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Nathaniel Peaslee Sargeant

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Nathaniel Peaslee Sargeant was a Justice on the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court from 1782 to 1791. He was born in 1731. He was the second Chief Justice of the court from 1790 to 1791[1], after the American revolution. He was preceded by William Cushing and succeeded by Francis Dana. He was also was a lawyer.

He was born in Methuen, MA on November 2, 1731 He died in 1791 in Haverhill, MA.[2]

Education

Sargeant was a graduate of Harvard University, class of 1750-1751 and received a Bachelor of Arts, (A.B).[3]

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