Archives of Maryland
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William Viers Bouic Jr. (1846-1906)
MSA SC 3520-14785
Maryland State Senate, MO 1898-1901


Born in Montgomery County, Maryland, July 20, 1846. Second child of William Viers Bouic (1816-1896) and Mary Ann Matilda (Viers) Bouic. Attended Rockville Academy; Columbian College, A.B. 1868, A.M. 1871. Admitted to the Bar, 1870. Married Alice Ann Almoney, 1870. Six surviving children: Henry V., Isabelle (d. 1918), William Garner, Albert M. (b. 1882), and Charles Norman (d. 1919). Died October 12, 1906, in Rockville, Maryland.

Studied law with his father. Practiced in partnership with Thomas Anderson, 1870-1900. Charter member, vice-president of Maryland State Bar Association, 1896. Secretary, Montgomery County Bar Association. Montgomery County council, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, 1870-1906. Served on Rockville town council for seventeen years. Mayor of Rockville, 1888-1890, 1890-1891. Presidential elector, 1893; supported Grover Cleveland. Served in Maryland Senate, 1898-1901; Democrat. Board of Trustees, Rockville Academy; secretary, treasurer, Montgomery Agricultural Society; Knights of Pythias.

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