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Josias/Josiah Clapham

Member From: 1771 - 1788

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  • Additional Info: ​1769 - 1771 Assembly - James Hamilton accepted the office of county coroner and was replaced by Josias Clapham in the 1771 session.   1779 Assembly - Francis Peyton accepted the office of land commissioner. Levin Powell became deputy register of the Land Office. Josiah Clapham succeeded one of these and was present on Dec. 3, 1779.
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  • Other Notable Service and/or Elected Offices: Virginia Constitutional Convention: 1776
Session District District Number Party Leadership Committees
1775-1776 Loudoun Courts of Justice
1776 Loudoun Propositions and Grievances
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1777-1778 Loudoun
1778 Loudoun Treasurer's Accounts
1779 Loudoun
1780-1781 Loudoun
1787-1788 Loudoun Commerce
Propositions and Grievances

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