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Thompson/Thomson Mason

Member From: 1758 - 1783

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  • Birth Date: 1730 Birth Place:
  • Gender: Male Race: Caucasian, English
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  • Additional Info: ​1779 Assembly - Thomson Mason resigned June 9, but the resignation was not accepted. He became county coroner and therefore ineligible to sit in the House. An election was ordered Oct. 16, and William Henry, of Elizabeth City, is in the list of delegates for Dec. 3, 1779.
  • Other Notable Service and/or Elected Offices: Virginia Senate: 1800-1803
Session District District Number Party Leadership Committees
1758-1761 Stafford
1766-1768 Stafford Propositions and Grievances
1769 Stafford Privileges and Elections
Propositions and Grievances
1769-1771 Stafford Privileges and Elections
Propositions and Grievances
1772-1774 Loudoun
1777-1778 Loudoun
1778 Loudoun Privileges and Elections
1779 Elizabeth City
1783 Stafford Courts of Justice (Chair)
Privileges and Elections
Propositions and Grievances

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