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Maryland Manual, 1897
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worthy lineage, his maternal grandfather, Benjamin.
Bevard, having been a member of the General Assembly
of 1796 from Baltimore. Mr. Robinson was born in Bal-
timore. He was educated at the public schools, and after-
ward went into the oyster business. For several years'
he has conducted the oyster-packing business at Dodson's
wharf. South Baltimore. For years he has been identi-
fied with Republican party affairs in the Second ward.
He is a member of the Republican State Central Com-
mittee from the Second ward. He is unmarried.

BALTIMORE CITY.—Second Legislative District.
Six Members.


W. Baltzell Jenkins was born in Baltimore in 1853.
His parents were Richard Edwin Jenkins, of Dorchester
county, and Ann B. Jenkins, a daughter of Emory
Edwards, of Kent county. He was educated in the
private and public schools of this State, was taught the
classics and languages by private tutors, read law and has
taken a special course in law in the Maryland University.
He is a lawyer by profession. He was appointed in 1890
by Secretary Windom secretary to the Immigrant Com-
missioner, through the recommendation of Judge Henry
Stockbridge, who was at that time Commissioner. He
was appointed by Governor Lloyd Lowndes a member of
the Board of Control and Review for the Ninth, Tenth,
Eleventh and Twelfth wards.


Upton S. Gosnell is about 61 years of age. He was
born in Baltimore county, and at an early age removed
to Howard county. He received his education in the
public schools, and at the age of 17 years removed to
Baltimore and entered the service of the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad Company as an apprentice blacksmith, and
continued with the company for 43 consecutive years,
reaching the position of general foreman. He tendered
his resignation on January 25, 1896, and it was accepted
on May 12, 1896. For a short period in 1863 Mr. Gosnell
was an enrolling officer, and in 1896, he was an assessor
for the Thirteenth ward. For a number of years he has
been vice-president and a director of the Border State
Savings Bank.


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