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Title: Memoirs of the judiciary and the bar of New England for the nineteenth century : with a history of the judicial system of New England
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Reno, Conrad, 1859-1933 Jones, Leonard A. (Leonard Augustus), 1832-1909
Subjects: Lawyers — New England Courts — New England New England — Biography
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Century Memorial Publishing Co.
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library
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Carver, the fatiier of thesuhject of this sketch, married Frances A.,daughter of Josejih Pendleton, of Searsport,Me., and a grantldaugliter of William Pendle-ton, who was taken jirisoner in the war of 1 S] 1.Her father was a prominent ship master. Eugene P. Carver is the son of Capt. NatiianCarver and Frances A., daughter of Capt. Jo-seph Pendleton, his wife, and was liorn inSearsport, ^le., Septemher o, ISCU. He s[Hntmuch of his hoyhood at sea with his pai-ents,going to all parts of tlie world. During thisperiod, and hy an actual service of fourteenmonths wlien a young man, he ac(juired a practical knowledge of marine matters, andthe rudiments of a sailors life. He attendedthe Polytechnic In.stitute in Brooklyn, N. Y.,and the puhlic .schools of Newhuryport, Mass.,and wasgraduated hom tin- Boston High Schoolin 1(S77. Afti.r hasiug the ad\antages of aprivate tutor for ahoul a yvwv hi entered theBoston Univeisity Law School ami recei\edhis degree of Lh.l!. tluMXhom in .Inne, l<SiSJ,
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KUGKiNt !■. e.lUVEK. having heen admitted tci tin.- Sidfolk liar thepreceding munth. lie at once hegan activepractice in Bostc.jii ;it -is State street, wherehe still remains. In I SOt) he formed a co-partnership with lvl\ar<l Iv llhidgctt, whielistill continues uiidci the lirm name of Carver& Blodgett, the other p;iliners, .suhsequeutlyadmitted, heing Ste}ihen 11. -Junes and Addi-son C. Ituruhani. The husines.s of this lirmmay lie teriiRMi general in its seojie and char-acter, yet it is ehieliy imixirtant in tho.sehranches relating to corporatiiins, admiralty,insurance, and genei;il connniMi-ial law. Thefirm acts as counsel for a nundier of in-surance and trust companies and hanks, fortwo large \essel owners associations, and forseveral steamship lines. In the practice ofthe law of admiralt\ Mr. Caiver lias had an BIOGRA PHICA L.—MASS A CHUSE TTS. 485 extensive exiicriencc, luiviiig been connectedwitli siicli well known cases as tiie City of(olnnil)us, the Alva, the II. M
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