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Lawyer

Montgomery Hunt Throop, American lawyer. member of New York Codification Commission, 1870-1877.

Background

Throop, Montgomery Hunt was born on January 26, 1827 in Auburn, New York, United States. Son of George B. and Francis (Hunt) Throop.

Education

Attended Hobart College. Read law with uncle (Ward Hunt).

Career

Accompanied uncle (Enox Thompson Throop) on diplomatic missions to Geneva and Naples. Admitted to New York bar, 1848. Practiced in partnership with uncle, Utica, New York, 1848-1856.

With Roscoe Conkling, 1856-1862. Moved to New York City, practiced law, 1864-1880. Member of New York Codification Commission, 1870-1877.

Author: The Future: A Political Essay, 1864. Treatise on Validity of Verbal Agreements, 1870. Revised Statues of State of New York, 1882.

Treatise on the Law Relating to Public Officers and Sureties in Official Bonds, 1892.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Future: A Political Essay, 1864. Treatise on Validity of Verbal Agreements, 1870. Revised Statues of State of New York, 1882.

      Treatise on the Law Relating to Public Officers and Sureties in Official Bonds, 1892.

Membership

Member of New York Codification Commission, 1870-1877.

Connections

Married Charlotte Williams Gridley, June 22, 1854, 2 sons.

father:
George B. Throop

mother:
Francis (Hunt) Throop

spouse:
Charlotte Williams Gridley