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Dr John Ordronaux III

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Dr John Ordronaux III

Birth
New York, New York County, New York, USA
Death
20 Jan 1908 (aged 77)
Glen Head, Nassau County, New York, USA
Burial
Roslyn, Nassau County, New York, USA Add to Map
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Only son of Captain John Ordronaux (a notable privateer of the War of 1812), and his wife Jean Marie Elizabeth Charretton.

John Ordronaux, lawyer and physician, died early yesterday morning from apoplexy at his home, at Glen Head, Long island. He never married, and so far as is known, does not leave any relatives.
Mr. Ordronaux was born in New york on August 3, 1830, the son of John and Elizabeth (Charetton) Ordronaux. His father, who was a native of France, commanded the American privateer Prince of Neufchatel in the War of 1812, at the close of which he established a sugar refinery in New York City. upon the father's death, in 1841, Mr. Ordronaux was adopted by Jean Moulton, who owned what is now the William Cullen Bryant property, at Roslyn, Long Island.
-The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, Tuesday, January 21
Only son of Captain John Ordronaux (a notable privateer of the War of 1812), and his wife Jean Marie Elizabeth Charretton.

John Ordronaux, lawyer and physician, died early yesterday morning from apoplexy at his home, at Glen Head, Long island. He never married, and so far as is known, does not leave any relatives.
Mr. Ordronaux was born in New york on August 3, 1830, the son of John and Elizabeth (Charetton) Ordronaux. His father, who was a native of France, commanded the American privateer Prince of Neufchatel in the War of 1812, at the close of which he established a sugar refinery in New York City. upon the father's death, in 1841, Mr. Ordronaux was adopted by Jean Moulton, who owned what is now the William Cullen Bryant property, at Roslyn, Long Island.
-The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, Tuesday, January 21

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Physician, lawyer, theologian



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