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Saratoga County
New York

Politicians who were born in Saratoga County

  Saratoga County (no city given): George S. Batcheller, 1837 — Miles Beach, 1840 — Daniel W. Tallmadge, c.1842 — John L. Davie, 1850 — Henry R. Holbrook, 1866 — Winfred E. Whittemore, 1868
  Ballston Center: John Boyd Thacher, 1847
  Ballston Spa: Nathaniel Bacon, 1802 — Isaiah Blood, 1810 — Stephen S. Barlow, 1818 — Robert E. Whalen, 1874 — Harold D. Finley, 1893
  Burnt Hills: Gilbert T. Seelye, 1877
  Charlton: John W. Taylor, 1784 — Anson Brown, 1800 — Edgar L. Fursman, 1838
  Clifton Park: Herbert B. Fellows, 1860
  Corinth: Benjamin Eggleston, 1816 — James W. Houghton, 1856
  Near Coveville: Charles D. Beckwith, 1838
  Crescent: Peter Rowe, 1807
  Edinburg: Truman G. Younglove, 1815
  Emerson's Corners: Edgar T. Brackett, 1853
  Galway: Alvin Kellogg, 1793 — Day O. Kellogg, 1796 — Allen Potter, 1818 — Horace W. Carpentier, 1824 — George H. West, 1854
  Greenfield: Elisha Champlin, 1798 — Elihu Anthony, 1818 — Lewis S. Bailey, 1842
  Greenfield Center: William Aldrich, 1820
  Half Moon: Michael Hoffman, 1787
  Mechanicville: Edward T. Corcoran, c.1894 — Daniel Flynn, 1907
  Moreau: Edward M. Angell, 1868
  Saratoga: Roscius R. Kennedy, 1804 — William S. Ostrander, 1858 — James B. Reynolds, 1870
  Saratoga Springs: Calvin C. Chaffee, 1811 — Benjamin Hale Austin, 1832 — James G. Jenkins, 1834 — Carl L. Wallace, 1865 — Hiram C. Todd, 1876 — A. Augustus Low, 1889 — Henry Schrade, 1897 — Carleton J. King, 1904 — Paul Schrade, 1924 — Aidan I. Mullett, 1926
  Schuylerville: John B. Brisbin, 1827 — George R. Salisbury, 1863
  Stillwater: Isaac Finch, 1783 — Richard David Davis, 1799 — Silas Seymour, 1817 — Ebenezer O. Grosvenor, 1820 — Henry M. Cheever, 1832
  Waterford: John Cramer, 1779 — Michael S. Myers, 1801 — Egbert L. Viele, 1825 — Cassius A. Green, 1847 — Stephen H. Hall, c.1849 — Frederick W. Kavanaugh, 1871 — William E. Morris, 1901
  West Charlton: William G. Donnan, 1834
  Near Wilton: Dudley Emerson Cornell, 1837
   See also New York birthplaces not assigned to counties.

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