Charles Bayley Adams
Charles Bayley Adams (September 2, 1887 – February 6, 1961) was a Vermont politician, judge and attorney who served as President of the Vermont State Senate and a Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court.
Charles Bayley Adams was born in Randolph, Vermont on September 2, 1887, a son of Jairus B. Adams and Effie (Thurston) Adams. He was educated in the public schools of Randolph, and graduated from the State Normal School in Randolph in 1905 and Montpelier Seminary in 1907.
Start of careerEdit
Death and burialEdit
- "Charles Adams, Retired State Supreme Court Justice, Dies". Rutland Herald. Rutland, VT. February 7, 1961. p. 2 – via Newspapers.com.
- Vermont Secretary of State, Legislative Directory, 1947, page 589
- James Clark Fifield, The American Bar, 1918, page 674
- Phi Kappa Phi fraternity, Journal of Phi Kappa Phi, Volumes 1-6, 1915, page 44
- University of Maine at Orono, Annual Catalog, 1913, page 240
- University of Maine Alumni Association, Alumni Directory, 1921, page 108
- Vermont Secretary of State, Legislative Directory, 1955, page 594
- Vermont Secretary of State, Legislative Directory, 1935, page 484
- Vermont Secretary of State, Legislative Directory, 1941, page 620
- Vermont Secretary of State, Legislative Directory, 1957, page 606
- University of Maine at Orono, The Maine Alumnus, Volume 30, Issue 5, 1949
- George Derby, James Terry White, The National Cyclopædia of American Biography, Volume 49, 1966
- Vermont Bar Association, Annual Meeting Proceedings, 1961, page 24
- Vermont Death Records, entry for Charles Bayley Adams, accessed July 4, 2012
- Charles Bayley Adams page, Find A Grave, accessed July 4, 2012
- "Mrs. Jeanette Adams Dies, had Active Life". Burlington Free Press. Burlington, VT. November 25, 1975. p. 8 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Obituary, Charles J. Adams". Times Argus. Barre, VT. May 17, 2008.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
William H. Wills
| President pro tempore of the Vermont State Senate
1933 – 1935
William H. Wills
John S. Buttles
| Associate Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court
1949 – 1959
Milford K. Smith