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Richmond County
New York

Politicians who were born in Richmond County

  Factoryville, Staten Island: Henry Litchfield West, 1859
  Greenridge, Staten Island: Lawrence H. Cortelyou, 1802
  Marshland (now Greenridge), Staten Island: Henry J. Seaman, 1805
  New Dorp, Staten Island: Samuel Barton, 1785
  Port Richmond, Staten Island: Anning S. Prall, 1870
  Stapleton, Staten Island: John Palmer, 1842 — Albert C. Fach, 1882
  Stapleton Heights, Staten Island: William A. Stevens, 1879
  Staten Island:
  Staten Island, year not specified: Thomas J. Walsh
  Staten Island, 1700-1799: Joshua Mersereau, 1728 — John Broome, 1738 — Joshua Mercereau, 1759 — David Mersereau, c.1769 — Henry Crocheron, 1772 — Jacob Tyson, 1773 — Jacob Crocheron, 1774 — James Guyon, Jr., 1778 — Jacob Mersereau, 1782 — Paul Mersereau, 1784 — Peter Mersereau, 1788
  Staten Island, 1800-1899: Joshua Mersereau, 1804 — Joseph Egbert, 1807 — Daniel D. T. Farnsworth, 1819 — Obadiah Bowne, 1822 — Albert J. Fountain, 1838 — Richard A. Donnelly, 1841 — George Sawter, 1857 — William H. Leonard, 1859 — Charles C. Persiani, c.1859 — Benjamin H. Crosby, 1859 — C. Ludlow Livingston, 1870 — Raymond Robins, 1873 — F. Munroe Endicott, 1879 — Thomas J. Walsh — Thomas P. Thompson, 1887 — James A. O'Leary, 1889 — S. Pinkney Tuck, 1891 — Rae L. Egbert, 1892
  Staten Island, 1900-1999: William H. Vanderbilt, 1901 — Cecil B. Lyon, 1903 — John M. Braisted, Jr., 1907 — Arthur T. Berge, 1907 — Robert S. Bainbridge, 1913 — Laurence Radway, 1919 — Taylor G. Belcher, 1920 — Mark A. Costantino, 1920 — John J. Marchi, 1921 — Orlando L. Abbruzzese, 1922 — John M. Murphy, 1926 — John T. Gregorio, 1928 — Albert H. McGeehan, 1944 — Dan Donovan, 1956 — Michael E. McMahon, 1957 — Susan Molinari, 1958 — Rudolph Contreras, 1962 — Vito Fossella, 1965
  West New Brighton, Staten Island: Eric N. Vitaliano, 1948
   See also New York birthplaces not assigned to counties.

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