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Encyclopedia > Jeremiah Jenks

Jeremiah Whipple Jenks (18561929) was an American economist who held professorships at both Cornell University and New York University.

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Murder in Stephentown 1863 (2849 words)
By the discharge of the various parties implicated [in] the murder of Stephen Jenks of Stephentown, the case is again narrowed down to its former limits, and the man and woman named by the verdict of the coroner's jury as principal and accessory are the only persons in custody.
Jenks, the murdered man, which had been without food since the fatal night and was nearly starved.
It was proven that Jenks, the deceased, had formerly been charged with poisoning cattle, and had a bottle with him when his body was found and a potato that contained poison.
Karen Worley's Genealogy Database - Person Page 116 (2610 words)
Abigail Jenks was the daughter of Daniel Jenks and Katherine Balcom.
Daniel Jenks was the son of Daniel Jenks and Katherine Balcom.
Leah Whipple married Daniel Jenks, son of Daniel Jenks and Katherine Balcom, on 11 December 1750.
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