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Charles R. Ladd

Charles Rensselaer Ladd[1]
11th Massachusetts Auditor[2]
In office
May 5, 1879[2] – 1891
Appointed by Thomas Talbot[1]
Preceded by Julius L. Clarke
Succeeded by William D. T. Trefry
Member of the
Massachusetts House of Representatives[1]
In office
1879[2] – 1879[2]
Member of the
Massachusetts State Senate[1]
First Hampden District[3]
In office
1869[2] – 1870[2]
Member of the
Massachusetts House of Representatives[1]
In office
1853[2] – 1854[2]
Member of the
Springfield, Massachusetts
Board of Aldermen[2][3]
Member of the
Springfield, Massachusetts
Common Council[2][3]
Treasurer of
Hampden County, Massachusetts[2][3]
In office
1859[3][4] – 1867[4]
Preceded by Norman Norton[4]
Succeeded by M. Wells Bridge[4]
Register of Probate
Hampden County, Massachusetts[2][3]
In office
1857[3][4] – 1859[3][4]
Preceded by Charles A. Winchester[4]
Succeeded by William S. Shurtleff[4]
Member of the
Chicopee, Massachusetts
Board of Selectmen[3]
Personal details
Born April 9, 1822[1][2]
Tolland, Connecticut[1][2]
Died October 27, 1903[1][5]
Jacksonville, Florida[1][5]
Nationality American
Political party Republican[6]
Spouse(s) Ella M. Weaver[3]
Profession Attorney[3]

Charles Rensselaer Ladd (April 9, 1822 – October 27, 1903) was an American attorney and politician who served as Massachusetts Auditor.



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  • Copeland, Alfred Minott: Our county and its people: A History of Hampden County Massachusetts, Volume One, pages. 149, 151 (1902).
  • Hennessy, Michael Edmund: Twenty-Five Years of Massachusetts Politics: from Russell to McCall, 1890–1915, page 2, (1917).
  • Rand, John Clark:, One of a Thousand: a Series of Biographical Sketches of One Thousand Representative Men, Boston, MA: First National Publishing Company, p. 362, (1890).
  • The Atlanta Constitution, Charles R. Ladd., p. 9, (October 28, 1903).
  • The New York Times, DEATH LIST OF A DAY. Charles Rensselaer Ladd, p. 9, (October 28, 1903).


Political offices
Preceded by
Julius L. Clarke
11th Massachusetts Auditor
May 5, 1879–1891
Succeeded by
William D. T. Trefry
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