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Otsego County
New York

Politicians who were born in Otsego County

  Otsego County (no city given): Ulysses F. Doubleday, 1792 — Simeon Bates, 1801 — S. Baldwin Olmstead, 1810 — Egbert Marks, 1832 — Osmer Sage Deming, 1838 — Erastus D. Benedict, c.1840 — George C. Myers, 1863
  Burlington: Benjamin F. Angel, 1815 — William F. Jenks, 1831
  Burlington Flats: Alphonso A. Hopkins, 1843
  Butternuts: Alanson Carley, 1797 — Elisha M. Huntington, 1806 — Andrew G. Chatfield, 1810 — Jared C. Gregory, 1828 — William F. Chapin, 1831
  Cherry Valley: William W. Campbell, 1806 — Bernhart Henn, 1817 — Edward Gilbert, c.1819 — Edgar A. Spencer, 1847
  Cooperstown: Samuel Chase, 1789 — John D. Freeman, c.1806 — George Underwood, 1816 — Omar D. Conger, 1818 — R. R. Nelson, 1826
  Near Cooperstown: Ambrose W. Clark, 1810 — Henry William Harrington, 1825
  Gilbertsville: Abijah Gilbert, 1806
  Hartwick: William H. Bissell, 1811 — Martin Grover, 1811 — Isaac N. Arnold, 1815 — Robert L. Luce, 1862
  Laurens: Erastus Cooke, 1818
  Maryland: George W. Chase, c.1802
  Milford: Albert Morris, 1840 — David F. Wilber, 1859 — Willis K. Gillette, c.1866 — John H. Sweet, 1880
  Morris: Richard Franchot, 1816 — Stanislaus P. Franchot, 1851 — Nicholas V. V. Franchot, 1855 — Chester T. Backus, 1880
  New Lisbon: Henry Bennett, 1808
  Oneonta: Chauncey B. Sabin, 1824 — Theodore B. Gates, 1825 — Henry E. Huntington, 1850 — George W. Fairchild, 1854
  Otego: Ausburn Birdsall, 1814 — Erwin J. Baldwin, 1849 — Francis E. Baldwin, 1856
  Otsego: Gaylord Church, 1811 — Delos A. Blodgett, 1825 — Henry M. Youmans, 1832 — Pulaski F. Hyatt, c.1836
  Richfield Springs: Benjamin Pringle, 1807
  Near Richfield Springs: Norman J. Colman, 1827
  Schenevus: George W. Brown, 1859
  South Edmeston: Charles L. Banks, 1865
  South Hartwick: Romanzo Bunn, 1829
  South Valley: Ernest Lynn Waldorf, 1876
  Springfield: Abner Pratt, 1800 — John M. Carroll, 1823
  Unadilla: Edward S. Bragg, 1827 — Charles W. Buckley, 1835
  Wattles Ferry (now Unadilla): Samuel Gordon, 1802
  Westford: Joseph E. Haynes, 1827
  Westville: William V. Hodges, 1878
  Worcester: Lionel Allen Sheldon, 1828
   See also New York birthplaces not assigned to counties.
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