Person:Alexander Macomb (1)

Alexander Macomb
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Name Alexander Macomb
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1748
Death[1] 1831

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Alexander Macomb (1748–1831) was a prosperous American merchant and land speculator, who purchased nearly four million acres from New York after the American Revolutionary War. A Loyalist sympathizer, he operated from New York City after the war. Before the New York purchase, he had speculated on land in North Carolina, Kentucky and Georgia. He was unable to sell the New York land fast enough to meet his debts and never regained his fortune.

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