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Lieutenant Colonel Richard Nicolai Hambleton Esq.

Hereditary Member, admitted 1971

Lieutenant Colonel Richard Nicolai Hambleton, Esq.

(5) Great grandson of propositus Nicholas Lotz. Transferred to the Maryland Society at his request 1978. Born in Baltimore, MD on 16 Nov 1923 and died in Annapolis, MD on 20 Feb 1994. Served as Lt. Colonel in the US Army Reserve. Fought in World War II in the 10th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division in the European Theater of Operation Jul 1943 to Jul 1945. Decorations: Bronze Star Medal; 5 Campaign Stars; and Combat Infantry Badge. University of Maryland BA Degree and JD Degree 1951. Attorney and member of the Bar 1951. Assistant County Solicitor for Anne Arundel County, MD 1963-1965. Assistant States Attorney for Anne Arundel County, MD 1965-1967. Bill Analyst for the Senate Economic Affairs Committee 1967. Bill Drafter for the Department of Legislative Reference 1968-1969. Legislative Assistant to the Republican Senators 1971. Member: Military Order of World Wars; Sons of the Revolution; General Society of the War of 1812 and Maryland Society of the War of 1812. Married 1st Kathryn Sears Cooke on 23 Dec 1951. Married 2nd Anne Dixcy Arrison on 24 Nov 1961. [Sources: PFAH; (C); “Who’s Whoin American Law”, 1979; “Register of the General Society of the Warof 1812”, by Frederick Ordway 1972. Pic: PFAH.]

Mr. Hambleton was the great-great-great-great-great-grandson of Nicholas Lotz.



Nicholas Lotz
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Lieutenant Colonel Richard Nicolai Hambleton Esq.
(1921 — 1994)
Admitted 1971