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Graham, David, Jr., 1808-1852


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    • Graham, David, 1808-1852
    • Graham, D. (David), Jr., 1808-1852
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        1808
    • Death Date

        18520527
    • Birth Place

        London (England)
    • Death Place

        Nice (France)
    • Associated Locale

        New York (N.Y.)
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        eng
    • Occupation

        (itoamc) Educators
          (itoamc) Lawyers
            (itoamc) Politicians
              (itoamc) Statesmen
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          • Earlier Established Forms

            • Graham, David, 1808-1852
          • Sources

            • found: His A treatise on the practice of the Supreme Court of the State of New-York, 1832:t.p. (David Graham, Jun., counsellor at law)
            • found: His Inaugural address, 1838:t.p. (David Graham, Jr., professor of the law of pleading and practice, in the University of the City of New-York)
            • found: His A treatise on the organization of the courts of law and equity, 1839:t.p. (David Graham, Jr., counsellor at law)
            • found: Myers, M. In the Court for the Correction of Errors, 1840:p. 2 (D. Graham, Jr., for def't. in error)
            • found: MoSU-L/NLT files(hdg.: Graham, David, 1808-1852)
            • found: America's Historical Newspapers, via WWW, Aug. 12, 2015:Evening post, N.Y., 6-19-1852 (David Graham, Esq.; for many years a prominent member of the N.Y. bar; trained for the law by his father, David Graham, Sen.; elected to the Common Council of this city at age 26; at about the same age published a work known as "Graham's Practice," on legal practice and procedure; appointed one of the N.Y. commissioners of the code of procedure, 1848; active politician; statesman; b. London, England, while his parents were on their way to the U.S.; died at Nice, where he had gone in the hope of staying the ravages of pulmonary disease) Newark daily advertiser, 6-19-1852 (David Graham, Esq.; died the 27th ult. at Nice, age 43)
            • found: Google Books, via WWW, Aug. 12, 2015:The Green bag, v. 6, Aug. 1894, p. 353 (David Graham, Jun.; of the New York bar; used the youthful suffix long after his father, David Graham, the elder, had died) Clinton, H.L. Extraordinary cases, 1896, p. 87, etc. (David Graham; first known to the bar as the author of "Graham's Practice," first written by him while a law student; read law with his father, David Graham; continued to add "Jr." to his name for many years after his father's death)
            • found: New York Times, via WWW, Aug. 12, 2015:New York times, Apr. 10, 1894 (David Graham, Jr.; took up the defense of Ezra White, accused of murder, after the death of his father, David Graham, Sr., who had been retained to defend White)
            • found: MWA/NAIP files, Aug. 12, 2015(access point: Graham, David, Jr., 1808-1852; note: lawyer; his works and accomplishments are often confused with those of his father, David Graham, 1779-1839; although authorship of An essay on new trials, 1834, and its second edition (published as A treatise on the principles of law and equity which govern courts in the granting of new trials, 1855) is often attributed to him, they were actually the work of his father)
          • Editorial Notes

            • [Not to be confused with his father, David Graham, 1779-1839, also a lawyer.]
          • Change Notes

            • 1990-08-01: new
            • 2015-08-27: revised
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