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U.S. District Court in Wisconsin

U.S. District Judges for Wisconsin, 1848-70 (may be incomplete!)
Andrew G. Miller 1848-70

U.S. District Judges for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, 1870-2017 (may be incomplete!)
Andrew G. Miller 1870-73 James H. Howe 1873 Charles E. Dyer 1875-88 James G. Jenkins 1888-93 William Henry Seaman 1893-1905 Ferdinand August Geiger 1912-39 F. Ryan Duffy 1939-49 Kenneth Philip Grubb 1955-65 John W. Reynolds, Jr. 1965-86 Robert W. Warren 1974-91 Terence Thomas Evans 1979-95 Thomas John Curran 1983-97 Joseph P. Stadtmueller 1987- Rudolph Thomas Randa 1992-2016 Charles N. Clevert, Jr. 1996-2012 Lynn S. Adelman 1997-

Officeholding Events (may be incomplete!)

  • 1873 Jan 1: Andrew G. Miller, retired.
  • 1888 May 18: Charles E. Dyer, resigned.
  • 1939 May 22: Ferdinand August Geiger, retired.
  • 1965 Oct 8: Kenneth Philip Grubb, retired.
  • 1997 Jan 1: Thomas John Curran, took senior status.
  • 2012 Oct 31: Charles N. Clevert, Jr., took senior status.
  • 2016 Feb 5: Rudolph Thomas Randa, took senior status.

    U.S. District Judges for the Western District of Wisconsin, 1870-2010 (may be incomplete!)
    James C. Hopkins 1870-77 Romanzo Bunn 1877-1905 Arthur Loomis Sanborn 1905-20 Claude Zeth Luse 1921 Patrick T. Stone 1933-63 James E. Doyle 1965-80 Barbara Brandriff Crabb 1979-2010 John C. Shabaz 1981-2009

    Officeholding Events (may be incomplete!)

  • 1877 Sep 3: James C. Hopkins, died in office.
  • 1905 Jan 9: Romanzo Bunn, retired.
  • 1920 Oct 18: Arthur Loomis Sanborn, died in office.
  • 1963 Jan 13: Patrick T. Stone, died in office.
  • 2009 Jan 20: John C. Shabaz, took senior status.
  • 2010 Mar 24: Barbara Brandriff Crabb, took senior status.
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