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Nov 09, 1845

Romeo H. Freer was born in Trumbull County, Ohio

1868

Romeo Freer was admitted to the bar

Nov 08, 1870

Romeo Freer elected prosecuting attorney for Kanawha County

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1872

President Ulysses S. Grant appointed Romeo Freer consul to Nicaragua

1873

Lilly Freer died in Nicaragua

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Jan, 1877

Romeo Freer returned to Charleston from Nicaragua

1877

Romeo Freer and John Kenna traveled West Virginia urging voters to select Charleston as the state capital

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1881

Romeo Freer moved to Ritchie County and married for the third time

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Nov 04, 1890

Romeo Freer elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates

Nov 08, 1892

Romeo Freer elected circuit court judge

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Nov 08, 1898

Romeo Freer won election to the U.S. House of Representatives

Nov 06, 1900

Romeo Freer elected attorney general of West Virginia

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1904

Romeo Freer returned to Ritchie County and was appointed Harrisville postmaster

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May 09, 1913

Romeo Freer died


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