21 Facts About Arnold Naudain


Arnold Snow Naudain was an American physician and politician from Odessa in New Castle County, Delaware.


Arnold Naudain was a veteran of the War of 1812, and a member of the Whig Party, who served in the Delaware General Assembly and as US Senator from Delaware.


Arnold Naudain graduated from the College of New Jersey, now Princeton University, in 1806.


Arnold Naudain then studied medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, graduated in 1810, and began practicing medicine in the Dover area.


Arnold Naudain served in the lower house of the Delaware General Assembly in 1827 and in that same year was commissioned first major of the Fourth Regiment of the Delaware Militia.


Arnold Naudain inherited the 300 acres near Leipsic that became known as Snowland or Naudain's Landing, and she and Andrew lived there and are buried there.


Arnold Naudain was a mariner, in Delaware by 1717, and described himself as a resident of Appoquinimink Hundred and sometimes as of St Georges Hundred.


Arnold Naudain married Jacob Ratier there and moved to New York City when the Narragansett Colony disbanded in 1691.


Arnold Naudain is believed to have lived with her son, Elias, in Delaware after Jacob died in late 1702 and to have died there in 1720 or 1721.


Arnold Naudain was the daughter of Hermanus Schee and Mary Naudain.


Arnold Naudain served as Florida state comptroller after Lydia died.


Arnold Naudain established a practice at Cantwell's Bridge, now Odessa, before age 21 and gave medical service in the War of 1812 as surgeon of the Delaware Regiment.


Arnold Naudain ran unsuccessfully for Congress in 1822,1824 and 1828, losing each time to Louis McLean.


Arnold Naudain lost again running for Governor of Delaware in 1832 against Democrat Caleb P Bennett.


Arnold Naudain was an anti-Jacksonian when first elected, and became associated with the Whigs as that party formed.


Arnold Naudain served as a member of the board of trustees at Newark College, later the University of Delaware, from 1833 to 1835.


An active Presbyterian layman, Arnold Naudain proposed that the University decline the proceeds of a state lottery due to the opposition of his church.


Arnold Naudain was one of seven trustees who refused to vote and subsequently resigned his position on the board.


Arnold Naudain was a Freemason, serving at one time as Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Delaware.


Arnold Naudain died on January 4,1872, two days shy of his 82nd birthday.


Arnold Naudain is buried in the Old Drawyer's Presbyterian Churchyard at Odessa, Delaware.