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McComb, John

Born: 1763 AD
Died: 1853 AD
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1763 – Born in New York City, New York.

1808 – Lower Manhattan’s Battery Park.

1802 – He also was the architect for the Hamilton Grange in Harlem for Alexander Hamilton.

1803 – New York City Hall.

1808 – McComb was also responsible for designing the Old Queens building at Rutgers University, St. John’s Chapel of Trinity Church in New York City, and the old Cape Henry Lighthouse at Cape Henry, Virginia, the first lighthouse built by the United States government.

1853 – Died in New York City, New York, USA.

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