Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Charles R. Schirm (1864-1918)
MSA SC 3520-1722

Biography:

Born Charles Reginald Schirm, August 12, 1864, in Baltimore, Maryland. Son of Conrad and Antonette (Krutsch) Schirm.  Attended public schools; Washington and Jefferson College, 1884-88; University of Baltimore Law School, 1896.  Admitted to Baltimore County bar, 1896. Admitted to the Maryland bar, March 3, 1898.  Married  (1) Annie Maude Charlton, March 8, 1891; (2) Mayne Frederick Charlton, November 25, 1903.  Died November 2, 1918, in Baltimore, Maryland.  Buried at Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland.

Maryland House of Delegates, Baltimore City, 1898 (Republican). U.S. House of Representatives, 4th District, 1901-03 (Republican). Delegate, Progressive National Convention, 1912. Counsel, Board of Police Commissioners, Baltimore, 1899-1900. Police justice, Southwestern Station, 1914-16. Justice of the Peace, 4th Legislative District, 1914-16.

Lawyer. Iron molding apprentice, Isaac A. Sheppard & Company, 1880-84. Teacher, Pennsylvania and Maryland, 1888-90. Employee, McKee & Koethen Attorneys in Pittsburgh, 1890-91; Swift & Company, ca. 1891; Patapsco Title Company, 1891-94. Practiced law, office of Edwin J. Farber, 1896-98; Walraven & Schirm, 1989-1918.

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