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Jefferson County
New York

Politicians who were born in Jefferson County

  Jefferson County (no city given): David K. Cartter, 1812 — Chauncey Davis, 1812 — Lorenzo Sawyer, 1820 — William M. Stone, 1827 — Roscoe D. Dix, 1839 — Abram D. Salisbury, 1841 — Alonzo M. Leffingwell, 1842 — Daniel G. Griffin, 1848 — Orrin N. Carter, 1854
  Adams: E. N. Cooke, 1810 — W. Selden Gale, 1822 — J. Sterling Morton, 1832 — Arthur Kellogg, 1835
  Alexandria town: Orin S. Wilcox, 1898
  Near Alexandria: John Cosgrove, 1839
  Belleville: Edward B. Pond, 1833 — George E. Ellis, 1864
  Cape Vincent: Watson C. Squire, 1838 — Watson M. Rogers, 1844 — Jasper W. Cornaire, 1877
  Carthage: Albert L. Brown, 1892
  Champion: George E. Spencer, 1836
  Chaumont: Frank Willis Wheeler, 1853
  Clayton: Danforth E. Ainsworth, 1848 — Alfred D. Lowe, 1850 — Charles E. Bohlen, 1904
  Deferiet: Orley N. Tooley, 1904
  Dexter: Clark R. Kimball, 1841 — William C. Dixon, 1904
  Ellisburg: Ira Mayhew, 1814 — Pardon C. Williams, 1842
  Great Bend: John G. Peck, 1865
  Henderson: Hiram Barney, 1811 — Horatio N. Davis, 1812 — Cushman K. Davis, 1838 — George W. Peck, 1840
  Hounsfield town: George H. Cobb, 1864
  Lorraine: Luther S. Pitkin, 1849
  Lyme town: Albert D. Shaw, 1841 — William S. Carlisle, 1843
  Mannsville: Charles Roy Nasmith, 1882
  Oxbow: William H. Eustis, 1845 — Jerome H. Bishop, 1846
  Pierrepont Manor: George C. Hafford, 1862
  Plessis: Willard S. Augsbury, 1858
  Point Peninsula: Nelson Burdick, 1820 — Edward S. Minor, 1840
  Rodman: Charles S. Plank, 1863 — Allan P. Sill, 1885
  Rutland: Isaac H. Bronson, 1802 — Edward Langworthy, 1808 — Allen C. Adsit, 1837
  Sackets Harbor: John Pettit, 1807 — Erastus Wells, 1823
  Stone Mills, Orleans: Elon R. Brown, 1857
  Theresa: Roswell P. Flower, 1835 — Charles B. Clark, 1844
  Three Mile Bay: Homer E. A. Dick, 1884
  Watertown, year not specified: Hugh T. Farley
  Watertown, 1800-1899: Willard Ives, 1806 — Joel A. Matteson, 1808 — S. Clinton Hastings, 1813 — Leonard J. Farwell, 1819 — John Avery, 1824 — George A. Bagley, 1826 — Moses W. Field, 1828 — Lansing Stout, 1828 — Charles H. Sawyer, 1840 — Oscar S. Gifford, 1842 — Joseph Mullin, 1848 — Robert Lansing, 1864 — John J. Burns, 1872 — Emma S. Lansing, 1872 — John A. McPherson, 1873 — John F. O'Brien, 1874 — Roy G. Fitzgerald, 1875 — George R. Van Namee, 1877 — John C. Purcell, 1885 — Francis J. McCarthy, 1889 — Allen W. Dulles, 1893
  Watertown, 1900-1999: Henry A. Wise, 1906 — Charles W. Yost, 1907 — David Aldrich Nelson, 1932 — Hugh T. Farley — William B. Vaughn, 1946 — John M. McHugh, 1948
  Near Watertown: Samuel W. Parker, 1805
  Wilna: Henry Purcell, 1848
   See also New York birthplaces not assigned to counties.

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