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Robert Beverley Sr.
Member From: 1677 - 1686
- Birth Date: Baptised 1635 Birth Place:Yorkshire, England
- Death Date: March 15, 1687
- Gender: Male Race: Caucasian
- Spouse: Mary Keeble - 1st wife (died 1678)
Catherine Hone - 2nd wife (m. March 28, 1679)
- Children: Mary
- Military Service:
- Memberships/Affiliations: Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, vestryman, 1666 - 1687
- Additional Info: *In 1685, Robert Beverley was again elected clerk of the House and thus disqualified as a burgess. Matthew Kemp was elected to fill the vacancy.
Beverley was loyal to Governor Sir William Berkeley during Bacon's Rebellion, and was a member of the several postrebellion courts-martial.
- Other Notable Service and/or Elected Offices:
Virginia Attorney General, appointed by Governor Sir William Berkeley and Council on March 10, 1676 to serve for "this present Court."
Clerk of the House: 1677 through 1682; 1685* - 1686
Justice of the Peace, Middlesex: 1673 - 1681
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