EDWARD B. CRITCHLOW
Edward B. Critchlow was born October 2nd, 1858, in Warren County, Mississippi, his father being John J. Critchlow,
a college professor at Washington College, near Natchez. Later he was an agent in the Indian service under the
United States Government His mother is Mabel H. Critchlow. He arrived in Salt Lake City, May 5th, 1873, and was
educated in the Collegiate Institute at Salt Lake City, Princeton University and Columbia. Law School. He was married
January 20, 1886, to Mary W. Martin, of Burlington, New Jersey, and they have seven children: Elizabeth, Francis
B., George A., Maurice M., Anna J., Margery W., and Walter M.
The properties Mr. Critchlow is principally interested in are the Twin Falls Waterworks Company, the Susanna Gold
Mining Company, the Utah Colorado Cattle and Improvement Company and Bingham New Haven Copper and Gold Mining Company.
He served three years as Assistant United States District Attorney for Utah, being appointed and serving during
1885, and reappointed in 1890 for that year, and again in 1891. In 1895 he was elected a member of the first State
legislature on the Republican ticket. He is a member of the Alta, University, and Country clubs and the Princeton
Club of New York. He is a member of the law firm of Henderson, Pierce, Critchlow & Barrette.
Mr. Critchlow's home is a comfortable and commodious residence at 430 Seventh East Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Sketches of the Inter-Mountain States
1847 - 1909
Utah Idaho Nevada
Published by: The Salt Lake Tribune
Salt Lake City, Utah 1909
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