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Memorials of Connecticut Judges and Attorneys
As Printed in the Connecticut Reports
Volume 13, Appendix, page 11

NATHANIEL PERRY

a native of Woodbury, read law with the late John Strong, Esq., of that place, for about 18 months, and completed his studies with Asa Chapman, Esq., then a practitioner of law at Newtown, and afterwards a Judge of the Superior Court. He was admitted to the Bar in Fairfield county, in April 1816; and soon after his admission, commenced the practice of law at Woodbury, and continued there until the year 1823; when he removed to this town [New-Milford], where he still continues in the practice. He was elected a member of the General Assembly, in the year 1832, and was Clerk of the House of Representatives. He was appointed Judge of Probate for the district of New-Milford, in the years 1832 and 1834, and again in the year 1838, and has ever since continued to hold the office.

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