Rodearmel, Senate of Pennsylvania, 1901.
Owen Redington Washburn (D50) Crawford County 1899-1902
Owen Redington Washburn, born August 22, 1866, Vernon, Windham, Vermont; son of Artemas and Lucinda Wright Bailey Washburn; Vernon common school education; Deerfield Academy, Massachusetts; Meadville Theological School; Saint Lawrence University, Canton, New York; moved to Crawford County, Pennsylvania, 1890; summer pastorship minister, Hartland, Vermont, 1892; ordained, Stoughton, Wisconsin, 1892-95; minister, Sharpsville, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, 1895-96; Linesville, Crawford County, 1896-98; elected, Democrat, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1899-1902; married, Mae Louise Doane Washburn, 1891 (d.1946) daughter, Marion Washburn Towner; remarried, Costella Gertrude Gale Washburn (d.1955); minister; author; died, April 22, 1960, (aged 93) Reno, Washoe County, Nevada; interment, Whithed Cemetery, Vernon, Windham County, Vermont.
Moved his ministry, Universalist Church, Marlborough, New Hampshire; minister, Orford and Orfordville, New Hampshire, 1927-1936; minister, Congregational Church, Guilford Vermont, 1936.
Out of a young man's life. Poems, by Washburn, Owen Redington. 1897.
By way of love, by Washburn, Owen Redington. 1932.
Pilate’s Garden, by Washburn, Owen Redington. 1933.
Discovered Country, by Washburn, Owen Redington. 1938.
Who Are These: Writings from Psychic Sources, by Washburn, Owen Redington. 1941.
Eternal Youth, by Washburn, Owen Redington. 1946.
John Calvin in New England, 1620-1947 by Washburn, Owen Redington. 1943.
Elected, Democrat, Pennsylvania State Senate, 50th district, Crawford County, 1899-1902; committee assignments, Agriculture, Appropriations, Elections, Forestry (Chairman).
Smull’s Legislative Handbook, (1901) Cochran, T.B., (Editor) Miller, H.P. (Assistant Editor) Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, pages 1082, 1187-1190, Biographical Sketches of Senators, page 1158.