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Edward H. Moren

Edward Hawthorne Moren
2nd Lieutenant Governor of Alabama
In office
November 26, 1870 – November 17, 1872
Governor Robert B. Lindsay
Preceded by Andrew J. Applegate
Succeeded by Alexander McKinstry
Personal details
Born (1825-12-25)December 25, 1825
Boston, Massachusetts
Died March 19, 1886(1886-03-19) (aged 60)
Political party Democratic

Edward Hawthorne Moren (December 25, 1825 – March 19, 1886) was the second Lieutenant Governor of Alabama. A Democrat, Moren served Governor Robert Burns Lindsay of the same political party, from 1870 to 1872.

Moren was raised in Dinwiddie County, Virginia by his parents Daniel and Mary Moren. His father, Daniel, was a State senator in Virginia for several terms. After graduating from medical school in New York, Edward Moren enlisted in the U.S. Army as an assistant surgeon, serving during the Mexican-American War. After leaving the U.S. army in 1848, Moren moved to Bibb County, Alabama where he continued to practice medicine. Over a decade later, in 1861, Moren was appointed to the upper house of the general assembly, in order to represent Perry and Bibb Counties. During his time in the upper house, Moren served on the Committee of Finance and Taxation as well as the Joint Committee of Retrenchment, as chairman.

After serving several terms in the upper house,

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