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William H. H. Flick

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Feb 21, 1841

William Henry Harrison Flick was born in Cuyahoga County, Ohio

1862

William H. H. Flick discharged from the Union army

Mar, 1866

W. H. H. Flick opened a law practice in Moorefield, Hardy County

Nov 03, 1868

W. H. H. Flick elected to represent Pendleton and Grant counties in the House of Delegates

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Nov 02, 1869

W. H. H. Flick reelected to House of Delegates

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Apr 17, 1871

Voters pass the Flick Amendment

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Nov 05, 1872

W. H. H. Flick elected prosecuting attorney for Pendleton and Grant counties

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1874

W. H. H. Flick resigned as prosecuting attorney for Pendleton and Grant

Nov 07, 1876

W. H. H. Flick was an unsuccessful candidate for the West Virginia Supreme Court

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Nov, 1881

W. H. H. Flick elected prosecuting attorney for Berkeley County

1882

W. H. H. Flick resigned as prosecuting attorney upon his appointment as United States District Attorney for West Virginia

Nov 02, 1886

W. H. H. Flick was the Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, losing to William L. Wilson

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Nov 06, 1888

W. H. H. Flick was the Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, losing to William L. Wilson

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1888

From 1888 to 1893 William H. H. Flick was postmaster in Martinsburg

Jun 07, 1904

William H. H. Flick died in Martinsburg


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