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Encyclopedia > Paul Dudley

Paul Dudley (1675 - 1751), attorney-general of Massachusetts, was the son of Joseph Dudley

After graduating at Harvard in 1690, he studied law at the Temple in London, and became attorney-general of Massachusetts (1702 to 1718). He was associate justice of the superior court of that province from 1718 to 1745, and chief justice from 1745 until his death.

He was a member of the Royal Society (London), to whose Transactions he contributed several valuable papers on the natural history of New England, and was the founder of the Dudleian lectures on religion at Harvard.

This article incorporates text from the public domain 1911 Encyclopędia Britannica.

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Judge Paul Dudley, son of Gov Joseph Dudley (son of Gov Thomas Dudley) was born September 3, 1675, in Roxbury Mass.
Paul, however, remained true to his calling and grew in great esteem with the people and became known as a dedicated Justice and lover of his country.
However, Paul survived all the attacks by being a true patriot and faithful wherever he was placed or called to serve at.
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