Maria Franklin Clinton (February 13, 1796)
Commissioner Commissoner of Erie Lake Canal (New York) 1810-1824
Lt. Governor (New York) 1811
Delegate to New York State Constitutional Convention 1801
Member of Council of Appointments 1801-1802, 1806-1807
President of New York Historical Society 1804
Regent of University of New York 1808-1825
Vice President of American Antiquarian Society 1821-1828
Grand Master of The Grand Encampment of Knights Templar in the United States. 1816-1829
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