Thomas Lawrence Reilly (September 20, 1858 – July 6, 1924) was a U.S. Representative from Connecticut. Born in New Britain, Connecticut, Reilly attended the common schools and was graduated from the Connecticut State Normal School in 1876.He served as assistant town clerk of New Britain in 1876.He moved with his parents to Meriden, Connecticut, in 1877.He studied law for a year.He was employed as a bookkeeper for several years.He engaged as a newspaper correspondent until 1886.He was one of the founders of the Meriden Journal in 1886 and became the city editor.He served as member of the Meriden Board of Education 1896-1903.He served as chairman of the town committee in 1900.He served as mayor of Meriden 1906-1912.

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  • Thomas Lawrence Reilly (* 20. September 1858 in New Britain, Connecticut; † 6. Juli 1924 in New Haven, Connecticut) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker. Zwischen 1911 und 1913 vertrat er den zweiten sowie von 1913 bis 1915 den dritten Wahlbezirk des Bundesstaates Connecticut im US-Repräsentantenhaus. (de)
  • Thomas Lawrence Reilly (September 20, 1858 – July 6, 1924) was a U.S. Representative from Connecticut. Born in New Britain, Connecticut, Reilly attended the common schools and was graduated from the Connecticut State Normal School in 1876.He served as assistant town clerk of New Britain in 1876.He moved with his parents to Meriden, Connecticut, in 1877.He studied law for a year.He was employed as a bookkeeper for several years.He engaged as a newspaper correspondent until 1886.He was one of the founders of the Meriden Journal in 1886 and became the city editor.He served as member of the Meriden Board of Education 1896-1903.He served as chairman of the town committee in 1900.He served as mayor of Meriden 1906-1912. Reilly was elected as a Democrat to the Sixty-second and Sixty-third Congresses (March 4, 1911-March 3, 1915).He was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1914 to the Sixty-fourth Congress.He was employed in the Internal Revenue Service in 1916 and 1917. Reilly was elected sheriff of New Haven County in 1918.He was reelected and served until his death in New Haven, Connecticut, July 6, 1924.He was interred in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Meriden, Connecticut. (en)
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  • Thomas Lawrence Reilly (* 20. September 1858 in New Britain, Connecticut; † 6. Juli 1924 in New Haven, Connecticut) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker. Zwischen 1911 und 1913 vertrat er den zweiten sowie von 1913 bis 1915 den dritten Wahlbezirk des Bundesstaates Connecticut im US-Repräsentantenhaus. (de)
  • Thomas Lawrence Reilly (September 20, 1858 – July 6, 1924) was a U.S. Representative from Connecticut. Born in New Britain, Connecticut, Reilly attended the common schools and was graduated from the Connecticut State Normal School in 1876.He served as assistant town clerk of New Britain in 1876.He moved with his parents to Meriden, Connecticut, in 1877.He studied law for a year.He was employed as a bookkeeper for several years.He engaged as a newspaper correspondent until 1886.He was one of the founders of the Meriden Journal in 1886 and became the city editor.He served as member of the Meriden Board of Education 1896-1903.He served as chairman of the town committee in 1900.He served as mayor of Meriden 1906-1912. (en)
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