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Livingston, William

Born: 1723 AD
Died: 1790 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Politician

1723 – Born in Albany, New York on the 30th of November.

1741 – He graduated from Yale University and then studied law.

1748 – He was admitted to the bar and began his practice in New York.

1772 – He moved to Elizabethtown, New Jersey, where he built a large country home to house his growing family.

1774-1776 – He was a member of the Continental Congress.

      – In October, he was commissioned a brigadier general of the New Jersey Militia.

      – He was elected Governor of New Jersey

1779 – The family was located in Parsippany for safety.

1747- Her sister Sarah was married of Continental General William Alexander their daughter was married to William Duer.

1787 – He was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and one of the signers of the Constitution.

1790 – Died on the 25th of July in Elizabeth, New Jersey.