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- Connell, Allison Barlow
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Born in Woodstock, New Brunswick, in 1850, Allison Barlow Connell was the son of George Connell (1817-1898), a barrister, and Mary Ann Fisher (1825-1885). Allison Connell received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of New Brunswick in 1872. In 1873 he graduated from Harvard Law School with a Bachelor of Laws. In 1874, A. B. Connell was admitted as an attorney in Woodstock and in 1875, as a barrister. Connell became a partner of Lewis P. Fisher in 1875, in the firm of Fisher & Connell.
Allison Connell married Mary E. Dibblee in 1877 and had three children: E. Kenneth, Allison Beresford, and Norris Barlow. Allison Barlow Connell died in 1937.
Sources: Biographical Review. eds. I. Allen Jack, 1900.
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