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Chronicles of the Class of 1873, Rutgers College (Classic Reprint)

Chronicles of the Class of 1873, Rutgers College (Classic Reprint)

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Son of Garnet B. and Mary Smith [Griggs] Adrain, he was born in New Brunswick, N. J., December 17, 1853, and resided in that city all of his life. His father, a graduate of Rutgers, A.B. 1833, A.M. 1836, was a very prominent lawyer in New Brunswick, and a Member of Congress from New Jersey, 1857-61. His grandfather, Robert Adrain, A.M. (Queen's 1810), LL.D. (Columbia 1818), was a mathematician and professor in Queen's, 1809-13; Columbia, 1813-25; Rutgers, 1825-27; Univ. of Penna., 1827-34; Vice-Provost Univ. of Penna., 1828-34; born in Ireland. Another Robert Adrain was his father's brother, who graduated at Rutgers, A.B. 1827, A.M. 1830; was a lawyer, District Attorney of Middlesex County, N. J., 1836; Surrogate, 1864.

He attended Rutgers Prep School; entered Rutgers in 1869; joined Delta Phi; played baseball; was a Junior orator; graduated A.B. 1873, A.M. 1876, and took a post-graduate course, 1883-84. He read law in his father's office; was admitted to the bar of New Jersey as attorney 1876, as counselor 1885; and then practiced his profession from offices in New Brunswick and in Newark, N. J. As a Democrat he represented Middlesex County in the Senate of New Jersey, 1888-94; was President of that body, 1891-94; Colonel on staff of the Governor, 1890; Prosecutor in Middlesex County, 1890-91; Corporation Attorney for City of New Brunswick, 1910-11.

He was twice married. First, at Newtown, Long Island, N. Y., May 20, 1874, to Fannie N. Beekman of New York City. Of this marriage there were born, Robert, who died in infancy, and Fannie Beekman, who survives (1916). Second, on December 25, 1884, to Jennie, daughter of William Rowland of New York City and of Dean's near New Brunswick. One son, Robert, now surviving, was born of this union.

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