"Dwight, only son and youngest child of Joshua G. and Susan Elizabeth (Bigelow) Hall, was born in Dover, April 13, 1871. He obtained his early education in the common schools, prepared for college at Phillips Andover Academy, from which he graduated in 1890. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1894, and a year later entered the law school of the Boston University, graduating in 1897. Returning to Dover he associated with his father, and until the death of the latter practiced law in that city under the firm name of Hall & Hall. Since 1898 Mr. Hall has conducted the large private business of the former firm adding to his duties those of public office. A Republican in politics, he is considered one of the capable rising young men of the New Hampshire bar. Since his admission he has been continuously in public life, and in positions of honor and responsibility has amply justified the trust and confidence reposed in him. He was city solicitor of Dover three years— 1899-1901—United States referee in bankruptcy— 1898-1904, resigning the latter position to accept that of county solicitor of Strafford county, and is now serving his second term in that office. Mr. Hall is a congregationalist, holding membership in the First Church of Dover."
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