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Another lawyer who spent a few years in Utica was Abraham D. Van Horne, a native of Montgomery County, who pursued his studies with Joseph Kirkland at New Hartford, and then began practice in Utica as the Partner of A.M. Walton. In July 1807 he was made-village attorney, but resigned in October, and returned to New Hartford to join his preceptor, In 1814, he was a member of assembly from Madison County, and in 1821 he died at London, Ohio.

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Van Horne, Abraham D.



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