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Isaac P. Christiancy

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Isaac Peckham Christiancy March 12, 1812 – September 8, 1890 was Chief Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court and US Senator from the state of Michigan

Christiancy was born near Johnstown, New York in what is now Bleecker, New York to parents of humble means His grandfather, Isaac Peckham, was one of the first pioneers in Caroga, New York, settling in the area as early as 1783 Christiancy attended the common schools and the Johnstown and Ovid Academies After his father died when he was 13, he also had to support his family He taught school and studied law In 1836, Christiancy was admitted to the bar after moving to Monroe, Michigan, where he obtained a clerkship in a Federal land office He married Elizabeth E McClosky on November 16, 1839

He was prosecuting attorney for Monroe County, Michigan from 1841 to 1846 In 1848 he was a delegate to the Free Soil Party convention in Buffalo, New York, having left the Democratic Party over the question of slavery

He was a member of the Michigan State Senate from 1850 to 1852 and an unsuccessful Free Soil Party candidate for Governor in 1852 He helped to organize the Republican Party in Jackson, Michigan in 1854 He purchased the Monroe Commercial in 1857 and became its editor He was also an unsuccessful candidate for the US Senate in that year

Pursuant to the new state constitution adopted in 1850, the Michigan Legislature created a permanent State Supreme Court in 1857 Christiancy was elected as an associate judge of this first permanent Michigan Supreme Court He was reelected twice and served until February 27, 1875, when he resigned to take the office of US Senator He served as Chief Justice from 1872 to 1874 Christiancy is known as one of the "Big Four" of Michigan judicial history for his service while on the court

He was elected as a Republican to the US Senate in 1874, defeating the incumbent Radical Republican Zachariah Chandler, and served in the 44th and 45th Congresses from March 4, 1875, to February 10, 1879, when he resigned due to ill health Chandler was elected to retake the seat twelve days later

Christiancy grave

He served as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Peru from 1879 to 1881, after which he returned to Lansing, Michigan to resume the practice of law During his stay in Peru, Christiancy warned the United States about the rising British influence that was being brought about by Chile during the War of the Pacific1

He died in Lansing and is interred in Woodlawn Cemetery in Monroe

His son, James Isaac Christiancy 1844-December 18, 1899, was First Lieutenant, United States Army He was awarded the Medal of Honor during the American Civil War while serving in Company D, 9th Michigan Volunteer Cavalry On May 28, 1864, while acting as aide, he voluntarily led a part of the line into the fight, and was twice wounded The Medal was actually issued on October 10, 1892 He is buried in the Woodland Cemetery in Monroe, Michigan

The Thomas M Cooley Law School chapter of Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity is named for him

Referencesedit

  1. ^ https://booksgooglecom/booksid=y-7zk_kK9dgC&pg=PA65&lpg=PA65&dq=James+G+Blaine+Chile+England&source=bl&ots=1FAl8dgfGu&sig=oJk3NsGVWssa1sRqB9oeynDWC8Y&hl=en&ei=Rs5kSui-FYSksgO0-IRn&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1

External linksedit

  • United States Congress "Isaac P Christiancy id: C000379" Biographical Directory of the United States Congress  Retrieved on 2008-02-21
  • "Isaac P Christiancy" Find a Grave Retrieved 2008-02-21 
  • Christiancy, Isaac P 1860-03-28 "Address of the Hon I P Christiancy to the graduating class of the Law department of the Michigan university" University of Michigan Retrieved 2007-08-23 
US Senate
Preceded by
Zachariah Chandler
US Senator Class 1 from Michigan
March 4, 1875 – February 10, 1879
Served alongside: Thomas W Ferry
Succeeded by
Zachariah Chandler
Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Richard Gibbs
United States Minister to Peru
February 11, 1879 – August 2, 1881
Succeeded by
Stephen A Hurlbut

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