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William Waller

Member From: 1742 - 1760

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  • Birth Date: June 1714 Birth Place:Virginia
  • Death Date: January 10, 1760
  • Gender: Male Race: Caucasian
  • Spouse: Ann Stanard (born June 26, 1711 - Date of Marriage - 6/21/1738
  • Children: William John Ann Dorothy Martha Sarah
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  • Additional Info: ​Son of John Waller (1673 - 1754) & Dorothy King (1675-1759) ​   During the 1753 session, William Waller became county coroner and was replaced by John Thornton.   1756 - 1758 (sometime during this assembly Rice Curtis was appointed sheriff ; William Waller was elected in his stead).   William Waller died before the March 1760 session and was succeeded by Fielding Lewis.
Session District District Number Party Leadership Committees
1742-1747 Spotsylvania Courts of Justice
1748-1749 Spotsylvania Courts of Justice
Privileges and Elections
1752-1755 Spotsylvania Courts of Justice
Privileges and Elections
1756-1758 Spotsylvania
1758-1761 Spotsylvania

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