1870's Samuel Courtney & Fred Churchill Business Card, Attorneys NYC
-19th c. Courtney & Churchill Family Business Card
- Lawyers, Law Firm, Attorneys, Solicitors, Counsellor-at-law
-Broadway, New York, Kings, Queens & Delaware County: Advertising Trade Card
-Samuel Courtney Genealogy & Fred Churchill Genealogy
-An original antique piece, when sold, no more
Printed on card: "Samuel G. Courtney, Attorney and Counselor at Law" & "Fred B. Churchill, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Notary Public. 165 and 167 Broadway, New York." Date: 1870-80's, New York. County: Kings, Queens, New York and Delaware County.
Found in Public Records:
Hon. Samuel G. Courtney was a son-in-law of Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson, (Daniel Dickinson). following him as United States district attorney for the Southern District of New York from April 1866 to April 25, 1869.
Samuel G. Courtney
Birth: Nov. 4, 1826
Death: Feb. 10, 1885
Spouse: Lydia L. Dickinson Courtney (1830-1919) (Lydia Dickinson, Lydia Courtney)
Burial: Spring Forest Cemetery, Binghamton, Broome County, New York, USA
Wiki says "Daniel Stevens Dickinson (September 11, 1800-April 12, 1866) was a New York politician, most notable as a United States Senator from 1844-1851. He was elected New York State Attorney General in November 1861. He was appointed United States Commissioner for the final settlement of the Hudson Bay & Puget Sound agricultural claims in 1864. Dickinson was considered as a possible vice presidential candidate when Abraham Lincoln ran for reelection in 1864, but the nomination went to Andrew Johnson. Dickinson supported Lincoln's reelection, and was appointed US Attorney for the Southern District of New York in 1865, an office in which he served until his death. He died in New York City, and was buried at the Spring Forest Cemetery in Binghamton."
We found public information that Samuel Courtney's law partner, Frederick Churchill of Rome, NY was admitted to the bar in 1873.
This card was found in a large collection of 19th and early 20th c. material in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, MA. The card is printed on heavy old off white cardstock with simple early American typography font.
This beautiful old historical piece will be sent in a new clean archival rigid sleeve for your collection. This was a personal calling card for the esteemed Samuel, G. Courtney, and is one of a kind.
Size: 2.5 by 3.5 inches.
Note: Hello from ~debra. I have spent years collecting over 10,000 ID’d lost family photos & paper from US flea markets & antique shops. I do the best gen research I can, but am always open to corrections. This is an original antique item, not a reprint. A new high quality rigid sleeve is included for extra protection, especially during shipping. You may buy a piece alone, or large intimate 300 dpi scans of the front and back sent immediately via email, or both. Please search carefully, as they are often found together and many may be related. I also invite you to join me at Ancestorville Genealogy on facebook. Thank you, enjoy! ~Debra Clifford (contact info on top bar)