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Pompey Hill (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): entry seymour-horatio
Seymour, Horatio 1810-1886 Statesman; born in Pompey Hill, N. Y., May 31, 1810; received an academic and partially military education, and fitted himself for the profession of law, but never practised it, having inherited an ample estate. In early life he engaged in politics; served six years (1833-39) on the staff of Governor Marcy; was elected to the State Assembly in 1841; held the place by re-election four years, and was chosen speaker in 1845. He was also mayor of Utica in 1842. In 1852 and 1862 he was chosen governor of New York, and in 1868 was the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He died in Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1886.
Utica (New York, United States) (search for this): entry seymour-horatio
imself for the profession of law, but never practised it, having inherited an ample estate. In early life he engaged in politics; served six years (1833-39) on the staff of Governor Marcy; was elected to the State Assembly in 1841; held the place by re-election four years, and was chosen speaker in 1845. He was also mayor of Utica in 1842. In 1852 and 1862 he was chosen governor of New York, and in 1868 was the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He died in Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1886.himself for the profession of law, but never practised it, having inherited an ample estate. In early life he engaged in politics; served six years (1833-39) on the staff of Governor Marcy; was elected to the State Assembly in 1841; held the place by re-election four years, and was chosen speaker in 1845. He was also mayor of Utica in 1842. In 1852 and 1862 he was chosen governor of New York, and in 1868 was the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He died in Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1886.
Seymour, Horatio 1810-1886 Statesman; born in Pompey Hill, N. Y., May 31, 1810; received an academic and partially military education, and fitted himself for the profession of law, but never practised it, having inherited an ample estate. In early life he engaged in politics; served six years (1833-39) on the staff of Governor Marcy; was elected to the State Assembly in 1841; held the place by re-election four years, and was chosen speaker in 1845. He was also mayor of Utica in 1842. In 1852 and 1862 he was chosen governor of New York, and in 1868 was the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He died in Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1886.
Seymour, Horatio 1810-1886 Statesman; born in Pompey Hill, N. Y., May 31, 1810; received an academic and partially military education, and fitted himself for the profession of law, but never practised it, having inherited an ample estate. In early life he engaged in politics; served six years (1833-39) on the staff of Governor Marcy; was elected to the State Assembly in 1841; held the place by re-election four years, and was chosen speaker in 1845. He was also mayor of Utica in 1842. In 1852 and 1862 he was chosen governor of New York, and in 1868 was the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He died in Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1886.
February 12th, 1886 AD (search for this): entry seymour-horatio
Seymour, Horatio 1810-1886 Statesman; born in Pompey Hill, N. Y., May 31, 1810; received an academic and partially military education, and fitted himself for the profession of law, but never practised it, having inherited an ample estate. In early life he engaged in politics; served six years (1833-39) on the staff of Governor Marcy; was elected to the State Assembly in 1841; held the place by re-election four years, and was chosen speaker in 1845. He was also mayor of Utica in 1842. In 1852 and 1862 he was chosen governor of New York, and in 1868 was the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He died in Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1886.
Seymour, Horatio 1810-1886 Statesman; born in Pompey Hill, N. Y., May 31, 1810; received an academic and partially military education, and fitted himself for the profession of law, but never practised it, having inherited an ample estate. In early life he engaged in politics; served six years (1833-39) on the staff of Governor Marcy; was elected to the State Assembly in 1841; held the place by re-election four years, and was chosen speaker in 1845. He was also mayor of Utica in 1842. In 1852 and 1862 he was chosen governor of New York, and in 1868 was the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He died in Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1886.
Seymour, Horatio 1810-1886 Statesman; born in Pompey Hill, N. Y., May 31, 1810; received an academic and partially military education, and fitted himself for the profession of law, but never practised it, having inherited an ample estate. In early life he engaged in politics; served six years (1833-39) on the staff of Governor Marcy; was elected to the State Assembly in 1841; held the place by re-election four years, and was chosen speaker in 1845. He was also mayor of Utica in 1842. In 1852 and 1862 he was chosen governor of New York, and in 1868 was the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He died in Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1886.
Seymour, Horatio 1810-1886 Statesman; born in Pompey Hill, N. Y., May 31, 1810; received an academic and partially military education, and fitted himself for the profession of law, but never practised it, having inherited an ample estate. In early life he engaged in politics; served six years (1833-39) on the staff of Governor Marcy; was elected to the State Assembly in 1841; held the place by re-election four years, and was chosen speaker in 1845. He was also mayor of Utica in 1842. In 1852 and 1862 he was chosen governor of New York, and in 1868 was the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He died in Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1886.
May 31st, 1810 AD (search for this): entry seymour-horatio
Seymour, Horatio 1810-1886 Statesman; born in Pompey Hill, N. Y., May 31, 1810; received an academic and partially military education, and fitted himself for the profession of law, but never practised it, having inherited an ample estate. In early life he engaged in politics; served six years (1833-39) on the staff of Governor Marcy; was elected to the State Assembly in 1841; held the place by re-election four years, and was chosen speaker in 1845. He was also mayor of Utica in 1842. In 1852 and 1862 he was chosen governor of New York, and in 1868 was the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He died in Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1886.
Seymour, Horatio 1810-1886 Statesman; born in Pompey Hill, N. Y., May 31, 1810; received an academic and partially military education, and fitted himself for the profession of law, but never practised it, having inherited an ample estate. In early life he engaged in politics; served six years (1833-39) on the staff of Governor Marcy; was elected to the State Assembly in 1841; held the place by re-election four years, and was chosen speaker in 1845. He was also mayor of Utica in 1842. In 1852 and 1862 he was chosen governor of New York, and in 1868 was the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He died in Utica, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1886.
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