Henry Stump
American judge
Henry Stump
Henry Stump served as Judge of the Criminal Court, 5th Judicial Circuit in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, from 1851 to 1860, one of the most lawless and politically violent decades in Baltimore history. He presided over the infamous trial of Plug-Ugly Henry Gambrill for the murder of a Baltimore police officer. In 1860, the Maryland General Assembly removed Stump from office for "misbehavior," the only jurist in Maryland history to be removed from the bench.
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Ask Ron: Were Karl Marx Cigars made in Reading? - Reading Eagle
Google News - over 5 years
J. Henry Stump, manager of the Socialist People's Printing Co., had an office in the Lyceum in the 1920s. He would become three-time mayor of Reading, being elected in 1927, 1935 and 1943. Interestingly, the same Reading cooperative that made Karl Marx
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Paid Notice: Memorials MIDDENDORF, HENRY STUMP JR.
NYTimes - almost 17 years
MIDDENDORF-Henry Stump Jr. Memorial service on Tuesday, April 25, at 5 P.M., St. John's in the Village, 224 Waverly Place at West 11th Street, New York City.
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Paid Notice: Memorials MIDDENDORF, HENRY STUMP JR.
NYTimes - almost 17 years
MIDDENDORF-Henry Stump Jr. Memorial service on Tuesday, April 25, at 5 P.M., St. John's in the Village, 224 Waverly Place at West 11th Street, New York City.
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H.S. Middendorf Jr., 77, Manhattan Lawyer
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Henry S. Middendorf Jr., a prominent New York lawyer who also was active in conservative politics, serving as vice chairman of the Conservative Party in New York State, died Thursday at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan. He was 77. The cause of death was a heart attack, said Robert Speller, a friend. Henry Stump Middendorf Jr. was born in Baltimore
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  • 1865
    Stump died on October 29, 1865 at his brother's Cecil County home.
    More Details Hide Details Between 1790 and 1860, Baltimore's population increased from 13,000 to 200,000, making it the third largest city in the United States. The Bank crisis in the 1830s, large numbers of European immigrants (a quarter of the population by 1860), a large free black population (25,000 in 1860), as well as slavery, created economic and political tensions. In addition, the “state’s 1851 constitution altered traditional political alignments in Maryland, and on the national front, the struggle over the Compromise of 1850 gravely injured Maryland’s political equilibrium. The subsequent dissolution of the Whig Party in the 1852 national elections left many Marylanders in the lurch. These voters turned to prohibition and nativism as answers to the problems facing their communities. By 1854, the Know-Nothing, or American, Party seized the reins of mayoral power in Baltimore, marking the rise of one of America’s most unusual third parties.” In 1855, the American Party won power in the Baltimore City Council, the General Assembly and the Maryland delegation to Congress.
    Born in 1865.
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