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Albert Nelson Cheney

Albert Nelson Cheney, American editor, angling writer, fish culturist.

Background

  • Cheney, Albert Nelson was born on May 3, 1849 in Glens Falls, New York, United States. Son of Albert Nelson and Annah (Hunt) Cheney.

  • Education

    • Educated Glens Falls Academy, Sedgwick School, Massachusetts, Abbott School, Massachusetts, and Alexander Military Institute, New York.

    Career

    • State fish culturist New York, since 1895. Fishery editor Shooting and Fishing. Formerly 9 years contributor to Forest and Stream, conducting “Angling Notes;” to American Angler.

      To London Fishing Gazette, etc. Donater to fisheries. President National Fisheries Congress.

      Vice president International Fisheries Society. Captain National Guards State of New York Home: Glens Falls, New York.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Louise Rosekrans, October 10, 1872.
    • father: Albert Nelson Cheney
    • mother: Annah (Hunt) Cheney
    • spouse: Mary Louise Rosekrans
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    Died 1901
    (aged 51)
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