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Thomas Marshall

Member From: 1761 - 1773

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  • Additional Info: ​1766-1768 Assembly- Thomas Marshall accepted the office of sheriff; James Scott was elected to replace him during the 1768 session.
    1772-1774 Assembly- ​Thomas Marshall accepted the office of clerk of the new county of Dunmore during the 1773 session. A writ was issued for an election,
    but his seat remained vacant during the 1774 session.
Session District District Number Party Leadership Committees
1761-1765 Fauquier Trade
1766-1768 Fauquier Trade
1769 Fauquier
1769-1771 Fauquier Propositions and Grievances
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1772-1774 Fauquier Propositions and Grievances

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