John Calvin Pollock
|John Calvin Pollock|
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|Current Court Information:|
|United States District Court for the District of Kansas|
|Appointed by:||Theodore Roosevelt|
|Active:||12/1/1903 - 1/24/1937|
|Preceded by:||William Cather Hook|
|Bachelors:||Franklin College (1882)|
|Law School:||Read law (1884)|
John Calvin Pollock (1857-1937) was a federal judge on the United States District Court for the District of Kansas.
He was nominated by President Theodore Roosevelt on November 25, 1903, to fill a seat vacated by William Cather Hook. He was confirmed by the Senate on December 1, 1903, and received commission that same day. He served until his death on January 24, 1937.
Early life and education
- Franklin College, A.B., 1882
- Read law, 1884
- Private practice, Newton, Iowa, 1884-1885
- Private practice, Hartville, Missouri, 1885-1886
- Private practice, Winfield, Kansas, 1887-1901
- Justice, Supreme Court of Kansas, 1901-1903
District of Kansas
Pollock was nominated by President Theodore Roosevelt on November 25, 1903, to fill a seat vacated by William Cather Hook. He was confirmed by the Senate on December 1, 1903, and received commission that same day. He served until his death on January 24, 1937.
- Biography transcribed from History of Wyandotte County Kansas and its people ed. and comp. by Perl W. Morgan.
- John Calvin Pollock's Biography from the Federal Judicial Center
|Federal judicial offices|
William Cather Hook
|District of Kansas
|Magistrate judges||David Waxse • Gary Sebelius • Gerald Rushfelt • James O'Hara • Donald Bostwick • Karen Humphreys • Kenneth Gale •|
|Former Article III judges||
Wesley Brown • Mark W. Delahay • Archibald Williams • Cassius Gaius Foster • William Cather Hook • John Calvin Pollock • George Thomas McDermott • Richard Joseph Hopkins • Guy Helvering • Delmas Hill • Patrick Kelly • Arthur Mellott • Earl O'Connor • Dale Saffels • Arthur Stanley • Henry Templar • Frank Theis • George VanBebber •
|Former Chief judges|