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Washington County New York Biographies - Surnames M

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Washington County New York Biographies - Surnames M, extracted from the Washington county, New York; its history to the close of the nineteenth century by Stone, William Leete, 1835-1908.

Martindale, Henry C. Biography

Henry C. Martindale, one of the most noted barristers, of Sandy Hill, was Surrogate from 1816to 1819, District Attorney from 1821 to 1828, Congressman from 1823 to 1831, and was appointed Canal Appraiser in 1840, by Governor Seward, which office he held until 1843. He died about 1858, and was the father of John H. Martindale, who was Attorney General in 1866-67.

Mc Cormick, Joseph B. Biography

Joseph B. McCormick is a son of James and Katherine (Keating) McCormick, and was born in the town of Fort Ann, Washington County, N. Y., March 3, 1863. He read law with the late Judge Royal C. Betts of Granville, and was admitted to the Washington County bar May 4, 1888, and since then has been engaged in the active practice of his profession in the courts of his native county, and also in all the courts of the State of Vermont. In January, 1894, he was admitted to practice in the United States court.

Milliman, Nathaniel B. Biography

Nathaniel B. Milliman was for some time a partner with Gen. Orville Clark, at Sandy Hill, and subsequently was associated with Hon. U. G. Paris. He was elected County Clerk in 1852 and moved to Argyle. At the expiration of his term of office he moved to Fort Edward where he died in 1885.

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