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Member From: 1722 - 1734
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- Gender: Male Race: Caucasian
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- Additional Info: William Strother and Nicholas Smith died before the opening of the 1734 session which began on August 22, 1734. They were succeeded by John Champ and William Robinson.
King George County was created by a law passed at the 1720 Assembly, its representatives appearing for the first time at the 1722 session which began May 9, 1722. * See more information below
|1723-1726||King George||Privileges and Elections|
|1728-1734||King George||Privileges and Elections|
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