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Name Rose, John Carter
City Baltimore
State MD
Role(s) Judge : Federal, Article III
Race White
Gender M
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For biographical information from the Federal Judicial Center, see www.fjc.gov/servlet/nGetInfo?jid=2046

Rose, John Carter
Born April 27, 1861, in Baltimore, MD
Died March 26, 1927, in Atlantic City, NJ

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For biographical information from the Federal Judicial Center, see www.fjc.gov/servlet/nGetInfo?jid=2046

Rose, John Carter
Born April 27, 1861, in Baltimore, MD
Died March 26, 1927, in Atlantic City, NJ

Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U.S. District Court, District of Maryland
Nominated by William H. Taft on March 25, 1910, to a new seat authorized by 36 Stat. 201. Confirmed by the Senate on April 4, 1910, and received commission on April 4, 1910. Service terminated on December 26, 1922, due to appointment to another judicial position.

Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
Nominated by Warren G. Harding on December 9, 1922, to a new seat authorized by 42 Stat. 837. Confirmed by the Senate on December 20, 1922, and received commission on December 20, 1922. Service terminated on March 26, 1927, due to death.

Education:
University of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1882

Professional Career:
Private practice, Baltimore, Maryland, 1882-
Editorial writer, Baltimore [Maryland] Sun, 1882-
Supervisor of the census, Baltimore, Maryland, 1890
U.S. attorney for the District of Maryland, 1898-1910

Nominated to U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, November 27, 1922; no Senate vote



This additional biographical data was taken from the Federal Judicial Center [link] on Aug 15, 2016:

Rose, John Carter
Born April 27, 1861, in Baltimore, MD
Died March 26, 1927, in Atlantic City, NJ

Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U.S. District Court, District of Maryland
Nominated by William H. Taft on March 25, 1910, to a new seat authorized by 36 Stat. 201. Confirmed by the Senate on April 4, 1910, and received commission on April 4, 1910. Service terminated on December 26, 1922, due to appointment to another judicial position.

Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
Nominated by Warren G. Harding on December 9, 1922, to a new seat authorized by 42 Stat. 837. Confirmed by the Senate on December 20, 1922, and received commission on December 20, 1922. Service terminated on March 26, 1927, due to death.

Education:
University of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1882

Professional Career:
Private practice, Baltimore, Maryland, 1882-
Editorial writer, Baltimore [Maryland] Sun, 1882-
Supervisor of the census, Baltimore, Maryland, 1890
U.S. attorney for the District of Maryland, 1898-1910

Nominated to U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, November 27, 1922; no Senate vote
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