Title: Dr 1
Name: James PAUL 1
Change Date: 10 NOV 2015
Death: BEF 2015 1|
Father: Comegys PAUL
Mother: Sarah Rodman PAUL
- Title: Genealogy of the Rodman Family, 1620-1886
Abbrev: Genealogy of the Rodman Family, 1620-1886
Author: Charles Henry Jones
Publication: Allen, Lane & Scott, 1886 - Barbados - 287 pages, HeritageQuest, 1886
Page: 872. SARAH RODMAN PAUL (Elizabeth, John, Thomas, John, John, John), d. Nov. 27, 1867; m. Sept. 17, 1818, her cousin Comegys Paul (d. March 15, 1851), B. A. Princeton, a merchant of Philadelphia, son of Thomas Paul, of Belvidere, N. J.
They had the following children: ---
1811. Caroline Watson Paul.
1812. Elizabeth Stadleman Paul, m. Alexander Henry.
1813. Thomas James Paul, d. in infancy.
1814. Mary Eckard Paul, d. in infancy.
1815. Rebecca Rodman Paul, d. in infancy.
1816. Sidney Paul, m. Nov. 24, 1853, Francis Wharton, L.L. D.; d. Sept. 27, 1854, without issue. He was b. in Philadelphia in 1820, his father being the late Mr. T. I. Wharton, of the Philadelphia  Bar. Dr. Wharton was also a grandnephew of William Rawle the elder, the first United States Attorney for Pennsylvania and a relative of Thomas Wharton, Jr., first Governor of the State. Dr. Wharton, after graduating at Yale College, was admitted to the Bar, and was for several years Assistant Attorney in Philadelphia, under the administration of Governor Shunk. He subsequently entered the ministry of the Protestant Episcopal Church, and was for nearly ten years a professor in Kenyon College, O., and then went abroad, where he remained for a considerable period, being part of the time connected with the Institute of International Law, of which he is a member. After returning to this country he held professorships of Canon Law and Polity and Apologetics in Cambridge, Mass., and in Boston of International Law. In March, 1885, he was appointed by President Cleveland counsel to the State Department at Washington in matters of international law. In 1884 he received the degree of L.L. D. from Edinburgh University.
Dr. Wharton is best known by his works on Criminal Law. He has also written on the Conflict of Laws, Evidence, Contracts, Agency, Meidcal Jurisrudence, and other subjects. His latest work is a Commentary of American Law.
1817. Ellen Carroll Paul, d. March 27, 1843, abt. 15 years.
1818. Sally Anne Paul, d. in infancy.
1819. James Paul, B. A. Princeton, M. D. University of Pennsylvania.
1820. Mary Watson Paul.