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D. Hopper Emory (1841-1916)
MSA SC 3520-14778


Born Daniel Hopper Emory on February 14, 1841, in Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland. Son of Francis Wilmer and Judge D. C. H. Emory. Attended Newton Acadamy; Rugby Institute, Mt. Washington; tutored by Dr. Edwin Arnold. Studied law with his father. Married Julia Ridgley (b. 1850). Four children: D. Hopper Jr. (b. 1881), Julia R. (b. 1885), Elizabeth (b. 1888), and C. Ridgley (b. 1892). Died February 27, 1916, in Baltimore City, Maryland. Buried at Greenmount Cemetery.

Practiced law in Baltimore County. Commissioner of Chancery, Baltimore County Court. Served in Maryland State Senate, 1896 and 1898; Republican.

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