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Josiah Collins Pumpelly, American lawyer. member nat. council Church Association Advancement of Interests of Labor; member Actor’s Church Alliance (vice president).

Background

Pumpelly, Josiah Collins was born on August 16, 1839 in Owego, New York, United States. Son of George James and Mary Susan (Pumpelly) Pumpelly.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Rutgers College, 1860, A.M., 1863. Bachelor of Laws, Columbia, 1863.

Career

2d, Mary Amelia Harmer, May 20, 1896. Assisted in raising and drilling men for duty in Civil War. Admitted to bar, 1863.

One of founders Huguenot Society America, National Society S.A.R. (historian Empire State Society 8 years). Member nat. council Church Association Advancement of Interests of Labor. Member Actor’s Church Alliance (vice president).

Author: Our French Allies and Other Addresses, 1889. Associate editor American Magazine. Home: New York, New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Our French Allies and Other Addresses, 1889. Associate editor American Magazine.

Membership

Member nat. council Church Association Advancement of Interests of Labor. Member Actor’s Church Alliance (vice president).

Connections

Married Mistress.

father:
George James Pumpelly

mother:
Mary Susan (Pumpelly) Pumpelly

spouse:
Mistress