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  • winans, james january, a representative from ohio; born in maysville, ky., june 7, 1818; moved with his parents to greene county, ohio; attended the common schools and the university of lexington, kentucky; studied law; was admitted to the bar in lexington, ky., in 1841 and commenced practice in indiana; moved to xenia, greene county, ohio, in 1843 and continued the practice of law; clerk of the greene county courts 1845-1851; served in the state senate in 1857; member of the state house of representatives in 1863; judge of the court of common pleas 1864-1871; elected as a republican to the forty-first congress (march 4, 1869-march 3, 1871); unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1870 to the forty-second congress; resumed the practice of law; died in xenia, ohio, april 28, 1879; interment in woodlawn cemetery. factmonster.com

  • born at xenia, ohio, nov. 27, 1875. educated at miami university, ohio, and at princeton. served as assistant librarian at the astor and lenox libraries in new york city from 1897 to 1903. his volumes of poetry and poetic drama include: "the house of a hundred lights", 1900; "el dorado, a tragedy", 1903; "abelard and héloise: a drama", 1907. since mr. torrence published his last collection, he has done some of his finest work in lyric and narrative poetry, work that has appeared in the magazines and which will probably be collected soon into book form. he is a poet of vision, one of the truest voices of our day, though his work is sparse in output. infoplease.com

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