Hallam family.

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Theodore Frelinghuysen Hallam, former Confederate officer, lawyer, state senator, orator, and wit, was very active in Democratic party politics in northern Kentucky in the late nineteenth century. He was noted for leading the faction within the party which opposed William Goebel in the 1890's. In 1875, Hallam married Bettie Stevenson, of Covington, Ky. They had one daughter, Alice Stevenson Hallam.

From the description of Hallam family papers, 1858-1951, 1873-1940 (bulk dates). (University of Kentucky Libraries). WorldCat record id: 13439005

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Kentucky
Covington (Ky.)
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Law--Cases
Practice of law
Occupation
Politicians
Lawyers
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Family

Active 1858

Active 1951

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