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Edge, Walter Evans

Born: 1873 AD
Died: 1956 AD
2 (40%) 7 votes

1873 – Born on the 20th of November in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

1877 – He moved from Philadelphia to Pleasantville, New Jersey, U.S.A.

1890 – He was employed in a printing office in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

1897 – He served as journal clerk of the New Jersey Senate.

1899 – He resigned from that position to served as a second lieutenant in the United States Army during

                the Spanish-American War.

1901 – He was appointed as a secretary of the state senate.

1910 – He was elected to the New Jersey General Assembly.

1915 – He became a senate president in United States of America.

1917 – He served as a Governor of New Jersey.

1919 – He served as a United States Senator representing New Jersey.

1929 – He resigned his position as a representative of New Jersey.

         – He was appointed as a United States Ambassador in France.

1944 – He was elected for a second three-year term as Governor of New Jersey.

1956 – He died on the 29th of October in New York City, U.S.A.

2 (40%) 7 votes