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Hare, Butler Black

Butler Black HareBorn on 1875, died in 1967. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (father of James Butler Hare), a Representative from South Carolina. Born on a farm in Edgefield (now Saluda) County, near Leesville, S.C., November 25, 1875. Attended the public schools. Was graduated from Newberry (S.C.) College in 1899. Taught in the public schools 1900-1903. Secretary to Representative George W. Croft in [...]

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Dickson, David

David DicksonBorn on Birthdateunknown, died in 1836. State: Mississippi. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Mississippi. Born in Georgia, birth date unknown. Moved to Mississippi. Studied medicine and practiced extensively in Pike County. Delegate to the State constitutional convention in 1817. Brigadier general of militia in 1818. Member of the Mississippi state senate, 1820 and 1821. Lieutenant [...]

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Tilghman, Matthew

Matthew TilghmanBorn on 1718, died in 1790. Member: Delegate. A Delegate from Maryland. Born at the "Hermitage," near Centerville, Queen Annes County, Md., February 17, 1718. Was tutored privately. Justice of the peace for Talbot County. Member of the Maryland House of Delegates 1751-1777, serving as speaker 1773-1775. President of the Revolutionary convention that directed the affairs of the colony 1774-1777. Member of the committee appointed to draw up the protest [...]

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