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LOVELL, Frederick Solon, lawyer, born in Charlestown, New Hampshire, 1 November, 1814; died in Kenosha, Wisconsin, 14 May, 1878. He was graduated at Geneva (now Hobart) college, New York, in 1835, studied law, and after admission to the bar in New York settled, in 1837, in Southport (now Kenosha), Wisconsin He served for three sessions in the territorial council, and took part in the constitutional conventions of 1846 and 1847. In 1857 he sat in the legislature, and was a commissioner to revise the state statutes, and in 1858 he was speaker of the assembly. He entered the National army in August, 1862, as lieutenant-colonel of the 33d Wisconsin infantry, and served later as colonel of the 43d regiment in the southwest. In January, 1865, he was commissioned colonel of the 46th regiment, and on 27 September of that year was mustered out, and resumed the practice of law at Kenosha.
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