First Traverse Jury, Ellsworth, 1886

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A photograph of the First Traverse Jury Team for the April Term of 1886 by the well known area photographer Benjamin F. Joy.

A traverse jury is a trial jury that is impaneled to try an action or prosecution.

Seated in this image, from left are: Back row: P. H. Mills of Deer Isle, D. D. Hodgkins of Lamoine, M. E. Friend of Sedgwick, Q. A. Herrick of Brooklin, J. S. Sargent of Mount Desert and E. R. Richards of Cranberry Isle.

In the front, from left, are: M. Kingman of Mariaville, J. H. Galley of Trenton, H. H. Emerson of Ellsworth, A. T. Jellison of Ellsworth, H. Gross of Oceanville, and J. G. Hill of Gouldsborough.

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  • Title: First Traverse Jury, Ellsworth, 1886
  • Creator: Benjamin F. Joy
  • Creation Date: 1886-04-01
  • Subject Date: 1886-04-01
  • Location: Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME
  • Media: Photographic print
  • Dimensions: 20.4 cm x 25.4 cm
  • Local Code: Genealogy storage, aisle on right
  • Object Type: Image

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