House 1889-90 (District 14); Senate 1895-98 (District 14); Senate 1911-14 (District 4)
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):
Hardware Merchant, Stebbins and Company
New Hampshire Common Schools; Elementary School;
Winona High School; Secondary;
Bryant and Stratton Commercial College, Boston, Massachusetts; Postsecondary; Graduate, 1865
OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
Minnesota Board of Trade (Secretary);
18?? to 18??
Olmsted County, Minnesota (Southern Minnesota Fair Association);
18?? to 1???
Rochester, Minnesota (City Council);
1883 to 1885
Adeliade L. (married on September 26, 1871)
Two children: Mabelle C. and George M.
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
He was of French ancestry on his father's side.
His mother died when he was one year old. He moved to Keene, New Hampshire in 1850. He moved to Winona County, Minnesota in 1857, with his family. He moved to Rochester, Minnesota in 1871.
"Mr. Stebbins has always been a Republican in politics..." (Progressive Men of Minnesota, 1897, p. 490)
He was an unsuccessful candidate for the Minnesota Senate in 1890.
He was a member of the Shrine, Masons, Knights of Pythias, and Knights Templar.
Religion provided by Progressive Men of Minnesota, 1897.