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Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Hiram Bingham
Politician
19-Nov-1875 6-Jun-1956 US Senator, discovered Machu Picchu
John N. Dempsey
Politician
3-Jan-1915 16-Jul-1989 Governor of Connecticut, 1959-61
Michael Fedele
Politician
30-Mar-1955   Lt. Governor of Connecticut
Everett J. Lake
Politician
8-Feb-1871 16-Sep-1948 Governor of Connecticut, 1921-23
James L. McConaughy
Politician
21-Oct-1887 7-Mar-1948 Governor of Connecticut, 1947-48
William A. O'Neill
Politician
11-Aug-1930 24-Nov-2007 Governor of Connecticut, 1980-91
M. Jodi Rell
Politician
16-Jun-1946   Governor of Connecticut, 2004-11
Henry Roberts
Politician
22-Jun-1853 1-May-1929 Governor of Connecticut, 1905-07
James C. Shannon
Politician
21-Jul-1896 6-Mar-1980 Governor of Connecticut, 1948-49
Wilbert Snow
Politician
6-Apr-1884 28-Sep-1977 Governor of Connecticut, 1946-47
Kevin B. Sullivan
Politician
c. 1949   Lt. Governor of Connecticut, 2003-07
Charles A. Templeton
Politician
3-Mar-1871 15-Aug-1955 Governor of Connecticut, 1923-25
John H. Trumbull
Politician
4-Mar-1873 21-May-1961 Governor of Connecticut, 1925-31
Jonathan Trumbull, Jr.
Politician
26-Mar-1740 7-Aug-1809 Governor of Connecticut, 1797-1809
Frank B. Weeks
Politician
20-Jan-1854 2-Oct-1935 Governor of Connecticut, 1909-11
Oliver Wolcott
Politician
1-Dec-1726 1-Dec-1797 Governor of Connecticut, 1796-97
Rollin S. Woodruff
Politician
14-Jul-1854 30-Jun-1925 Governor of Connecticut, 1907-09


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