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Maryland Manual, 1907-08
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CHARLES G. SATTERFIELD, Republican—Hurlock.

Mr. Charles G. Satterfield was born on a farm near Milford,
Del., about 38 years ago. After receiving a thorough
training in the public schools of his State, he left the
rank of pupil and graduated into that of teacher. He
was shortly afterwards offered a desirable position with a
prominent druggist, which he accepted and retained for sev-
eral years. In 1900 he removed to the flourishing town of
Hurlock and opened a hardware and drug store. In this
business he has achieved much success. Mr. Satterfield is
prominent in military circles. He was for some time captain
of a company in the National Guards of Delaware, and is at
present first lieutenant of Company F, First Regiment,
Maryland National Guard. He is a member of the Masonic
fraternity, and is State Banker in the Modern Woodmen of.
America. Five years ago he married Annie, the eldest
daughter of B. F. Johnson, the prominent creamery man of
Harlock. Mr. Satterfield has a host of friends, who confi-
dently expected he would spend the approaching winter in

EDWARD S. PHILLIPS, Republican—Cambridge.

Mr. Edward S. Phillips was born on Hooper's Island,
Dorchester county, Md., in the year 1869. He received his
education in the public schools of this county, and when but
14 years of age he stopped school and accepted a clerk-
ship in a general store in Cambridge with his brother,
Milford Phillips, the present Sheriff of Dorchester county.
In 1885 Edward S. Phillips formed a partnership with his
father, George W. Phillips, and purchased the stock of
goods from his biother, Milford Phillips. In 1890 he became
the sole owner and manager of the entire business. He also
established a livery business in connection with the mercan-
tile business, and is now proprietor of a large livery and sale
establishment. In 1895 he was elected Sheriff of Dorchester
county, and has been elected a member of the City Council
three times; was a inember of that body when elected to
the House of Delegates, November 5, 1907, but since that
time has resigned; also engaged in real estate and fire insur-
ance business in Dorchester county; president of the Dor-
chester Standard Publishing Company, and director of the
Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Cambridge, Md.


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