New York 1808 U.S. House of Representatives, District 13

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1808 U.S. House of Representatives, District 13
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Uri Tracy, Isaac Foote, Vincent Mathews, Jacobus Depuy, Barent Mooney, Patience Burguine, Ebenezer Foote, Moses Carpenter, Thomas R. Gold, Asahel Minor, Eleazer Dana, Joshua Hathaway, Samuel Seymour, Elnathan Andrews, Thomas Butler, Joshua Forman, Obadiah German, Uri German, David Hitchcock, Jasper Hopper, Mead Merrils, Daniel Olmstead, Isaac Toole
Candidates: Uri Tracy[1]Isaac FooteVincent MathewsJacobus DepuyBarent MooneyPatience BurguineEbenezer FooteMoses CarpenterThomas R. GoldAsahel MinorEleazer DanaJoshua HathawaySamuel SeymourElnathan AndrewsThomas ButlerJoshua FormanObadiah GermanUri GermanDavid HitchcockJasper HopperMead MerrilsDaniel OlmsteadIsaac Toole
Final Result: [2][3]322994149455443332221111111111
District of Thirteen322994149455443332221111111111
Broome County[4]316353--------2-2----------
Chenango County[5][6]13863035---2-------1-111----
Town of Columbus8363---------------------
Town of Coventry3626---------------------
Town of German110----------------------
Town of Greene974---------------------
Town of Jericho7726---------------------
Town of New Berlin12325----2----------------
Town of Norwich18541---------------------
Town of Oxford[7]2486---------------------
Town of Plymouth8820---------------------
Town of Preston124----------------------
Town of Sherburne17775---------------------
Town of Stonington3317---------------------
Onondaga County[8][9]15272854895542333-2-1-1---1111
Town of Camillus121------3---------------
Town of Cicero-----------------------
Town of Cincinnatus[10]10622--------------------
Town of Fabius137-67--------------------
Town of Hannibal-----------------------
Town of Homer-----------------------
Town of Lysander-----------------------
Town of Manlius-----------------------
Town of Marcellus-----------------------
Town of Onondaga[11]205131-----------------1---
Town of Otisco1974---------------------
Town of Pompey262-217--------------------
Town of Solon75----------------------
Town of Tully71-81--------------------
Town of Virgil21414--------------------


[2]Samuel Seymour, Eleazer Dana, Obadiah German, Jacobus Depuy, Barent Mooney, Asahel Minor, Elnathan Andrews, Mead Merrils, and Daniel Olmstead were candidates for Assembly.
[3]The Albany Register (Albany, NY) of June 7 reports 945 votes for Isaac Foote.
[4]Uri Tracy received 2 votes as Uriah Tracy.
[5]Uri Tracy received 5 votes as Uriah Tracy.
[6]The Albany Register (Albany, NY) of June 7 reports 305 votes for Isaac Foote.
[7]The American Citizen (New York, NY) and the Republican Watch-Tower (New York, NY) report 243 votes for Uri Tracy in Oxford, however they report the same total votes for Chanango County as do other sources.
[8]Uri Tracy received 1 vote as Urr Tracy.
[9]Uri Tracy received 8 votes as Uriah Tracy.
[10]Uri Tracy received 7 votes as Uriah Tracy.
[11]Uri Tracy received 1 vote as Uriah Tracy.


Original Election Returns.
Tioga Town Records.
The Olive-Branch (Norwich, NY). April 30, 1808.
Columbian Gazette (Utica, NY). May 10, 1808.
American Citizen (New York, NY). May 14, 1808.
The Olive-Branch (Norwich, NY). May 14, 1808.
Republican Watch-Tower (New York, NY). May 17, 1808.
American Citizen (New York, NY). May 21, 1808.
Republican Watch-Tower (New York, NY). May 24, 1808.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). June 3, 1808.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). June 7, 1808.
Smith, James H. History of Chenango and Madison Counties New York. Syracuse, NY: D. Mason and, 1880. 389.

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