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Nathan Clifford

Born: 18-Aug-1803
Birthplace: Rumney, NH
Died: 25-Jul-1881
Location of death: Cornish, ME
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Evergreen Cemetery, Portland, ME

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Politician, Judge
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Congressman, Attorney General, Supreme Court

Father: Nathaniel Clifford (b. 23-Sep-1778)
Mother: Lydia Simpson (d. 30-Jun-1869)
Wife: Hannah Ayer (m. 20-Mar-1828, d. 2-Aug-1892)
Son: Charles Edward (b. 3-Nov-1829, d. 1907)
Daughter: Nancy Ayer (b. 19-Jan-1830, d. 14-Nov-1899)
Son: Nathan J. (b. 12-Jan-1832)
Daughter: Hannah Frances (b. 11-May-1834, d. 20-Dec-1900)
Son: William Henry (b. 22-Oct-1835, d. 13-Sep-1836)
Son: William Henry Clifford (attorney, politician, b. 11-Aug-1838, d. 18-Sep-1901)
Daughter: Elisha (b. 26-Jun-1839, d. 27-Jun-1839)
Daughter: Lydia J. (b. 18-Jun-1842, d. 28-Mar-1843)
Son: George Franklin (b. 8-Nov-1844, d. 21-Oct-1903)

    High School: Haverhill Academy
    High School: New Hampton Literary Institute

    US Supreme Court Justice Justice (21-Jan-1858 to 25-Jul-1881)
    US Ambassador to Mexico (1848-49)
    US Attorney General (17-Oct-1846 to 17-Mar-1848)
    US Congressman, Maine (4-Mar-1839 to 3-Mar-1843)
    Attorney General of Maine (1834-38)
    Maine State House of Representatives (1830-34)
    Maine State Bar Association
    Risk Factors: Amputee

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