Daniel Cady (April 29, 1773 – October 31, 1859 Johnstown, Fulton County, New York) was a prominent lawyer and judge in upstate New York. While perhaps better known today as the father of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Judge Cady had a full and accomplished life of his own.
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... Cady was born in that part of Canaan, Columbia County, New York which was later split off to form Chatham, New York ... Cady was admitted to the bar in 1795, and commenced practice in Florida, Montgomery County, but after a year moved to Johnstown, then the county seat ... Cady was a member of the New York State Assembly in 1808-09, 1810, 1811 and 1812-13 ...
... One of the men instrumental in shaping Fulton County was Judge Daniel Cady, a prominent Johnstown resident ... Sometimes called "the father of Fulton County", Cady named the new county after Robert Fulton, who was related by marriage to Cady's wife, Margaret Livingston ... Judge Daniel Cady was one of Johnstown's most important citizens ...
... As a young woman, Elizabeth Cady met Henry Brewster Stanton through her early involvement in the temperance and the abolition movements ... Henry Stanton was an acquaintance of Elizabeth Cady's cousin, Gerrit Smith, an abolitionist and member of the "Secret Six" that supported John Brown's raid at Harpers ... antislavery orator, and, after his marriage to Elizabeth Cady, an attorney ...
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“I thought that the chief thing to be done in order to equal boys was to be learned and courageous. So I decided to study Greek and learn to manage a horse.”
—Elizabeth Cady Stanton (18151902)
“This honour is a thing conceived
And rests on others fame;”
—Samuel Daniel (15621619)