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Bibb, George M., 1776-1859

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Personal name headingBibb, George M., 1776-1859
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Variant(s)Bibb, Geo. M., 1776-1859
Bibb, George Mortimer, 1776-1859
Associated countryUnited States
LocatedPrinceton (N.J.) Hampden-Sydney (Va.) Williamsburg (Va.) Lexington (Ky.) Frankfort (Ky.) Washington (D.C.)
Birth date1776-10-30
Death date1859-04-14
Place of birthPrince Edward County (Va.)
Place of deathGeorgetown (Washington, D.C.)
AffiliationPrinceton University
Kentucky. General Assembly. House of Representatives
United States. Congress. Senate
United States. Congress. Senate
Hampden-Sydney College College of William & Mary Kentucky. Court of Appeals Democratic Party (U.S.)
Profession or occupationPoliticians Lawyers Judges
Found inLooker on. The rejected petition of George M. Bibb ... 1824?
Petition to the Congress of the United States, 1824: p. 12 (Geo. M. Bibb)
MoSU-L/NLT files (hdg.: Bibb, George Minos, 1776-1859)
Biog. dir of the U.S. Congress, 1989 (Bibb, George Mortimer; senator from Ky.; member Ky. House; secretary of the Treasury; b. 10/30/1776; d. 4/14/1859)
Members of Cong. since 1789, 1977 (Bibb, George Motier, 1776-1859)
Wikipedia, May 6, 2013 (George Mortimer Bibb; born October 30, 1776 in Prince Edward County, Va.; died April 14, 1859; American politician. He was chancellor of the Louisville Chancery Court from 1835 through 1844 and in 1844 became President John Tyler's fourth United States Secretary of the Treasury serving through 1845. After this he was a lawyer in Washington, D.C., and an assistant in the U.S. Attorney General's office. He died in Georgetown, D.C., in 1859)
Kentucky encyclopedia, ©1992: pages 74-75 (George Mortimer Bibb; received A. B. degree from Princeton College in 1792; studied at Hampden-Sydney College and William and Mary College. Set up law practice in 1798 in Lexington, Ky. Elected to Kentucky House of Representatives November 26, 1806 where he served until his resignation January 31, 1808 to be a judge on the Kentucky Court of Appeals, where he later served again 1827-1828. Re-elected to state house March 1810 and again in 1817. Served as U. S. Senator from March 4, 1811 to August 23, 1814 and March 4, 1829 to March 3, 1835. Moved his law practice to Frankfort, Ky. in 1816. Was elected as a Jackson Democrat. Served as secretary of the Treasury 1844-1845, then practiced law in Washington D.C. for the remainder of his life.)
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