US Con Radford, William - U.S. Congressman, NY

William Radford

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Born: June 24, 1814

Birthplace: Poughkeepsie, New York

Father: Nathaniel Radford 1780 – 1839

Mother: Sarah Barton 1778 – 1854

Wife: Sarah E. R. Baker 1817 – 1845
(Buried: Presbyterian Church Burial Grounds, Westfield, New Jersey)​

Political Party: Democratic Party

Occupation before War:


1829 – 1863: Mercantile Businessman in New York City, New York​

Civil War Career:

1863 – 1867: United States Congressman from New York
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1863 – 1865: Member of House Public Buildings and Grounds Committee​
1865 – 1867: Ranking Member of House Pacific Railroad Committee​
1865 – 1867: Member of House Elections Committee​
1865: Voted against the 13th​ Amendment to U.S. Constitution.​

Occupation after War:

1866: Unsuccessful Candidate for reelection to U.S. Congress.​
1867 – 1870: Mercantile Businessman in New York City, New York​

Died: January 18, 1870

Place of Death: Yonkers, New York

Cause of Death: Heart Disease

Age at time of Death: 55 years old

Burial Place: Presbyterian Church Burial Grounds, Westfield, New Jersey
 
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The seat in the House of Representatives was from New York's 10th District. The seat had previousdly been occupied by Charles Van Wyck who went on to be Colonel of the 56th New York, Brigadier General, back to the House, Nebraska State Senator, US Senator.
 
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