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Mansfield Tracy Walworth (1830–1873)

Walworth, Mansfield Tracy. An American novelist, son of Chancellor Walworth; born in Albany, NY, Dec. 3, 1837; died in New York City, June 3, 1870. He was shot by his son, who was acquitted on the ground of insanity. He wrote: ‘Mission of Death’; ‘Lulu’ (1860); ‘Hotspur’ (1861); ‘Warwick’ (1868); ‘Beverly’ (1873) and two posthumous works, ‘Married in Mask’ (1888) and ‘Tahara’ (1888). He had completed a ‘Life of Chancellor Livingston’; and was writing ‘Lives of the Chancellors of New York State.’