Thomas Hillhouse (American politician)
Thomas Hillhouse (March 10, 1817 – July 31, 1897) was an American farmer, banker and politician.
|Member of the New York State Senate|
from the 26th district
|Preceded by||Truman Boardman|
|Succeeded by||Charles J. Folger|
|Adjutant General of New York|
July 1861 – 1862
|Governor||Edwin D. Morgan|
|Preceded by||John Meredith Read, Jr.|
|Succeeded by||Franklin Townsend|
|New York State Comptroller|
|Preceded by||Lucius Robinson|
|Succeeded by||William F. Allen|
|Born||March 10, 1817|
Albany County, New York, U.S.
|Died||July 31, 1897 (aged 80)|
Yonkers, New York, U.S.
He was born on March 10, 1817 in Albany County, New York, the son of Thomas Hillhouse (d. 1835, brother of James Hillhouse). He worked and lived on his father's farm until 1851, when he moved to Geneva, New York in Ontario County. He married Harriet Prouty (d. 1903), and their son was Thomas Griswold Hillhouse (d. 1910).
- Political Graveyard
- The tickets at state election, in NYT on November 7, 1865
- His resignation, in NYT on November 19, 1881
- His wife's death notice, in NYT on March 18, 1903
- His son's death notice, in NYT on May 25, 1910
- Google Book Life Sketches of State Officers, Senators, and Members of Assembly in the State of New York in 1867 by S. R. Harlow and H. H. Boone (Weed, Parsons & Co., Albany NY, 1867)
|New York State Senate|
| New York State Senate
Charles J. Folger
| New York State Comptroller
William F. Allen