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BURRILL James, Jr., (great-grandfather of Theodore Francis Green), a Senator from Rhode Island; born in Providence, R.I., Ap ; graduated from Rhode Island College (now Brown University) at Providence in ; studied law; admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in Providence; attorney general of Rhode Island ; member, State house of representatives.
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