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Charles N. Haskell

Charles N. HaskellAKA Charles Nathaniel Haskell

Born: 13-Mar-1860
Birthplace: West Leipsic, OH
Died: 5-Jul-1933
Location of death: Oklahoma City, OK [1]
Cause of death: Pneumonia
Remains: Buried, Greenhill Cemetery, Muskogee, OK

Gender: Male
Religion: Methodist
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Politician
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Governor of Oklahoma, 1907-11

Delegate to the Sequoyah Constitutional Convention in 1905, where he largely wrote the Constitution for the state of Sequoyah, which failed admission to the Union. Instead, a combined state from the Oklahoma Territory and the Indian Territory, Oklahoma, gained admission in 1907.

[1] Skirvin Hotel, Oklahoma City, OK.

Father: George Richardson Haskell (b. 3-Apr-1816, d. 13-Jan-1863 pneumonia)
Mother: Jane H. Reeves (b. 21-Apr-1830, d. 29-Sep-1898)
Wife: Lucie Pomeroy (m. 11-Oct-1881, d. 1888, two sons, one daughter)
Son: Norman Reuel Haskell (b. 12-Sep-1882, d. 11-Oct-1918)
Son: Murray George Haskell (b. 19-Aug-1884, d. 10-Aug-1925)
Daughter: Lucie Pomeroy Haskell (b. 30-Apr-1887, d. 20-Feb-1933)
Wife: Lillie Elizabeth Gallup (m. 4-Sep-1889, until his death, d. 13-Jul-1940, two daughters, one son)
Daughter: Frances Lillian Haskell (b. 27-Jun-1890, d. 24-Jun-1980)
Son: Charles Josiah Haskell ("Joseph", b. 12-Dec-1891, d. 12-Aug-1932)
Daughter: Naomi Jane Haskell (b. 29-Dec-1892, d. 9-Jul-1961)

    Governor of Oklahoma (16-Nov-1907 to 9-Jan-1911)
    Ohio State Bar Association 1880
    Stroke 1933

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