Elihu E. Jackson (1837-1907)
MSA SC 3520-1472

Governor of Maryland, 1888-1892 (Democrat)

Born:  near Delmar, Somerset (now Wicomico) County, Maryland, November 3, 18371
Father:   Hugh Jackson2
Mother:  Sarah (McBride) Jackson3
Marriage:  November 25, 1869 to Nannie Rider4
Children:  Margaret; Nellie; Hugh William; Everett Elihu; and Richard Newton5
Education:  attended public schools6
Religious affiliation: Methodist Episcopal7
Positions held:
            Partner (with father and broth, William H.), E.E. Jackson & Co., Salisbury, 1870 to ca. 1900
            Partner, Jackson Brothers Lumber Co., Salisbury, 1876 to ca. 1900
            Member, Maryland House of Delegates, 1882
            Member, Maryland Senate, 1884-1886, 1896-1898
            Governor of Maryland, 1888-1892
            Lumber interests in Alabama and Mississippi, ca. 1900-1907
            President, Salisbury National Bank and Seaford National Bank of Delaware
            Director, Fidelity and Deposit Company
            Director, International Trust Company
            Trustee, Randolph-Macon College8
Died:  Baltimore City, December 27, 1907, 9
Burial: Parson's Cemetery, Salisbury, Maryland10

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