Memorials of Connecticut Judges and Attorneys
As Printed in the Connecticut Reports

Volume 13, page(s) iii

WILLIAM LUCIUS STORRS

JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS, DURING THE PERIOD OF THIS VOLUME OF REPORTS.

Hon. THOMAS SCOTT WILLIAMS, Ch. J.
CLARK BISSELL, (a)
JABEZ WILLIAMS HUNTINGTON, (b)
HENRY MATSON WAITE,
ROGER MINOTT SHERMAN, (c)
WILLIAM LUCIUS STORRS. (d)

(a) Resigned May 1839, and resumed the practice of law.
(b) Resigned May, 1840, and accepted the appointment of Senator from this State in the Congress of the United States.
(c)
Appointed May 1839, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Judge Bissell.
(d)
Appointed May 1840, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Judge Huntington.

Volume 25, page iii

JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS, DURING THE TIME OF THE WITHIN REPORTS.

HON. HENRY MATSON WAITE, Chief Justice.*
HON. WILLIAM LUCIUS STORRS, Chief Justice._
HON. JOEL HINMAN.
HON. WILLIAM WOLCOTT ELLSWORTH,
HON. DAVID CURTIS SANFORD.

*Judge Waite's term of office expired by constitutional limitation on the 9th day of February, 1857.
_ Appointed Chief Justice in May, 1856,-the appointment to take effect on the 9th day of February, 1857.

By the act of 1855, the Supreme Court of Errors, then consisting of five Judges, was thereafter to be holden by three, the other Judges to perform circuit duty in the Superior Court, and vacancies occurring not to be filled until the number of Judges should be reduced to three.