radtke is a former member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.
William W. Reed was an American physician and politician from Jefferson, Wisconsin who served as a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly and the Wisconsin State Senate.
James Higgins was an Irish-born American farmer from Shields, Wisconsin who spent a single term, in 1876, as a Reform Party member of the Wisconsin State Assembly from Dodge County.
Charles F. Viebahn was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Patrick Rogan was an Irish American immigrant, businessman, Democratic politician, and pioneer of settler of Watertown, Wisconsin. He represented Watertown for four non-consecutive terms in the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Charles Burchard was an American politician.
William M. Dennis was an American businessman and Democratic politician. He served as the 2nd Bank Comptroller of Wisconsin, and was Mayor of Watertown, Wisconsin. He also served one term each in the Wisconsin State Senate and Assembly, representing Dodge County.
Charles Beckman was an American farmer and politician from Watertown, Wisconsin who held a number of public offices, from mayor to member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Christian Mayer was an American carpenter and businessman from Watertown, Wisconsin who manufactured doors and sash windows. He served as an alderman in, and mayor of, that city, and as a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Theodore Prentiss was an American lawyer, Democratic politician, and Wisconsin pioneer. He was the first mayor of Watertown, Wisconsin, and represented Jefferson County for one year in the Wisconsin State Assembly.
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