Moses I. Cantine

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Moses I. Cantine (January 18, 1774 - June 24, 1823) was an American politician from New York.[1]

Cantine was born in Marbletown, Ulster County, New York.

He was the son of John Cantine. Cantine served in both houses of the New York Legislature. He was the brother-in-law of President Martin Van Buren's wife Hannah.

On August 25, 1820, Cantine and Isaac Q. Leake took over the Albany Argus from Jesse Buel and subsequently became New York State Printers.

He died in Albany, New York on June 24, 1823 and was buried at Albany Rural Cemetery.

Sources

'Moses Cantine-Obituary,' Sandusky Clarion, February 26, 1823, pg.2

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