Dinsmoor, Samuel, 1766-1835
- Existence: 1766 - 1835
Samuel Dinsmore was born on July 1, 1766 in Windham, New Hampshire. He graduated from Dartmout College in 1789 after which he studied law, was admitted to the bar and commenced to practice law in Keene, New Hampshire. In 1811, he was elected as a Republican to the Twelfth Congress, serving until 1813. An unsuccessful candidate for reelection, he was the judge of probate of Cheshire County New Hampshire, (1823-31) and a member of the commission to establish the boundary line between the States of New Hampshire and Massachusetts in 1825. In 1831, he was elected as a Republican the 14th Governor of New Hampshire, serving until 1833. He died on Marche 15, 1835
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Identifier: Mss 811165.2
Scope and Contents Letter from Samuel Dinsmoore of Keene, New Hampshire to Noah Emery, Exeter, New Hampshire requesting a copy of the judgment rendered in the name of Jeremiah Brown vs. George Reid.