Martin Thomas McMahon

Soldier, jurist, born Laprairie, Canada, 1838; died New York, 1906. He attended Saint John's College, Fordham, and practised law in California. During the Civil War he was aide to General McClellan, later major-general of Volunteers, and received the medal of honor for bravery. After the war he was corporation counsel of New York City, minister to Paraguay, senator, and judge of the Court of General Sessions.

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