Aaron B. Rollins

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Aaron B. Rollins (1818 - December 4, 1878) was a politician connected to the Tammany Hall political machine. He served in New York's legislature in 1852. He was later elected coroner for New York City from 1867 to 1870.

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Rollins was born in 1818. He died on December 4, 1878 at the Union-Place Hotel in Manhattan.[1]

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  1. "Death Of Ex-Coroner Rollins. He Is Found Dead In His Bed At The Union-place Hotel. A Sketch Of His Career". New York Times. December 5, 1878. Retrieved 2015-10-15. Ex-Coroner Aaron B. Rollins was found dead yesterday morning in his room at the Union-Place Hotel. He was born, about 60 years ago, in this State. ...