George Stillman Hillard

  • American

George Stillman Hillard was an American lawyer and author. Besides developing his Boston legal practice (with Charles Sumner as a partner), he served in the Massachusetts legislature, edited several Boston journals, and wrote on literature, politics and travel. - Wikipedia

Notable Position Organization From To
Partner Hillard and Sumner 1833 1851


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1834/11/00 Charles Sumner and George Hillard begin sharing a law office at 4 Court Street (lost) in Boston. They will work together until Sumner leaves for Washington as the Free Soil Party's successful candidate for the US Senate. Work
1850/00/00 George and Susan Hillard live at 62 Pinckney Street from the early 1840s until the 1870s. Home George and Susan Hillard House Boston
1867/11/21 George Hillard, United States Attorney for Massachusetts (which is a very good office - Dickens), visits Charles Dickens at the Parker House. Hillard sends his love to the Dickens family in England. Visitor Dickens' Door and Mirror at the Parker House Parker House Boston Charles Dickens' 1867 Tour of America
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