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Crowder, Enoch Herbert (11 April 1859–07 May 1932), soldier, diplomat, and jurist, was born in Grundy County, Missouri, the son of John Herbert Crowder and Mary Weller, farmers. Crowder graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in 1881 in the bottom half of his class. Commissioned a second lieutenant in the Eighth Cavalry, he was stationed at Fort Brown in Texas. While there he read law in Brownsville, and by 1884 he was admitted to practice in Texas, Missouri, and federal courts. That year Crowder was transferred to Jefferson Barracks in Missouri. Between 1885 and 1889 he served as a professor of military science and commandant of the cadet corps at the University of Missouri. He also continued to study law both at the university and with a Kansas City law firm and earned his LL.B. in 1886. That summer he played a bit part in the campaign against ...

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Tudor, William (28 March 1750–08 July 1819), lawyer and first judge advocate of the Continental army, was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the son of Deacon John Tudor, a prominent Boston merchant, and Jane Varney. William received his A.B. from Harvard in 1769 after a brief period of suspension resulting from his role as a leader in a student revolt against the faculty. He received his M.A. from Harvard in 1772. Meanwhile, Tudor had begun the study of law with ...