House 1873 (District 34); Senate 1874-75 (District 34)
Party when first elected: Democratic
Date of Birth:
Date of Death:
Reported Minority: Not Reported
E. St. Julien
City of Residence (when first elected):
Occupation (when first elected):
Protestant Episcopal Academy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Secondary;
Studied Law; With Geo. M. Wharton of Philadelphia, and Alex. Randall of Chicago; Admitted to the Wisconsin Bar, 1853
OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
St. Peter, Minnesota;
Minnesota Mounted Rangers, Company E (Captain);
18?? to 18??
2nd Regiment (1st Lieutenant);
18?? to 18??
9th Judicial District, Minnesota (He was the Subject of an Impeachment Trial. The Senate Found Him Guilty and He was Removed from Office);
1877 to 1882
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
Toensing lists his birth year as 1835. The Fifteenth Legislature of Minnesota: Biographical Sketches, St. Paul: Press Printing Company, 1873 lists 1825. The Minnesota Legislative Manual, 1875 lists him as being 40 years old.
He moved to St. Peter, Minnesota in 1856.
His party affiliation when first elected was provided by The Fifteenth Legislature of Minnesota, 1873.
He was impeached as a Judge in 1882. "Judge Cox allegedly held court while intoxicated." (Minnesota State Law Library and Reinhart, Christopher. Impeachment of State Officials. Connecticut Office of Legislative Research, February 9, 2004.)
He died in Los Angeles, California.