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Elbridge Gerry was born on July 17, 1744, in Marblehead, Massachusetts, the third of twelve children.
The first documented sale of public land in this area was recorded in 1823 to Elbridge Deming, who later built a log cabin on land in section 9 ( in the area of M-24 and Metamora Road ) of the township, around the spring of 1832.
Congressman and Buffalo banker Elbridge G. Spaulding prepared a bill, based on the Free Banking Law of New York, that eventually became the National Banking Act of 1863.
The Elbridge Village Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.
The Village of Elbridge was located on a well-traveled Indian trail that eventually became New York State Route 5.
The Main Street of Elbridge ( Route 5 ) is lined with beautiful 19th century homes, including at least one that is said to have been a station on the Underground Railroad and the Wayside Inn.
He joined DeWitt Clinton on the Federalist Party ticket for the U. S. presidential election, 1812, but was defeated by James Madison and Elbridge Gerry.
The river is named for Elbridge Trask who settled on the shores of Tillamook Bay in 1848.
In 1960 he published Trask, a historical novel about Elbridge Trask, an Oregon settler in the 1840s who was the first white homesteader on Tillamook Bay.
Gerry was born on December 6, 1813 in Waterford, Maine and was a grandson of former U. S. Vice-President Elbridge Gerry.
The recording was done on January 8, 1964, a mere two weeks after founding Temptation Elbridge Bryant had been fired, and Jimmy Ruffin's younger brother David Ruffin had taken Bryant's place.

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Previously, Eddie Kendricks and Paul Williams had performed most of the group's lead vocals, and Ruffin had joined the group as a replacement for former Temptation Elbridge " Al " Bryant.
Elmwood, also known as the Oliver-Gerry-Lowell House, is a registered historic house in Cambridge, Massachusetts, known for its several prominent former residents, including: Andrew Oliver ( 1706 – 74 ), royal Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts ; Elbridge Gerry ( 1744 – 1814 ), signer of the US Declaration of Independence and whose political tactics earned the term gerrymandering, and Vice President of the United States ; and James Russell Lowell ( 1819 – 1891 ), noted American writer, poet, and foreign diplomat.

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Seeking a New Englander for a running mate, the caucus initially chose New Hampshire governor John Langdon to balance the ticket, but after Langdon declined due to his age, a second caucus nominated Governor Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts for the Vice Presidency, which had been vacant since George Clinton's death a month earlier.
Printed in 1812, this political cartoon illustrates the electoral districts drawn by the Massachusetts legislature to favor the incumbent Democratic-Republican party candidates of Governor Elbridge Gerry over the Federalists, from which the term gerrymander is derived.
The land was subsequently part of the Pemaquid Patent, granted by the Plymouth Council for New England in 1631 to Robert Aldsworth and Gyles Elbridge, merchants from Bristol, England, from which the town derives its name.
The villages of Jordan & Elbridge along with the Town of Elbridge, which also contains parts of Jordan, get their drinking water from Skaneateles Lake.
Elbridge ( specifically the Village of Elbridge ) is the headquarters for Tessy Plastics, which manufactures injection molded plastic products.
The company, which was founded in 1973 by Henry Beck, employs 1, 000 people worldwide – 500 at the Elbridge plant alone.
Eight different handwriting experts ( Albert S. Osborn, Elbridge W. Stein, John F. Tyrrell, Herbert J. Walter, Harry M. Cassidy, Wilmer T. Souder, Albert D. Osborn, and Clark Sellers ) were called by the prosecution to the witness stand, where they pointed out similarities between words and letters in the ransom notes and in Hauptmann's writing specimens ( which included documents written before he was arrested, such as automobile registration applications ).
Eight different handwriting experts ( Albert S. Osborn, Elbridge W. Stein, John F. Tyrrell, Herbert J. Walter, Harry M. Cassidy, Wilmer T. Souder, Albert D. Osborn, and Clark Sellers ) were called by the prosecution to the witness stand, where they pointed out similarities between words and letters in the ransom notes and in Hauptmann's writing specimens ( which included documents written before he was arrested, such as automobile registration applications ).
The story begins in 1958 when Otis Williams, at the time a teenager, is running to meet his friend Elbridge " Al " Bryant at a musical performance by The Cadillacs, where Otis and the singer lock eyes, which he credits as the moment he devoted his life to music.
The engine was a modified Elbridge motorboat motor, dubbed the " aero special ", which was a 2-stroke, 4-cylinder engine with a maximum of and 1, 050 rpm.

