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John Jay. By Colette Geiger. “The only way to be loved is to be and to appear lovely; to possess and display kindness, benevolence, tenderness; to be free from selfishness and to be alive to the welfare of others .” John Jay. Was born on December 12 th , 1745 in New York City, New York.

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john jay

John Jay

By Colette Geiger

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“The only way to be loved is to be and to appear lovely; to possess and display kindness, benevolence, tenderness; to be free from selfishness and to be alive to the welfare of others.” John Jay

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Was born on December 12th, 1745 in New York City, New York.

His parents were Peter Jay and Mary Van Cortlandt .

Soon after John was born, he moved to Rye, New York where he grew up as a child.

Early Life &

Childhood

Childhood

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Education

John Jay was educated by private tutors until the age of eight.

In 1774 John gradated from Kings College, now known as Columbia University.

After his graduation he became a law clerk for Benjamin Kissam.

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Career Path

John Jay is known for several of his careers such as being an American politician, a statesman, revolutionary diplomat, a founding father of the United States, and a first chief justice of the United states from 1789 to 1795.

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Major Events:

In 1768 John established a legal practice and worked there until he created his own law office in 1771.

He was a Founding Father, and a First Chief Justice of the United States.

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Death

On May 17th 1879, John Jay died from Palsy, probably caused by a stroke.

He had chosen to be buried in Rye, New York where he grew up as a child.