New Netherland and Beyond
1898 Holland Society Year Book
Thomas Henry Edsall
Thomas Henry Edsall, formerly of the law firm of Dunning, Edsall, Hart and Fowler, died on Tuesday, October 26, 1897, at his home in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he had gone for his
health. He leaves a wife and two sons. Mr. Edsall was born in Orange County, N. Y., and was fifty-six years old.
He was graduated at Brown University in the class of 1862 and served through the War
of the Rebellion. At its close he became managing clerk in the firm of O'Connor and Dunning, lawyers, and on Charles O'Connor's death, three years later, became the partner of Mr. Dunning. The firm
name was changed to Dunning, Edsall, Hart and Fowler, which continued until 1888, when Mr. Edsall retired on account of ill health. He was one of the founders of the University Club of this city, and
also of the Sons of the Revolution. During his residence in Colorado he was the counsel for the Colorado Midland Railroad and other corporations.