Ezra A. Burrell

Ezra A. Burrell ( born November 3, 1867 in Carmi, Illinois, † after 1916 ) was an American politician. Between 1907 and 1909 he was Deputy Governor of the State of Idaho.


About the youth and education of Ezra Burrell nothing is handed down. There are also about his career beyond politics in the sources not specified. He was born in 1867 in Illinois and came at an unknown date to Idaho, where he struck as a member of the Republican Party a political career. There he lived in Montpelier. In 1906 he was elected to the side of Frank Gooding Vice Governor of Idaho. This post he held from January 7, 1907, and January 4, 1909. Yet he was Deputy Governor and Chairman of the State Senate.

In 1916, Burrell was an alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention. Since 1902 he was married to Edith F. Bacon. The couple had a daughter born in 1904. After 1916, lose track of him. He died in a non- traditional time at an unknown location. He was buried in Blackfoot.