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Samuel Price

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Jul 28, 1805

Samuel Price was born.

1828

Samuel Price settled in Nicholas County and was admitted to the bar

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1834

Samuel Price was elected to the House of Delegates from Fayette and Nicholas counties

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1836

Samuel Price moved to Wheeling and became prosecuting attorney for Braxton County.

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1837

Samuel Price married Jane Stuart

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1838

Samuel Price moved to Lewisburg

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1847

Samuel Price was again elected to the Virginia legislature as a Whig from Greenbrier Count.

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1848

Samuel Price was reelected to the House of Delegates

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1849

Samuel Price was reelected to the House of Delegates.

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Apr 27, 1852

Samuel Price resigned from the House of Delegates and returned to his law practice.

Feb 13, 1861

Samuel Price returned to Richmond as a member of the Secession Convention of 1861

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1863

Samuel Price was elected lieutenant governor of Confederate Virginia.

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1865

Samuel Price was appointed circuit judge in Lewisburg but declined to take office

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1866

Samuel Price became a director of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad.

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Dec 26, 1872

Voters in Greenbrier Country elected Samuel Price as their representative to the West Virginia constitutional convention.

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1876

Samuel Price unsuccessfully ran for U.S. Senate.

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Feb 25, 1884

Samuel Price died at his home in Lewisburg.


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