Buckingham, Jedediah Parker, 1758-1840
- Existence: 1758 - 1840
Jedediah Parker Buckingham was born on April 7, 1758 in Lebanon, Connecticut. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1779 after which he studied law with Judge T Parsons of Newburyport Massachusetts before continuing his law studies at the Temple in London, England. After his return from England, he moved to Thetford, Vermont where he continued in the practice of his profession. Buckingham was a Counsellor, Clerk of the Probate Court and also Judge of Probate, and Judge of the County Court in Orange County Vermont as well as a a member of the Vermont House of Representatives for 10 years. Buckingham died on September 27, 1840.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from H. Buckingham of Kingston to J.P. Buckingham in Thetford, Vermont, mentioning Mr. Dorrance who briefly reports on matters before the House, mentions religious revival in vicinity, wishes Jacob Allen would visit and notes that Wilkes-Barre Academy needs a principal.
Jedediah Parker Buckingham (1758-1840), lawyer. The collection contains his legal papers including deeds and land transfers. One Justice's warrant and an inventory of Buckingham's estate are also included.