Hill, Roy Wilson

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Roy Wilson Hill, lawyer;

born in: Frankfort, Michigan, on January 12, 1881;

son of: John Wilson Hill and Ida E. Hill, nee: Ida E. Watson

descendant of Joseph W. Hill, who settled at Malden, Massachusetts, 1638;

education: Chicago public schools, Chicago Manual Training School, Lewis Institute; Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Rose Polytechnic Institute, Terre Haute, Indiana, 1904; Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), Northwestern University School of Law, 1907;

married: Rose A. Hill, nee: Rose A. Loehde, of Chicago, on October 2, 1909;

son, John W. Hill

Engaged in engineering work at various places prior to 1904;

admitted to bar, 1907,

also in U.S. Patent Office;

member of firm of Hill & Hill (father and son),

since 1905, patent, trade-mark and corporation law,

Associate member of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers;

member: Sons of the American Revolution (S.A.R.)

Episcopalian.

Republican.

Mason 32nd degree, Knights Templar, Shriner, Knights of Pythias;

member: Acacia Fraternity.

Club: Chicago Automobile Club.

Recreation: boating.

Office: 1463 Monadnock Building.

Home: 1121 W. Columbia Avenue, Rogers Park

Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1917.