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Lawyer , author

Albert Mathews, American lawyer, author.

Background

Mathews, Albert was born on September 8, 1820 in New York, New York, United States. Son of Oliver and Mary (Field) Mathews.

Education

Graduated from Yale, 1842. Studied law at Harvard Law School and New York City, 1842-1845. Admitted to bar, New York, 1845.

Career

Author: (under pen-name of Paul Siegvolk) Walter Ashwood: A Love Story, 1859. A Bundle of Papers, 1879. Thoughts on Codification of the Common Law, 1881.

Memorial of Bernard Roelker, 1889. Ruminations—The Ideal American Lady and Other Essays, 1893. Incidental Protection a Solecism.

A Few Verses, 1896. Home: New York, New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (under pen-name of Paul Siegvolk) Walter Ashwood: A Love Story, 1859. A Bundle of Papers, 1879. Thoughts on Codification of the Common Law, 1881.

      Memorial of Bernard Roelker, 1889. Ruminations—The Ideal American Lady and Other Essays, 1893. Incidental Protection a Solecism.

      A Few Verses, 1896.

Connections

Married Louise Mott Strong (died 1857), 1849. Married second, Cettie Moore Gwynne (died 1884), 1861.

father:
Oliver Mathews

mother:
Mary (Field) Mathews

spouses:
Louise Mott Strong

Cettie Moore Gwynne