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New Jersey: Vice-Chancellors of the Court of Chancery


Vice-Chancellors of the New Jersey Court of Chancery, 1871-1947 (May be incomplete!)
Amzi Dodd 1871-75 Abraham V. Van Fleet 1875-94 Amzi Dodd 1881-82 John Taylor Bird 1882-96 Henry C. Pitney 1889-1907 Robert S. Green 1890-95 John R. Emery 1895-1915 Alfred Reed 1895-1904 Martin P. Grey 1896-1906 Frederic W. Stevens 1896-1919 Eugene Stevenson 1901-22 James J. Bergen 1904-07 Lindley M. Garrison 1904-13 Edmund B. Leaming 1906-27 James E. Howell 1907-16 Edwin R. Walker 1907-12 Vivian M. Lewis 1912-27 John Griffin 1913-27 John H. Backes 1913-27 Merritt Lane 1916-19 Malcolm G. Buchanan 1919-27 James F. Fielder 1919-46 John E. Foster 1919-25 John Bentley 1922-27 Alonzo Church 1922-27 Robert H. Ingersoll 1922-27 Maja Leon Berry 1925-27 Henry T. Kays 1935-47

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1894 Dec 25: Abraham V. Van Fleet, died in office.
  • 1895 May 7: Robert S. Green, died in office.
  • 1916 Sep 26: James E. Howell, died in office.
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