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Daniel J. Donahoe


Daniel J. Donahoe is a native of Brimfield, Mass., born February 27, 1853. He finished his education at Wesleyan University, Middletown, in 1872, studied law for three years, and was admitted to the bar in June, 1875. 

He engaged in the practice of his profession at Meriden three years, then located in Middletown, where he has since been in continuous practice. He married Margaret Burns, who died in April, 1888, leaving two young children, daughters. Mr. Donahoe is a member of the Catholic church, and of the democratic party. He holds the associate judgeship of the Middletown city court, is a member of the city board of education, and president of the town board of health. He stands well as a lawyer before the bar of Middlesex County, is an earnest and conscientious advocate, and a gentleman of fine literary accomplishments. 

He is author of "Idyls of Israel, and other poems," published in 1888, and "A Tent by the Lake, and other poems," 1889. Both volumes have had a fair sale, and have been well received by the public. 

SourceIllustrated Popular Biography of Connecticut - 1891 Compiled and Published by J. A. Spalding Hartford Conn.  Press of the Case, Lockwood and Brainard Company 1891

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