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William Bard McVickar, born, Irvington-on-Hudson [New York], October 14, 1858; married Mary Louise, daughter of George MacCullough Miller, May 18, 1892. He died, Morristown, N.J, March 30, 1901. . . .
Mr. McVickar was graduated at Columbia University in 1880, and at the Columbia Law School, and was amittted to the bar in 1882. He studied law in the office of the late Stephen P. Nash, and for several years he was associated with John E. Parsons in the prctice of law. In 1897 he organized the firm of Marshall, Moran, Williams & McVickar. Mr. McVickar was a contributor to 'Life' and other periodicals . . . ." [Abraham Ernest Helffenstein, Pierre Fauconnier and His Descendants with Some Account of the Allied Valleaux
101 (Philadelphia: S.H. Burbank, 1911)][online text]
William Bard McVickar, The Lays of a Lawyer ( New York: Geo. M. Allen & Co., 1891) [online text] (New York: Pelham Press, 1901)