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The town was originally called the " Town of Gerrysville " after Vice-President Elbridge Gerry.

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* Chaz Lamar Shepherd ... Elbridge Bryant
* Elbridge Bryant ... ( archive sound ) ( also as The Temptations )

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In contrast to the straightness of the turnpike, Topsfield was one of the towns surrounded by the original " Gerrymander "-meandering electoral districts drawn by Governor Elbridge Gerry in 1812 to further the interests of his political party.

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First printed in March 1812, this political cartoon was drawn in reaction to the state senate electoral districts drawn by the Massachusetts legislature to favour the Democratic-Republican Party candidates of Governor Elbridge Gerry over the Federalists.
In 1789 when James Madison proposed to insert the word " national " in the part of the Bill of Rights providing that " no religion shall be established by law ," Elbridge Gerry told Congress that the Antifederalists had objected to the injustice of that name because they favored a federal government, while the Federalists favored " a national one.
First printed in March 1812, this political cartoon was drawn in reaction to the state senate electoral districts drawn by the Massachusetts legislature to favor the Democratic-Republican party candidates of Governor Elbridge Gerry over the Federalists.
The bay was settled in 1848 by Elbridge Trask, who journeyed overland to the bay, and subsequent trials of early settlement were described in the 1960 historical novel Trask by Don Berry.
In the election of 1800 Strong was nominated by the Federalists as their candidate for governor ; his principal opponent was Elbridge Gerry, nominated by the Democratic-Republicans.
He was elected to the 47th United States Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Elbridge G. Lapham, and re-elected to the 48th, 52nd, 53rd, 54th, 55th, 56th, 57th, 58th and 59th United States Congresses, serving from December 5, 1881, to March 3, 1885, and from March 4, 1891 to March 3, 1907.
Richardson's introduction of the Stick Style of Architecture into the U. S. by his Sherman Watts House in Newport, with Cabot's splendid mansion for Elbridge Torrey at 1 Melville Avenue in Dorchester, MA.
Not long after the death of Elbridge Gerry, Elmwood was purchased by the Lowell family.
The architecture of most of the facility's buildings is of a unique and rare neo-classical style, designed by the architect Elbridge Boyden.
* Elbridge Gerry: proposed selection by the state executives ( governors )

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In response, Bergh himself, along with Elbridge T. Gerry and John D. Wright, formed the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children ( NYSPCC ) in 1875.
This hamlet is trisected with the towns of Lysander, Elbridge and Van Buren.
He was so impressed that he returned with his family in 1793. First Congregational Church, Main Street Elbridge.
Town historians believe it is probable that Captain Stevens named the town after Massachusetts Governor Elbridge Gerry, who participated with Stevens in the Boston Tea Party raid in 1773.
Not long after this standoff, Talleyrand sent Lucien Hauteval (" Z ") to meet with Elbridge Gerry.
War with Britain was imminent, and Massachusetts Federalists sought a strong candidate to oppose Elbridge Gerry, who had been victorious against Christopher Gore in the previous two elections.
Franklin joined the group as its bass singer, and remained with Williams and Elbridge Bryant when they, Paul Williams, and Eddie Kendricks formed The Elgins in late 1959.
The Distants also included future Temptations Otis Williams, Melvin Franklin, and Elbridge " Al " Bryant, who left The Distants and their record deal with Johnnie Mae Matthews ' Northern Records to form The Elgins ( later The Temptations ) with Eddie Kendricks and Paul Williams.
Not all the delegates were pleased with the results ; thirteen left before the ceremony, and three of those remaining refused to sign: Edmund Randolph of Virginia, George Mason of Virginia, and Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts.

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