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Joseph McIlvaine

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Joseph McIlvaine
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United States Senator
from New Jersey
In office
November 12, 1823 – August 19, 1826
Preceded bySamuel L. Southard
Succeeded byEphraim Bateman
Personal details
Born(1769-10-02)October 2, 1769
Bristol, Pennsylvania
DiedAugust 19, 1826(1826-08-19) (aged 56)
Burlington, New Jersey
Political partyNational Republican

Joseph McIlvaine (October 2, 1769 – August 19, 1826) was a United States Senator from New Jersey from 1823 until his death. He served as the Mayor of Burlington, New Jersey.

Biography

McIlvaine was born in Bristol, Pennsylvania to Col. Joseph Mcllvaine (1749–1787) and Catherine Swan. His father's sister, Mary McIlvaine (1752–1818), married Joseph Bloomfield, later Governor of New Jersey.[1]

After pursuing an academic course and studying law, he was admitted to the bar of New Jersey in 1790 and commenced practice in Burlington, New Jersey in 1791.

He was clerk of Burlington County, New Jersey from 1796 to 1800; clerk of the Burlington County Court from 1800 to 1823; and U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey from 1804 to 1820. He was appointed as a judge to the New Jersey Superior Court in 1818, but declined.

He was elected to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Samuel L. Southard and served from November 12, 1823, until his death in Burlington, New Jersey, where he was buried at Saint Mary's Episcopal Churchyard.

Family

On September 19, 1793, McIlvaine married Maria Reed, daughter of Bowes Reed, Secretary of State of New Jersey, and niece of Joseph Reed, Continental Congressman and Governor of Pennsylvania. They had three children:[2]

  1. Bowes Reed McIlvaine b: 1794
  2. Joseph McIlvaineIII b: c. 1796 in Burlington, New Jersey
  3. Reverend Charles Pettit McIlvaine (1798-1873), Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio
  4. Bloomfield McIlvaine b: c. 1799 d-1826 in Burlington, New Jersey
  5. Henry McIlvaine: c. 1805 in Burlington, New Jersey
  6. William McIlvaine b: c. 1806
  7. Emerson McIlvaine b: c. 1807
  8. Edward McIlvaine b: c. 1808
  9. Mary McIlvaine b: c. 1809
  10. Ellen McIlvaine b: c. 1810

See also

References

  1. ^ Frank Charles McElvain (1999). A History of the McElvain-McIlvaine Family Line. p. 379.
  2. ^ William Nelson, ed. (1906). Documents Relating to the Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey, Vol. 3. New Jersey Historical Society. p. 416.

External links

U.S. Senate
Preceded by
Samuel L. Southard
 U.S. senator (Class 1) from New Jersey
November 12, 1823 – August 19, 1826
Served alongside: Mahlon Dickerson
Succeeded by
Ephraim Bateman
This page was last edited on 22 September 2019, at 13:18
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