William H. Mylrea

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William Henry Mylrea (January 1, 1853 – September 11, 1916) was an American lawyer.

Born in Rochester, New York, he moved to what is now Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin as a child.[1] After going to Lawrence College, Myrlea was admitted to the Wisconsin bar.[1] He then moved to Wausau, Wisconsin to practice law and to work in the insurance, lumber, real estate business. He served as Marathon County, Wisconsin District Attorney in 1886. He served as Wisconsin Attorney General from 1895 to 1899[1] as a Republican.[2][3] He died at his home in Wausau after two years of illness.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d "Joined the Majority". Oshkosh Daily Northwestern. September 13, 1916. p. 6. Retrieved September 21, 2015 – via Newspapers.com. open access
  2. ^ William Mylrea, Wisconsin Historical Society
  3. ^ William H. Mylrea-Marathon County, Wisconsin Historical Society
Legal offices
Preceded by
James L. O'Connor
Attorney General of Wisconsin
Succeeded by
Emmett R. Hicks

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