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Richard Stevens


Born in Paris, France, May 23, 1868, a son of Edwin A. and Martha Bayard (Dod) Stevens.
Richard attended the Stevens High School during the scholastic year 1880-81 and then entered St. Paul's School at Concord, N.H. from which he was graduated in June 1886. After a two-year course at Columbia Law School he entered New York Law School from which he graduated in the Spring of 1893. He was admitted to the Bar of the State of New Jersey in November 1893, as Attorney-at-Law. In 1896 he was elected Second Vice President of the Hoboken Land Improvement Company. He Formed the law firm of Lewis-Besson & Stevens about 1894

Richard took for his bride miss Elizabeth C. Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Stevens. To this marriage were born four children: Elizabeth, Caroline, who married Mr. Edward Condon; Dorothy, who married Mr. Mathew C. Fleming; and Richard Stevens Jr.. Their home was situated on the family estate at Castle Point, Hoboken, N.J.


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