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Jessie Holdom Holdom was active in the Chicago Bar Association and the Illinois State Bar Association, serving as ISBA president 1900-1901. He was also involved in Trinity Episcopal Church, the Republican Party, and the Union League Club of Chicago.
Jessie Holdom Holdom practiced law with Knickerbocker. In 1878, Knickerbocker invited Holdom to become a partner of his firm, which was then known as Knickerbocker & Holdom. Knickerbocker retired in 1889, and Holdom continued as a solo practitioner. He was a successful lawyer, particularly in cases involving wills and title to real estate. Governor of Illinois Joseph W. Fifer appointed Holdom as Public Guardian.
Jessie Holdom Jessie Holdom (1851-1930) was a prominent Chicago lawyer and judge.
Holdom station Located adjacent to the station is a residential development with two high-rise towers, low-rise units, and several commercial shops.
Holdom station 129 Edmonds Station
129 Metrotown Station
136 Lougheed Station
136 Brentwood Station
N9 Coquitlam Station
N9 Downtown
Jessie Holdom Jessie Holdom was born in London on August 23, 1851, the son of William and Eliza (Merritt) Holdom. His Holdom ancestors had lived in the Spitalfields neighbourhood of London for nearly three hundred years, after fleeing France during the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre. Holdom immigrated to the United States at the age of seventeen, settling in Chicago in July 1868. Beginning in 1870, he read law with lawyer Joshua C. Knickerbocker. He was admitted to the bar of Illinois on September 13, 1873.
Jessie Holdom In November 1898, Holdom was elected as a judge of the superior court of Cook County, Illinois.
Jessie Holdom Holdom married Edith I. Foster in 1877. His first wife died in 1891. Holdom remarried in 1893, to Mabel Brady. Holdom had four children: Edith, Jessie, Martha, and Courtland.
Holdom station Holdom station is an elevated Millennium Line SkyTrain station, a part of Metro Vancouver's SkyTrain rapid transit system.
Holdom station The station is located at the intersection of Lougheed Highway and Holdom Avenue in Burnaby. The station structure is topped with a sculpture by glass artist Graham Scott, including square lanterns made of sandblasted mirror that is lit by stage-quality lighting. The colour of the lights, controlled by a computer, continually and randomly changes.