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George William Summers


Mar 04, 1804

George William Summers was born in Fairfax County, Virginia

1814

The Summers family moved to Walnut Grove

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1818

George Summers moved to Charleston to live with Lewis Summers

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1826

George Summers graduated from Ohio University

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1827

George Summers was admitted to the bar

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1830

George Summers was first elected to the General Assembly

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1833

George Summers married Amacetta Laidley

1841

George Summers was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives

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1845

George Summers left the House of Representatives

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1850

George Summers was a member of the Constitutional Convention

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1851

George Summers was the Whig candidate for the first popularly elected governor of Virginia

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1852

George Summers was elected circuit judge of Kanawha County

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1857

George Summers and wife purchased the Glenwood estate in Charleston

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Feb 13, 1861

George Summer was elected a member of the Virginia secession convention

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Sep 19, 1868

George W. Summers died in Charleston


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