1832 – Born on the 3rd of October in Haverhill, Massachusetts.
1857 – He graduated from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire.
1861 – He helped organize the 39th Ohio Infantry, and was rewarded with a commission as its first major.
1864 – He was severely wounded in his ankle in a skirmish at Ruff’s Mill during the Atlanta Campaign.
1865 – He commanded the post and resigned to become city solicitor.
1866 – He was elected as the probate judge of Hamilton County.
1872 – He served one two-year term pushing for stricter coal mine inspection laws and promoting fish
1890 – He died on the 4th of September in Cincinnati, Ohio.