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Adams, Elijah, Esq. (1771-1838)



  • Existence: 1771 - 1838


Elijah Adams studied law at the Litchfield Law School in 1794 and was admitted to the Connecticut bar the following year. He practiced law in Litchfield until 1806 when he removed to Geneva, New York. He was admitted to the bar there in 1807. Elijah resided in New York state until his death on March 23, 1838 in Carmel, New York.

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Elijah Adams letter


Identifier: 00-2009-92-0

Elijah Adams, Esq. in Fishkill, New York writes to Asa Bacon, Esq. in Litchfield about a meeting at Col. Benjamin Tallmadge's house. Provides recollections about a business arrangement involving Judge Reeve, Uriel Holmes, Frederick Wolcott, Benjamin Tallmadge Ezekiel Lewis, John Landon, Aaron Smith and Julius Deming. Gives an account of attempts to collect a debt from Aaron Smith.

Dates: translation missing: en.enumerations.date_label.created: 1824 Dec 13