Dudley S. Gregory

Dudley Sanford Gregory ( born February 5, 1800 Redding, Connecticut, † December 8, 1874 in Jersey City, New Jersey ) was an American politician and member of the House of Representatives of the United States.

Gregory was born in 1800 in Redding, a town in Fairfield County. 1805 moved he and his father. Albany in New York 1824 Gregory was a member of the Honor Guard, the General La Fayette received during his visit to the United States in New York. That same year, Gregory moved to New York City. He lived there for ten years before he moved to Jersey City in 1834.

1838 Gregory was elected mayor of Jersey City for the first. He held this office three times, from 1838 to 1840, from 1841 to 1842 as well as 1858 until 1860. Between his second and third term representing Gregory the State of New Jersey on 4 March 1847 to 3 March 1849 as a deputy in the House of Representatives United states. Gregory belonged to the Whig party.