Memorials of Connecticut Judges and Attorneys
As Printed in the Connecticut Reports
volume 7, page(s) iii

THOMAS SCOTT WILLIAMS

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

Hon. STEPHEN TITUS HOSMER, CH. J.
JOHN THOMPSON PETERS,
JEREMIAH GATES BRAINARD, (a)
JAMES LANMAN, (b)
DAVID DAGGETT,
THOMAS SCOTT WILLIAMS, (c)
CLARK BISSELL, (c)

(a) Jeremiah Gates Brainard, resigned May, 1829, having held the office from 1806 to that time. He died at New London, January 14th, 1830, at the age of seventy.
(b) James Lanman, resigned, May 1829.
(c) Thomas Scott Williams, appointed May 1829.
(c) Clark Bissell, appointed May 1829.

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

Hon. DAVID DAGGETT, CH. J. (a)
JOHN THOMPSON PETERS, (b)
THOMAS SCOTT WILLIAMS, CH. J. (c)
CLARK BISSELL,
SAMUEL CHURCH,
JABEZ WILLIAMS HUNTINGTON, (d)
HENRY MATSON WAITE. (c)

(a) Went out of office, by the constitutional limitation, December 30th, 1834.
(b) Died at Hartford, August 28th, 1834.
(c) Appointed Chief Justice in May, 1834, to hold the office from and after the 30th of December 1834.
(d) Appointed Associate Judge in May 1834, to hold the office from and after 11th of October 1834.
(e) Appointed Associate Judge, in May 1834, to hold the office from and after the 30th of December 1834.