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Job H. Lippincott

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Job Hilliard Lippincott
Job H. Lippincott circa 1890.jpg
Lippincott circa 1890
Justice of the Supreme Court of New Jersey
In office
1893–1900
Preceded byGeorge Theodore Werts
U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey
In office
1886–1887
Preceded byAnthony Quinton Keasbey
Succeeded bySamuel Fowler Bigelow
Personal details
Born(1842-11-12)November 12, 1842
Vincentown, New Jersey
DiedJuly 5, 1900(1900-07-05) (aged 57)
Jersey City, New Jersey

Job Hilliard Lippincott (November 12, 1842 – July 5, 1900) was a lawyer who served as United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey and was an associate justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court.[1][2]

Biography

He was born on November 12, 1842 near Mount Holly, New Jersey to a Quaker farmer and raised on the family farm in Vincentown, New Jersey. He attended Mount Holly Seminary. He is an 1865 graduate, with the degree of bachelor of laws, of the Dane Law School at Harvard University.[1]

He was president of the board of education of Hudson City, New Jersey from 1868 to 1871. He married Keziah Budd on August 19, 1878 and they had a son, Job Herbert Lippincott.[1]

Judicial Service

Lippincott was United States Attorney for New Jersey from 1886 to 1887 and associate justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court from 1893 to 1900, replacing George Theodore Werts.[3][4]

Death

He died at his home, at 132 Sip Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey on July 5, 1900.[1] He was interred in Mount Holly Cemetery.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Justice Lippincott Dead. Noted for Having Imprisoned a Gang of Jersey City Ballot-Box Stuffers". New York Times. July 6, 1900.
  2. ^ "Job H. Lippincott". The New Jersey Law Journal. 1900.
  3. ^ "Office History - USAO-NJ - Department of Justice". 18 March 2015. Retrieved 18 July 2016.
  4. ^ Kestenbaum, Lawrence. "The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Linna to Littinsky". Retrieved 18 July 2016.
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