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Charles Endicott

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Charles Endicott

Charles W. Endicott
Massachusetts Treasurer
In office
Preceded by Henry S. Briggs
Succeeded by Julius L. Clarke
Massachusetts Auditor
In office
Preceded by Henry S. Briggs
Succeeded by Julius L. Clarke
Massachusetts Executive Council
In office
Massachusetts House of Representatives
In office
Personal details
Born October 28, 1822
Canton, Massachusetts
Died August 19, 1899
Boston, Massachusetts
Nationality American
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Miriam Webb,
Augusta G. Dinsmore
Children Charles W. Endicott, (child of Miriam Webb); Edward D. Endicott, Cynthia Endicott (m. R. Montgomery Field 1887) (Children of Augusta G. Dinsmore).
Profession Attorney

Charles W. Endicott (October 28, 1822 – August 19, 1899) was an American attorney and politician who served as Auditor and Treasurer of Massachusetts.

Early life

Endicott was born in Canton, Massachusetts to Elijah Endicot and Cynthia (Childs) Endicott.

State Treasurer

In November 1875 Endicott was elected state treasurer[1] for a term beginning in January 1876.

Endicott retired from the treasurer's office after his fifth term. Endicott had served five consecutive one year terms as treasurer and he was barred by term limits from running for re-election.[2]




  • New York Times, "State Tax Commissioner Endicott Dead," page 1, (August 20, 1899).
  • Toomey, Daniel, Massachusetts of Today, page 235 (1893)
  • Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, page 1164 (1908).
Political offices
Preceded by
Henry S. Briggs
Massachusetts Auditor
Succeeded by
Julius L. Clarke
Preceded by
Charles Adams, Jr.
Massachusetts Treasurer
Succeeded by
Daniel A. Gleason

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