Thomas Coffin Amory

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Thomas Coffin Amory
Occupation Lawyer, politician, biographer, poet

Thomas Coffin Amory (October 6, 1812 – August 20, 1889) was an American lawyer, politician, biographer, and poet born in Boston, Massachusetts to Jonathan Amory and Mehitable (Sullivan) Cutler.

In 1858, Amory was elected a member of the American Antiquarian Society.[1]

See also[edit]

Amory-Ticknor House



  • The Life of James Sullivan: With Selections from his Writings. 1859
  • The Military Services and Public Life of Major-General John Sullivan of the American Revolutionary Army. 1868
  • Old Cambridge and New. 1871
  • Our English Ancestors. 1872
  • General Sullivan not a pensioner of Luzerne. 1875
  • Transfer of Erin: or The Acquisition of Ireland by England. 1877
  • Memoir of John Wingate Thornton. 1879
  • Memoir of Hon. Richard Sullivan. 1885
  • The Life of Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, baronet, his English and American ancestors. 1886
  • Class Memoir of George Washington Warren, with English and American Ancestry. 1886
  • William Blaxton.1886


  • William Blackstone, Boston's First Inhabitant 1877
  • Charles River: A Poem 1888
  • Siege of Newport. 1888


  • Elkins, James R. Strangers to Us All: Lawyers and Poetry Thomas Coffin Amory College of Law, West Virginia University 2001 Retrieved September 7, 2009
  • Warner, Charles Dudley, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George Henry Warner, and E. C. Towne. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern. Vol. XXIX New York: R.S. Peale and J.A. Hill, 1896. (p. 17) googlebooks Retrieved September 7, 2009
  • William Richard Cutter; William Frederick Adams Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of the state of Massachusetts. Vol. 1 (pp. 210–11) New York, Lewis historical Pub. Co., 1910. googlebooks Retrieved September 7, 2009