Oswego County's: Guide To Government

Hiram Loomis

HIRAM W. LOOMIS. MR. Loomis is a native of the town of Warren, Herkimer County, and is thirty-three years of age. His present place of residence is Palermo, Oswego County, where he is a tiller of the ground, and a popular and worthy citizen. He has been Town Superintendent of Common Schools, and in 1855 was one of the marshals for taking the census. He is also an Assistant Assessor of the United States, for the twenty- second district, under the law of 1862. He was elected a Member of the present Assembly, over Hon. Willard Johnson, former member, after a very close contest, his majority being thirty-four. He is a member of the Committee on Railroads and Joint Library. Mr. Loomis is a gentleman of high standing in the community in which he lives and is a man of great energy andperseverance. As a shrewd political manager, he has no superior. In politics he is a Republican. He is a married man.

Life sketches of the officers and members of the new york state legislature - 1863