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Edward G. Wilbor

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Edward G. Wilbor
Edward G. Wilbor.jpg
Born 10 September 1807
Chatham, Columbia County, New York
Died 23 April 1869
Nationality American
Occupation Politician
Political party Whig (first), then Republican
Parent(s) Samuel S. Wilbor & Hannah Wilbor

Edward G. Wilbor (September 10, 1807 Chatham, Columbia County, New York – April 23, 1869) was an American politician from New York.


He was the son of Samuel S. Wilbor and Hannah (Fitch) Wilbor. He attended the district schools and Kinderhook Academy, and became a farmer. He married Louisa Phelps, and they had several children.

He entered politics as a Whig, and ran twice unsuccessfully for the Assembly; and then became a Republican.

He was a member of the New York State Senate (11th D.) in 1866 and 1867.

He was buried at the Chatham Union Cemetery in Old Chatham, New York.


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New York State Senate
Preceded by
John B. Dutcher
New York State Senate
11th District

Succeeded by
Abiah W. Palmer
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