Samuel Louis Gilmore
Samuel Louis Gilmore ( born July 30, 1859 in New Orleans, Louisiana; † July 18, 1910 in Abita Springs, Louisiana ) was an American politician. Between 1909 and 1910 he represented the state of Louisiana in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Samuel Gilmore was first privately educated until 1874, and then attended the Central High School of New Orleans. He then continued his education at Seton Hall College continued in New Jersey. After studying law at the present Tulane University in New Orleans and its made in 1880 admitted to the bar he began in New Orleans to work in his new profession. Between 1888 and 1896, was Deputy Gilmore and 1896-1909 actual city attorney of New Orleans.
Politically, Gilmore member of the Democratic Party. In 1908, he participated in Denver as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention. After the death of Mr Robert C. Davey Gilmore was in the due -election for the second parliamentary seat of Louisiana as his successor in the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington DC selected. There he took on 30 March 1909, his seat. He could already Unopened tenure of his predecessor but not quit because he already died on 18 July 1910. This is the second time a by-election was in this legislative period, which ended on March 3, 1911 required; then hired H. Garland Dupré.