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1[March 1769] (Washington Papers)
...was a delegate to the first three Virginia Conventions in 1775, and served as colonel of the Third Virginia Regiment during the Revolution. In the 1780s he moved with his family to Kentucky and represented Fayette County in the Virginia House of Delegates. At the time of this entry, Marshall was living at
2[Diary entry: 12 March 1769] (Washington Papers)
...was a delegate to the first three Virginia Conventions in 1775, and served as colonel of the Third Virginia Regiment during the Revolution. In the 1780s he moved with his family to Kentucky and represented Fayette County in the Virginia House of Delegates. At the time of this entry, Marshall was living at
3[September 1774] (Washington Papers)
...who was appointed aide-de-camp to Gen. Charles Lee in 1775. He later became deputy adjutant general of the Flying Camp and a member of the Virginia Board of War. After the Revolution, Griffin served in the Virginia House of Delegates 1787–88 and the United States House of Representatives 1789–95.
...who was appointed aide-de-camp to Gen. Charles Lee in 1775. He later became deputy adjutant general of the Flying Camp and a member of the Virginia Board of War. After the Revolution, Griffin served in the Virginia House of Delegates 1787–88 and the United States House of Representatives 1789–95.
...the Revolution, Carter Braxton (1736–1797) was of local prominence as a burgess and sheriff of King William County. From 1776 until his death he was usually a member of either the Virginia House of Delegates or of the Council of State. When serving in the Continental Congress, 1776–1777, he signed the Declaration of Independence. Before the Revolution, James Mercer (1736–1793) of...
(Virginia State Library). Mostly in the hand of John Tazewell, clerk of the Virginia House of Delegates.
Defeated for Election to Virginia House of Delegates
The names of the 105 signers, including JM and his father, are omitted here. After the petition was read to the Virginia House of Delegates on 5 December 1777, a motion to refer it to a committee failed to pass by a voice vote (
Election to Virginia House of Delegates Voided
to the Virginia House of Delegates on 4 Nov., and on the following day the delegates appointed a committee consisting of John Page, Josiah Parker, Henry Tazewell, Thomas Nelson, Jr., and Thomson Mason to confer with Wood on the subject ( ...Virginia House of Delegates, where he served in 1778–79 and 1782–83. He served 1789–1801 as a delegate to the U.S. Congress from Isle of Wight County,...