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DOTY, Lockwood Lyon, lawyer, born in Droveland, New York, 15 Nay, 1827; died in Jersey City, New Jersey, 18 January 1873. His early years were spent in his native village, and when of age he entered a law office in Geneseo, N.Y. He was active in procuring enlistments during the war, was military secretary of Governor Fenton, and founded the State military bureau at Albany, which collected the histories of the volunteer regiments and provided for the care of the sick and wounded. In 1871 he was appointed pension agent in New York City, which office he held until failing health compelled his resignation a few weeks previous to his death.
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