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Charles H. Ladd


Charles H. Ladd was born in the town of Franklin, July 31, 1848, and received a common school education. 

Most of his life has been devoted to agricultural pursuits, and he has taken an active part in advancing the interests of the town. He is a member of the board of trade, which was organized for the purpose of reviving the industrial enterprises in Sprague, which in years past have made that town the center of so much interest. He has held the offices of selectman and justice of the peace, and was a member of the general assembly from the town of Sprague in 1878. The legislature of that year was the first to occupy the new capitol, spending a few days there at the last of the session. In politics Mr. Ladd is a democrat. He is a member of the Methodist church. His family consists of a wife and three children. The former was Miss Rebecca A. Steere prior to her marriage.

Source:  Builders of Our Nation, Men of 1914 pub. Men of Nineteen-Fourteen, Chicago, Ill. 1915.

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