Edgar Jay Sherman
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Edgar Jay Sherman (1834-1914) was born in Weathersfield, Vermont, where he was a distinguished lawyer and judge. He was a Civil War veteran, serving first as a captain in Company F, Forty-eighth Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. At the time Mary Baker Eddy wrote to him, he was the District Attorney for the Eastern District of Massachusetts, a position he held from 1868 until 1882. From 1883 until 1887, he served as Massachusetts Attorney General, and following that, he was a judge in the Massachusetts Superior Court until his retirement in 1911.
Edgar Jay Sherman
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Edgar Jay Sherman (1834-1914) was born in Weathersfield, Vermont, where he was a distinguished lawyer and judge. He was a Civil War veteran, serving first as a captain in Company F, Forty-eighth Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. At the time Mary Baker Eddy wrote to him, he was the District Attorney for the Eastern District of Massachusetts, a position he held from 1868 until 1882. From 1883 until 1887, he served as Massachusetts Attorney General, and following that, he was a judge in the Massachusetts Superior Court until his retirement in 1911.