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Member From: 1753 - 1758
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- Gender: Male Race: Caucasian
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- Additional Info: 1752-1755 Assembly- Dinwiddie became a county on May 1, 1752, and had two burgesses in the 1753 session.
Sometime during the 1756 - 1758 Assembly, John Jones was appointed inspector of tobacco and vacated his seat. On March 30, 1758, a new writ of election was ordered, but it is doubtful that his replacement was ever seated.
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