Nathaniel Simonds

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Nathaniel Simonds (1775–1850) was a U.S. politician from Missouri.

He was born in Windsor, Vermont, and settled in St. Charles, Missouri in February, 1801. Prior to becoming State Treasurer, he served as Sheriff of St. Charles County, Missouri, and pursued business ventures including operating a tavern in St. Charles, and a stage and mail coach route between St. Charles and St. Louis

In September, 1821, he was appointed as the second State Treasurer of Missouri. Following his retirement as State Treasurer in 1829, he settled in Lincoln County, Missouri. He died in Troy, Missouri on April 20, 1850.

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Political offices
Preceded by
John Peter Didier
Missouri State Treasurer
1821–1829
Succeeded by
James Earickson