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Past Vermont Attorneys General

1790-1793 Samuel Hitchcock
1793-1795 Daniel Buck(1)
1795-1797 Vacant
1904-1908 Clarke C. Fitts, Republican(2)
1908-1912 John G. Sargent, Republican
1912-1915 Rufus E. Brown, Republican
1915-1919 Herbert G. Barber, Republican
1919-1925 Frank C. Archibald, Republican(3)
1925-1931 J. Ward Carver, Republican
1931-1941 Lawrence C. Jones, Republican
1941-1947 Alban J. Parker, Republican
1947-1953 Clifton G. Parker, Republican
1953-1955 F. Elliott Barber, Jr., Republican
1955-1957 Robert T. Stafford, Republican
1957-1960 Frederick M. Reed, Republican(4)
1960-1962 Thomas M. Debevoise, Republican(5)
1962-1963 Charles J. Adams
1963-1965 Charles E. Gibson, Jr., Republican
1965-1967 John P. Connarn, Democrat
1967-1969 James L. Oakes, Republican
1969-1973 James M. Jeffords, Republican
1973-1975 Kimberly B. Cheney, Republican
1975-1981 M. Jerome Diamond, Democrat
1981-1985 John J. Easton, Jr., Republican
1985-1997 Jeffrey L. Amestoy, Republican

The Office of the Attorney General originally created by Act passed October 28, 1790.

  1. Act establishing Office of the Attorney General repealed by Act passed November 10, 1797.
  2. Office of the Attorney General reestablished by No. 57 of the Acts of 1904.
  3. Resigned May 21, 1925, and J. Ward Carver appointed May 25, 1925.
  4. Resigned Feb. 5, 1960, and Thomas M. Debevoise appointed Feb 5. 1960.
  5. Resigned Jan. 2, 1962, and Charles J. Adams appointed Jan. 2, 1962.

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