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Walter Chadwick Noyes

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Walter Chadwick Noyes
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Current Court Information:
Second Circuit
Title:   Former Judge
Position:   Seat #3
Alternative court:   United States Circuit Courts for the Second Circuit
Appointed by:   Theodore Roosevelt
Active:   12/18/1907 - 7/1/1913
Preceded by:   William Kneeland Townsend
Succeeded by:   Henry Wade Rogers
Personal History
Born:   August 8, 1865
Hometown:   Lyme, CT
Deceased:   June 12, 1926
Undergraduate:   Cornell
Law School:   Read law, 1886
Walter Chadwick Noyes (1865-1926) was a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He joined the court in 1907 after an appointment from Theodore Roosevelt. At the time of appointment, Noyes was a Judge for the Court of Common Pleas in New London County, Connecticut. He resigned on July 1, 1913 to return to private practice. He passed away on June 12, 1926.[1]

Early life and education

Professional career

  • Private practice, New London, Connecticut, 1886-1895
  • Judge, Court of Common Pleas, New London County, Connecticut, 1895-1907
  • Private practice, New York City, 1913-1926[1]

Judicial career

Second Circuit

He received a recess appointment from President Theodore Roosevelt on September 18, 1907 and was nominated on December 3rd of that year. He filled the seat vacated by William Kneeland Townsend. He was confirmed by the Senate on December 10th, and received commission December 18th. He resigned on July 1, 1913. He was succeeded to the post by Henry Wade Rogers.[1]

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Federal judicial offices
Preceded by:
William Kneeland Townsend
Second Circuit
Seat #3
Succeeded by:
Henry Wade Rogers