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Grenville Mellen Ingalsbe, American lawyer. Member American Bar Association (member local council for New York, 1895-1905), New York State Bar Association (Executive Committee, since 1892, 3 years chairman). Trustee Glens Falls Academy.

Background

Ingalsbe, Grenville Mellen was born on July 26, 1846 in S. Hartford, New York, United States. Son of Milo and Laura Cook (Chapin) Ingalsbe.

Education

Student Union College, class of ’68. Left to become principal Argyle (New York) Academy, 1867-1870, but received Bachelor of Arts (in course), Union College, 1870, A.M., 1873. honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, 1917. Bachelor of Laws, Harvard University, 1872.

Career

Admitted to bar, 1874. President Sandy Hill National Bank of Hudson Falls. Secretary, director Imperial Wall Paper Company, Imperial Color Works.

Inc., Little River Lumber Company. Vice-president, director Creative Commons Allen Realty Company, Inc. Director Sandy Hill Realty Company, Plattsburgh Wall Paper Company, Underwood Paper Mills.

Was member 1885-1888 (chairman 1887-1888), board supervisors. Surrogate (judge Probate Court), 1895-1901, Washington County, New York Delaware Universal Congress Lawyers and Jurists, St. Louis.

Membership

Member American Bar Association (member local council for New York, 1895-1905), New York State Bar Association (Executive Committee, since 1892, 3 years chairman). Trustee Glens Falls Academy.

Connections

Married Franc E. Groesbeck, September 20, 1876.

father:
Milo Ingalsbe

mother:
Laura Cook (Chapin) Ingalsbe

spouse:
Franc E. Groesbeck