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Cornelius Terhune - legal practitioner in NYC in 1840's
Posted by: James E. Clapp (ID *****1044) Date: September 10, 2002 at 11:27:53
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I am seeking biographical information about Cornelius Terhune, who represented defendants in lower courts in New York City in the early 1840's and was apparently involved in recodifying New York State laws around 1847.

This is believed to be Cornelius Terhune, 1761-1853, of Hackensack (great-great-grandson of Albert I). If that is so, I would appreciate confirmation and any additional information about his life; if not, I would appreciate any identifying information. (A 1999 posting in this forum by Phil O'Leary indicates that the Cornelius Terhune born in 1761 served in the Revolutionary War, but O'Leary's 1999 e-mail address is no longer valid; if someone has a current address for him that would help.)

Thanks for any help.

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