, son of Albert McNulty
and Augusta R Sackett
, was born on 5 April 1840.1
He married on 1 October 1867, Mary Kneeland.1
Albert McNulty served as a Union soldier in the American Civil War, enlisting in the 7th Regiment, New York Militia, in 1861.
Albert McNulty graduated from Academical Department of Columbia College in 1861, joining the 7th Regt. N. Y. M., in their expedition to Washington that year. In 1864 he graduated from the Law School of Columbia, delivering the valedictory for his class of sixty-six members, and was admitted to the bar. Shortly after entering upon the practice of his profession, the sudden death of his father placed at his disposal a large insurance business, which occupied his entire time and attention until a recent date, when he practically retired from active business. Mrs. McNulty was born in Columbia when it was known as Kings College, her grandfather, Rev. Dr. John McVicker, being a professor in the institution.
—Weygant, The Sacketts of America