Albert Mathews Edit Profile
Graduated from Yale, 1842. Studied law at Harvard Law School and New York City, 1842-1845. Admitted to bar, New York, 1845.
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.
Married Louise Mott Strong (died 1857), 1849. Married second, Cettie Moore Gwynne (died 1884), 1861.