Hamilton Glover Ewart
Hamilton Glover Ewart (1849-1918) was a federal judge on the United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina.
Hamilton Ewart was given another chance on April 13, 1899, when he received a second recess appointment from President McKinley. He was nominated on December 19, 1899, but the Senate once again refused to confirm him and his service ended on June 7, 1900.
- University of South Carolina, LL.B., 1876
- Referee in Bankruptcy, U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina, 1872-
- Mayor, Hendersonville, North Carolina, 1878-1879
- North Carolina state representative, 1887-1889
- U.S. Representative from North Carolina, 1889-1891
- Criminal court judge, Henderson County, North Carolina, 1895-1896
- North Carolina state representative, 1895-1897
- Circuit court judge, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1897-1898
- North Carolina state representative, 1911-1913
- Private practice, Hendersonville, North Carolina (no dates)
- Private practice, Chicago, Illinois, 1916-1918
- Biography from the website "Infoplease".
|Magistrate judges||David Kessler • Dennis Howell • David Cayer •|
|Former Article III judges||
Robert Paine Dick • James Edmund Boyd • Hamilton Glover Ewart • Lacy Thornburg • Edwin Yates Webb • James Craven • David Henderson • Woodrow Jones • Harold Brent McKnight • James McMillan • Wilson Warlick • Robert Potter •
|Former Chief judges|