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lawyer , editor

Kinahan Cornwallis, British lawyer, editor.

Background

Cornwallis, Kinahan was born on December 24, 1839 in London, England. Son of William Baxter Kinahan C. (barrister-at-law) and Elizabeth (Cornwallis).

Education

Collegiate education.

Career

Entered British colonial civil service. 2 years in Melbourne, Australia. Located in New York, 1860, as one of editors of The Herald.

As Herald correspondent, accompanied Prince of Wales on American tour. Admitted to New York bar, 1863. Financial editor and general editorial writer New York Herald, 1860-1869.

Editor and proprietor The Knickerbocker Magazine, afterward of The Albion. From 1886 editor and proprietor Wall Street Daily Investigator, now Wall Street Daily Investor. Author: The Song of America and Columbus, 1892.

The Conquest of Mexico and Peru, 1893. The War for the Union, or the Duel Between North and South, 1899. Home: New York, New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Song of America and Columbus, 1892. The Conquest of Mexico and Peru, 1893. The War for the Union, or the Duel Between North and South, 1899.

Connections

Married Annie Louise Tisdale. Married second, Elizabeth Chapman (both deceased.

father:
William Baxter Kinahan C. Cornwallis

spouse:
Annie Louise Tisdale

spouse:
Elizabeth Chapman