Mahlon Pitney
Mahlon Pitney
Historical Figure
Nationality: United States
Date of Birth: 1858
Date of Death: 1924
Cause of Death: Natural causes
Religion: Presbyterianism
Occupation: Lawyer, Judge
Political Party: Republican Party
Political Office(s): United States Representative from New Jersey,
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States
Turtledove Appearances:
Southern Victory
POD: September 10, 1862
Appearance(s): Blood and Iron
Type of Appearance: Direct
Military Branch: United States Army
Mahlon Pitney (February 5, 1858 – December 9, 1924) was an American jurist and Republican Party politician from New Jersey, who served in the United States Congress and as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1912 until 1922.

Mahlon Pitney in Southern VictoryEdit

Mahlon Pitney was appointed a judge in the American military courts established in occupied Canada after the Great War. Jonathan Moss was able to win one case before Pitney, Smith v. Heusinger, in which Moss proved Canadian John Smith had proper title to the land where Paul Heusinger had built an office building.[1]


  1. Blood and Iron, pg. 465.
Political offices
Preceded by
Johnston Cornish
United States Representative from New Jersey's 4th Congressional District
March 4, 1895-January 10, 1899
Succeeded by
Joshua S. Salmon
Preceded by
John Marshall Harlan
Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court
March 13, 1912 - December 31, 1922
Succeeded by
Edward Terry Sanford