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Charles T. Hillyer
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Charles T. Hillyer was a 19th century politician and soldier from Connecticut.

In 1853 Hillyer moved from East Granby, Connecticut to Hartford, Connecticut.[1] Hillyer served in 1837 as a State Senator from Connecticut's 3rd Senate District.[2] In 1842 Hillyer was serving as a Justice of the Peace in Granby, Connecticut.[3] He latter served as a Union Army General in the American Civil War. He was a leading supporter of the YMCA in Hartford when it was founded in the 1880s.[4] Hillyer was a founding member of the board of the Hartford and Connecticut Valley Railroad in 1880.[5] Hillyer served on the railroad's board until 1888.

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