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Maryland Manual, 1902
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W. H. FORSYTHE, JR., Democrat.

Mr. Forsythe is one of the youngest members of the House.
He graduated from Western Maryland in 1894, receiving the
degree of B.A., and two years after M.A. He subsequently
took a special course at the Hopkins, and also a course at the-
Universlty of Maryland in 1897. In the same year he was.
admitted to the bar, and practices both in the county and Bal-
timore. Mr. Forsythe is counsel for several corporations and.
director of the Sykesville Bank.

KENT COUNTY— Two Members.

Mr. KendalFs re-election to the House confirms his popu-
larity and the confidence in his ability which his constituents-
repose in him. He is a large contractor and builder, having
taken a comprehensive course in practical mechanics. In
1880 he was appointed census enumerator, and in 1896 district
assessor. He is a member of Fairlee Conclave, Jr. O. U.A. M. r
trustee of school, and surveyor for Mutual Fire Insurance
Company of Kent County.

THOMAS W. TREW, Republican.

Mr. Trew is a representative young man of the county,
coming from one of the oldest and best families. He is a.
most successful farmer, having under his supervision about
six hundred acres of land in a high state of cultivation. He
is a native of Kent County, about forty years of age.

W. A. JOHNSTON, Democrat.

Mr. Johnston, was born in 1865. After leaving Dartmouth
College he studied law in Washington and attended the
National University Law School of the District of Columbia,
graduating in 1888. He has ever since practiced his pro-

JOHN P. SELLMAN, Democrat.

Mr. Sellman is a son of the late Capt. Wm. O. Sellman
who served a term in the Maryland Senate. In May, 1861,
he enlisted in the Confederate Army, joining the First Vir-
ginia Cavalry, commanded by Gen. J. E. B. Stuart. Twelve
months later he joined the First Maryland Cavalry, com-
manded by Col. Ridgely Brown, and remained with it until
the surrender in 1865. Mr. Sellman is now living on his
country estate, and is extensively engaged in farming and
stock grazing. In 1888 he was elected Commissioner for the
Third Election District, and served two terms,.


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