House 1893-94 (District 32)
Party when first elected: Republican
Date of Birth:
Date of Death:
Reported Minority: None Reported
City of Residence (when first elected):
Occupation (when first elected):
Engaged in the Practice of Law; Senior Member, Fletcher, Rockwood and Dawson Law Firm/Banking/Wholesale Business/Milling/Manufacturing
Home School; Elementary School;
Mankato Public Schools; Elementary School;
Mankato High School; Secondary; Graduate, Valedictorian, 1876
Ann Arbor High School, Michigan; Secondary; Graduate, 1877, Received a Diploma from Two High Schools
University of Michigan; A.B.; September 1877 - June 1881
Studied Law; Admitted to the Bar, December 1883
OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
Minneapolis, Minnesota (Law Clerk for Judge Ell Torrance);
08/1883 to 18??
Annie Maria Kimball (married on July 28, 1887)
Two children: Kimball and Alice Kimball
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
Lafayette Gilbert Mortiere Fletcher
He was of English ancestry.
He came to Minneapolis, Minnesota in November 1881.
"He has taken an active interest in Republican politics, and is a member of the Union League." (Progressive Men of Minnesota, 1897, p. 279)
He was a member of the Psi Upsilon fraternity.
He was Secretary for the Church of the Redeemer in Minneapolis, Minnesota for ten years.
Religion provided by Progressive Men of Minnesota, 1897.