Green Kendrick (April 1, 1798 – August 26, 1873) was an American politician who was elected as a Whig as the 23rd Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut from 1851 to 1852. As his party's nominee for Governor in the 1852 election, he was defeated by the incumbent Democrat Thomas H. Seymour gaining 45 percent of the vote. He later served as Speaker of the House in the 1854 and 1856 sessions of the state legislature. He was the father of politician John Kendrick.

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  • Green Kendrick (* 1. April 1798 bei Charlotte, North Carolina; † 26. August 1873 in Waterbury, Connecticut) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker. In den Jahren 1851 und 1852 war er Vizegouverneur des Bundesstaates Connecticut. (de)
  • Green Kendrick (April 1, 1798 – August 26, 1873) was an American politician who was elected as a Whig as the 23rd Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut from 1851 to 1852. As his party's nominee for Governor in the 1852 election, he was defeated by the incumbent Democrat Thomas H. Seymour gaining 45 percent of the vote. He later served as Speaker of the House in the 1854 and 1856 sessions of the state legislature. He was the father of politician John Kendrick. (en)
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  • Green Kendrick (* 1. April 1798 bei Charlotte, North Carolina; † 26. August 1873 in Waterbury, Connecticut) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker. In den Jahren 1851 und 1852 war er Vizegouverneur des Bundesstaates Connecticut. (de)
  • Green Kendrick (April 1, 1798 – August 26, 1873) was an American politician who was elected as a Whig as the 23rd Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut from 1851 to 1852. As his party's nominee for Governor in the 1852 election, he was defeated by the incumbent Democrat Thomas H. Seymour gaining 45 percent of the vote. He later served as Speaker of the House in the 1854 and 1856 sessions of the state legislature. He was the father of politician John Kendrick. (en)
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