US Con -Chamberlain, Jacob Payson - U.S. Congressman, NY

Jacob Payson Chamberlain:
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Born: August 1, 1802
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Birthplace: Dudley Massachusetts
Father: Colonel John Chamberlain 1762 – 1819
(Buried: Elisha Williams Cemetery Waterloo New York)
Mother: Mary Lee 1762 – 1819
(Buried: Elisha Williams Cemetery Waterloo New York)

Wife: Catherine Kuney 1806 – 1878
(Buried: Restvale Cemetery Seneca Falls New York)

Children:
Franklin Chamberlain 1826 – 1910
(Buried: Albany Rural Cemetery Menands New York)
Angeline C. Chamberlain Johnson 1831 – 1901
(Buried: Restvale Cemetery Seneca Falls New York)
Lucretia Chamberlain Avery 1834 – 1917
(Buried: Restvale Cemetery Seneca Falls New York)
John W. Chamberlain 1839 – 1868
(Buried: Restvale Cemetery Seneca Falls New York)
Lucinda Chamberlain Noyes 1844 – 1922
(Buried: Glenwood Cemetery Watkins Glen New York)


Political Party: Whig Party, Bucktail Democrat and Republican Party


Occupation before War:

Owner and operator of flour mills, malt houses and woolen mills
Organized the First Savings Bank in Seneca Falls New York
Member of the Seneca Falls New York Board of Education
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1859 – 1861: Member of New York State Assembly

Civil War Career:
1861 – 1863: United States Congressman from New York
1861 – 1863: Member of House Agriculture Committee
1861 – 1863: Member of House Public Buildings Expenditures Committee
1863 – 1878: Owner and Operator of Flour Milling Business

Occupation after War:
1863 – 1878: Owner and Operator of Flour Milling Business


Died:
October 5, 1878
Place of Death: Seneca Falls New York
Age at time of Death:
76 years old
Burial Place: Restvale Cemetery Seneca Falls New York
 
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