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Member From: 1769 - 1793
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- Gender: Male Race: Caucasian
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- Additional Info: 1772 - 1774 Assembly - Thomas Pettus was returned as one of the members of the 1772 session but on contest was unseated, and Henry Blagrave was given his place. Later in the session Blagrae was declared unduly elected, and a new election was ordered. This time Thomas Pettus was duly elected. (Dates Unknown)
|1769-1771||Lunenberg||Courts of Justice
|1772-1774||Lunenberg||Courts of Justice
|1775-1776||Lunenberg||Courts of Justice
Propositions and Grievances
|1792||Mecklenberg||Propositions and Grievances|
Privileges and Elections
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