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Maryland Manual, 1898
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schools and Roxbury Academy, Delaware county, N. Y. He
enlisted in the Fourth New York Cavalry on October 17,
1861. During the second battle of Bull Run he was
wounded on the right shoulder. Later he was made
assistant provost marshal of the thirteenth district of New
York, which office he held until November, 1864, when he
was commissioned by Governor Horatio Seymour as first
lieutenant of the Fifteenth New York Volunteers. After
the war he engaged in the lumber business at Shokan,
N. Y., until 1868, when he came to Maryland. Settling in
Allegany county, he carried on a general merchandise
business. In 1874 he was County Commissioner, and in
1879 and 1880 he represented his county in the Legislature.
For the past year he has been connected with the United
States Fidelity and Guaranty Company, Calvert and German
streets. He was elected member of the House of Delegates
in 1897.


Philip H. Lenderking was born at Hesse Court, Ger-
many, in 1843, where he was educated. He came to this
country in 1857, and learned the trade of tinsmith. At
the breaking out of the civil war in 1861, he enlisted in
the Fifth Maryland Volunteers. He participated in many
battles and received an honorable discharge in 1864, due
to the expiration of his period of enlistment. Mr. Lender-
king then went to Lexington, Va., where he followed his
trade until 1868, when he returned to Baltimore. In 1869,
he engaged in the business of coppersmith, plumbing and
steam fitting, which he now conducts at 203 West Pratt
street. He comes of a martial family, having had five
brothers who fought in the Union Army. Three of them
were killed in battle. He was elected member of the
House of Delegates in 1897.

JOHN S. WILSON, Democrat.

John S. Wilson is the senior member of the successful
firm of J. S. Wilson & Co., lumber and hardware merchants
of Catonsville. He is also an extensive real estate owner
in Catonsville. For five years he was president of the
school board. Mr. Wilson is a prominent Mason and Odd


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