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Noble S. Elderkin

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Noble Strong Elderkin August 28, 1810 in Potsdam, St Lawrence County, New York – December 29, 1875 in Potsdam, St Lawrence County, New York was an American politician from New York He was Speaker of the New York State Assembly in 1850

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He was the son of Anthony Y Elderkin, a wheelwright c 1785 in Willimantic, Connecticut – 19 May 1850 in Madrid, New York and Parmela Fuller Elderkin His parents married in 1807 at Middlebury, Vermont Their first child Elmira L Elderkin 1807–1880 was born there In 1808, the family removed to Potsdam, New York, where Noble and his other siblings were born

He was Sheriff of St Lawrence County, New York from 1843 to 1846

He was a Democratic member from St Lawrence County of the New York State Assembly from 1849 to 1851 In 1850, Democrats and Whigs had a tie vote in the Assembly, but it having become apparent to Robert H Pruyn, the Whig candidate for Speaker, that one of the Whig members could not properly hold his seat, Pruyn abstained from voting, and Elderkin was chosen Speaker The appreciation of this high-minded course was shown shortly afterward: The Speaker was called home when his wife Eliza was very ill, and the Democrats voted for Pruyn to become the new Speaker Shortly thereafter, both Elderkin's wife and father died, his wife at Potsdam, NY, on April 8, aged 38 years, his father on May 19 at neighboring Madrid, NY, and Elderkin did not return to the Assembly for the remainder of this session

He was President of the village of Potsdam from 1857 until 1858

In 1859, he ran on the Democratic and American tickets for New York State Prison Inspector but was narrowly defeated by Republican David P Forrest

Sourcesedit

  • 1 Elderkin genealogy at Genforum
  • 2 His wife's death notice
  • 3 Potsdam History
  • 4 Mention in Census 1870
  • 5 Noble and Eliza mentioned in birth records 1847
  • 6 Bio of Robert H Pruyn at Schenectady History
  • Google Book The New York Civil List compiled by Franklin Benjamin Hough pages 272 and 406; Weed, Parsons and Co, 1858
New York Assembly
Preceded by
Benjamin Holmes
New York State Assembly
St Lawrence County, 3rd District

1849–1851
Succeeded by
Parker W Rose
Political offices
Preceded by
Amos K Hadley
Speaker of the New York State Assembly
1850
Succeeded by
Robert H Pruyn

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