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John Moore White
Attorney General
1833-1838

     
  John Moore White was born in Bridgeton, New Jersey in 1770. He studied law with Joseph Bloomfield and received his license as an attorney in 1791. During his professional life, he was the Prosecutor of the Pleas of the state for several years in Cumberland and Salem counties. He was elected a member of the Assembly to represent Gloucester County and was re-elected several times. He was appointed state Attorney General in 1833 and served in that position for a five-year term. When his term ended, he was nominated and elected a Judge of the Supreme Court of the state. He served his term of seven years on the bench and then retired to private life.
 
 
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