Jacob H. Bromwell

Jacob Henry Bromwell ( born May 11, 1848 in Cincinnati, Ohio, † June 4, 1924 in Wyoming, Ohio ) was an American politician of the Republican Party. December 3, 1894 to March 3, 1903, he was a member of the House of Representatives of the United States for the 2nd Congressional District of the State of Ohio.


Bromwell was born in Cincinnati. He spent his childhood in Newport, Kentucky. The schools he attended in Cincinnati. In 1864 he made ​​his high school graduation. He then worked for 23 years as a teacher in Cincinnati and Southern Indiana. At the University of Cincinnati, he studied law successfully. In 1888 he was admitted to the bar. Between 1880 and 1886 he was mayor of Wyoming.

In a special election Bromwell was chosen for the retiring John A. Caldwell in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represented the 2nd District of Ohio from now on. He was re-elected three times. In 1902, he was not nominated by his party. He went back to Cincinnati, where he worked as a lawyer again. From 1907 to 1913 he was then as a judge in the service of the State of Ohio. Until his death in 1924, he worked as a lawyer again. Bromwell was buried at Spring Grove Cemetery.