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Thomas J. Creamer

Thomas J. Creamer, Irish ex-congressman. member 43d (1873-1875) and 57th (1901-1903) Congresses. Prominent in promoting legislation for the Brooklyn Bridge, the elevated rys., the boulevards, the Riverside Park, the Museums of Art and Natural History, and with late Andrew H. Green, labored for years to bring about legislation for the creation of the municipality of Greater New New York.

Background

  • Creamer, Thomas J. was born on May 26, 1843 in near Lake Garadice, Ireland. Son of Francis and Anne (Dorsey) Creamer.

  • Education

    • Student law.

    Membership

    Member 43d (1873-1875) and 57th (1901-1903) Congresses. Prominent in promoting legislation for the Brooklyn Bridge, the elevated rys., the boulevards, the Riverside Park, the Museums of Art and Natural History, and with late Andrew H. Green, labored for years to bring about legislation for the creation of the municipality of Greater New New York.

    Connections

    • father: Francis Creamer
    • mother: Anne (Dorsey) Creamer
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    Born March 26, 1843
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