Thomas T. Duffy

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Thomas T. Duffy was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.



Duffy was born on December 6, 1835, in New York City. [1] He moved to Benton, Wisconsin, in 1855 and graduated from Sinsinawa Mound College in 1858.


Duffy was elected to the Assembly in 1869. Previously, he was Treasurer of Benton and a justice of the peace in 1868. He was a Democrat.

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  1. Official Directory. The Legislative Manual of the State of Wisconsin. 1870. p.  365 . Retrieved 2014-01-25. Carl H. Schmidt+Wisconsin+Assembly.