Charles Parlange
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Charles Parlange
Charles Parlange
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Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana

1892-1893
GovernorMurphy J. Foster
James Jeffries
Hiram R. Lott
Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana

January 15, 1894 - February 4, 1907
Grover Cleveland
Edward Coke Billings
Eugene Davis Saunders
Member of the Louisiana Senate

1880-1885
Personal details
Born
Charles Parlange

(1851-07-23)July 23, 1851
New Orleans, Louisiana
DiedFebruary 4, 1907(1907-02-04) (aged 55)
New Orleans, Louisiana
Resting placeMetairie Cemetery
New Orleans, Louisiana
MotherVirginie de Ternant
EducationCentenary College
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Charles Parlange (July 23, 1851 - February 4, 1907) was a Louisiana state senator, United States Attorney, Louisiana Lieutenant Governor serving under Governor Murphy J. Foster, Associate Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court, and United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.

Education and career

Born on July 23, 1851, in New Orleans, Louisiana,[1] Parlange attended Centenary College of Louisiana and read law in 1873.[1] He entered private practice in Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana from 1873 to 1880.[1] He was named United States Commissioner from Louisiana to the Paris Exposition of 1878 and was a member of the Louisiana Constitutional Convention of 1879.[] He was a member of the Louisiana State Senate from 1880 to 1885.[1] He was the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Louisiana from 1885 to 1889.[1] He resumed private practice in New Orleans from 1889 to 1892.[1] He was the Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana from 1892 to 1893.[1] He was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Louisiana from 1893 to 1894.[1]

Federal judicial service

Parlange was nominated by President Grover Cleveland on December 11, 1893, to a seat on the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana vacated by Judge Edward Coke Billings.[1] He was confirmed by the United States Senate on January 15, 1894, and received his commission the same day.[1] His service terminated on February 4, 1907, due to his death in New Orleans.[1] He was interred in Metairie Cemetery in New Orleans.[]

Family

Parlange was the son of Charles and Virginie (Trahan) Parlange of Pointe Coupee Parish.[] During his childhood he resided at Parlange Plantation near New Roads, Louisiana.[]

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Political offices
Preceded by
James Jeffries
Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana
1892-1893
Succeeded by
Hiram R. Lott
Legal offices
Preceded by
Charles E. Fenner
Associate Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court
1893-1894
Succeeded by
Henry C. Miller
Preceded by
Edward Coke Billings

1894-1907
Succeeded by
Eugene Davis Saunders

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