Biography of Sidney Sapp
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SIDNEY SAPP, Judge of the Superior Court of Navajo County, came to Arizona from Oklahoma four years ago, and has since been prominently identified with the civic, social and political life of the State. He settled in Holbrook and having been admitted to practice in all the courts of the State, began the practice of his profession there. In addition, he started the Holbrook News, which has been a success from the beginning, and is now controlled by the News Publishing Company. Judge Sapp was born September 27, 1868, in Fayette County, Ill., and is the son of Joseph MacHenry and Kate Ryan Sapp. He was educated and studied law in Missouri, and began the practice of law in 1895, at Stockton, Missouri. He also practiced for a number of years in Oklahoma. He was married first in May, 1893, to Miss Mabel Ferris who died in 1908, and he was afterward married on June 15th, 1910, at Stillwater, Oklahoma, to Mrs. Alma Fortner Spiers, of that place. They have since made their home in Holbrook, and Mrs. Sapp has already become well known and popular in the affairs of that vicinity. In politics Judge Sapp is a Republican. He is a Mason, belonging to almost all of the bodies of that order, a member of the B. P. O. E., and takes an active part in the fraternal life of his community and state.

From:
Who's Who in Arizona
Vol 1
Compiled and Published by Jo Conners
Press of The Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona 1913


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