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Nathaniel Scudder

1733-1781

Nathaniel Scudder was one of the most active patriots of New Jersey, during the Revolution. Having won the confidence of his fellow-citizens by his zeal and decision, he was, in 1777, elected to a seat in Congress. He continued a member of that body until November, 1779. He was a faithful servant of his country in the time of sorest need. After the great struggle had been brought to a successful termination, he took no part in public affairs.

Source: Marshall, James V.. The United States Manual of Biography and History. Philadelphia: James B. Smith & Co., 1856. Page 139. (Some minor spelling changes may have been made.)


 
 

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