DeWitt Clinton was born at Little Britain, Orange County, N. Y., in. 1769. He died suddenly while engaged in official duty at Albany, February 11, 1828. His paternal ancestors, although long resident in Ireland, were of English origin, and his mother was of Dutch-French blood. He was educated at Columbia College, graduating with high honors.
For many generations the name of Clinton has been a name for New York State to conjure with. The public achievements of George Clinton and his fame as a farseeing statesman have been somewhat obscured by the later brilliancy of DeWitt Clinton, of the same clan. George Clinton was born on July 26, 1739, in
Deceased It is true that the worthy pioneers whose familiar figures were seen among us so many years are now one by one passing from these scenes to the rewards of another world and it is eminently proper that such as the subject of this article should be granted a memorial in the volume that
A veritable pioneer of the pioneers, and a man of sterling qualities of worth and substantiality, while his excellent achievements mark him one possessed of more than ordinary ability for business enterprises, the subject of this article is to be mentioned with the prominent men of Malheur County and is well worthy of the prestige
H.B. Clinton, of the firm of H.B. & C.E. Clignan, physicians and surgeons, was born in O., in 1822; is a graduate of the Cleveland Medical College. He practiced in O.; from 1848 to 1855; then moved to Benton Co., Iowa, and practiced there until 1877, when he came to Sioux City and opened his
CLINTON, Patience Todd5, (Enos4, Gershom3, Michael2, Christopher1) born June 9, 1768, died Aug. 23, 1845, married Jesse Eton, son of Capt. Lawrence and Elizabeth (Todd) Clinton, who was born at Clintonville, Conn., Aug. 9, 1762, died there Dec. 12, 1836. Their children were born in Wallingford, Conn. For Mrs. Elizabeth Clinton’s ancestry see No. 84.
CLINTON, Elizabeth Todd, born Sept. 29, 1736, died April 3, 1803, married Nov. 15, 1759, Capt. Lawrence Clinton who was born 1737, died 1804. Children: I. Esther, b. 1760, d. 1842. II. Jesse, b. 1762, m. Patience, dau. of Enos Todd, for list of children see No. 213. III. David, b. 1765, d. 1783. IV.