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Charles Byron Bellinger

Biography of Charles Byron Bellinger

Biographic Details

  • Family Name (Surname): Bellinger
  • First Name: Charles
  • Middle Name: Byron
  • Date of Birth: November , 21 , 1839
  • Place of Birth (POB): Maquon , Illinois (US-IL, IL, 17, Ill., Il., Ills., Ill's)
  • Date of Death: May , 12 , 1905
  • Place of Death (POD): Portland , Oregon (US-OR, OR, 41, Oreg., Ore., Or.)
  • Gender Identity: Male
  • Race or Ethnicity: White

Charles Byron Bellinger Court Service Information

  • Court Name: United States District Court, District of Oregon
  • Court Type: United States District Court
  • Appointment under the Presidency of: Grover Cleveland ( Democratic )
  • Judge Nomination vote date (as recorded in the Senate Executive Journal): 04/11/1893
  • Seat vacated by: Deady , Matthew P.
  • Referral of Nominations to Judiciary Committee Date: 04/11/1893
  • Committee action: Reported With Recommendation
  • Committee action date: 04/14/1893
  • Senate voice vote?: Yes
  • Senate vote Date (Confirmation Date): 04/15/1893
  • Commission Date: 04/15/1893
  • Date of Termination: 05/12/1905
  • Termination of function of Judge (specific reason): Death

Charles Byron Bellinger in the Law School

  • Name of School: Read law
  • Law Degree Year: 1863

Charles Byron Bellinger Career Path

Employment:

  • Private practice, Salem, Oregon, 1863-1864
  • Newspaper editor, Salem Review, Salem, Oregon, 1864
  • Newspaper editor, Arena, Salem, Oregon, 1864-1866
  • Merchant, Monroe, Oregon, 1866-1869
  • State representative, Oregon, 1868
  • Newspaper editor, Albany Democrat, Albany, Oregon, 1869-1870
  • Newspaper editor, Portland News, Portland, Oregon, 1870-1890
  • State prosecutor, Oregon, 1871-1872
  • Oregon state militia lieutenant colonel/aide, 1873-1874
  • Clerk/reporter of decisions, Supreme Court of Oregon, 1874-1878
  • Private practice, Portland, Oregon, 1870- , 1873-1874, 1880-1893
  • Judge, Oregon Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial District, 1878-1880

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