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Hobart, John Sloss
Born May 6, 1738, in Fairfield, CT
Died February 4, 1805, in New York, NY

Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U.S. District Court, District of New York
Nominated by John Adams on April 11, 1798, to a seat vacated by Robert Troup. Confirmed by the Senate on April 12, 1798, and received commission on April 12, 1798. Service terminated on February 4, 1805, due to death.

Education:
Yale College, 1757

Professional Career:
Deputy, Provincial Congress of New York, 1775-1777
Justice, Supreme Court of Judicature of New York, 1777-1798
U.S. senator from New York, 1798
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