JARED C. GREGORY


From History of Dane County, Wisconsin, publ. by Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1880, page 993-994

JARED C. GREGORY, was born Jan. 13, 1823, in the town of Butternut, Otsego Co., N.Y. His parents were natives of New England, and descended from highly respectable families. He was educated at Gilbertsville Academy, read law with Judge NOBLE, of Unadilla, was admitted to the bar in Cortland Co., N.Y., in 1848, and was married the same year to Miss Charlotte C. CAMP; have three children - a daughter and two sons. He was elected a Justice of the Peace when quite young; was a candidate for Congress in 1856, and removed to Wisconsin in January 1858, locating in Madison and formed a partnership in the practice of law with S. U. PINNEY, which continued until July 1879, when the present firm of GREGORY & GREGORY was formed. Mr. GREGORY is an Episcopalian and his family are members of this church. In politics he is a Democrat in the sense in which Jefferson and Madison were Democrats, as much removed from radicalism as from centralism.


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