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Gabriel Jones

Member From: 1748 - 1771

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  • Additional Info: ​1752-1755 Assembly- Gabriel Jones accepted the office of county coroner during the 1753 session and was succeeded by a Mr. Perkins.
    Hampshire became a county on May 1, 1754; its first delegates probably were seated during 1755.
    Prior to the Assembly which convened March 24, 1756, a riot occurred at the Augusta election, and a second election was ordered; the county's burgesses did not appear until late in the March 1756 session or early in the September 1756 session.
Session District District Number Party Leadership Committees
1748-1749 Frederick Courts of Justice
1752-1755 Frederick/Hampshire Courts of Justice
1756-1758 Augusta Courts of Justice
Public Claims
1758-1761 Hampshire Courts of Justices
Public Claims
1769 Augusta Privileges and Elections
Propositions and Grievances
1769-1771 Augusta Privileges and Elections
Propositions and Grievances

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