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Garret S. Cannon

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Garret S. Cannon
U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey
In office
1853–1861
PresidentFranklin Pierce
James Buchanan
Preceded byWilliam Halstead
Succeeded byAnthony Quinton Keasbey
New Jersey State Assembly
Personal details
Born(1818-03-01)March 1, 1818
Somerset, New Jersey
DiedApril 2, 1889(1889-04-02) (aged 71)
Bordentown, New Jersey
Political partyDemocratic
Alma materRutgers, BA (1833)
ProfessionLawyer

Garret S. Cannon (March 1, 1818 – April 21, 1889) was a lawyer who served as United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey under two presidents.[1]

Biography

Born in Somerset, New Jersey, Garret was born to a professor and a house wife.[2] At 18 he graduated Rutgers in 1833,[3] and soon began to practice law in Mount Holly. He would go on to be a part of the New Jersey State Assembly, and later serve as the United States Attorney for the district of New Jersey[4] from 1853 to 1861.[5][6] He would go out to live out the rest of his life in Bordentown, New Jersey[7] until his death in 1889.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Office History". www.justice.gov. 2015-03-18. Retrieved 2020-10-29.
  2. ^ a b The New Jersey Law Journal, Volumes 8-9. New Jersey Historical Society.
  3. ^ "Inventory to the Rutgers University Biographical Files: Alumni (Classes of 1774-1922)". www2.scc.rutgers.edu. Retrieved 2020-10-29.
  4. ^ Fitzgerald (1912). Manual of the Legislature of New Jersey.
  5. ^ "Appointments by the President". New York Daily Times. April 22, 1853.
  6. ^ Shaw, William (1884). History of Essex and Hudson Counties, New Jersey: Volume 2. Everts & Peck.
  7. ^ Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society: Volumes 1-2. New Jersey Historical Society. 1847.
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