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Slaughter, Gabriel, 1767-1830

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Personal name headingSlaughter, Gabriel, 1767-1830
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See alsoKentucky. Governor (1816-1820 : Slaughter)
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Associated countryUnited States
LocatedMercer County (Ky.)
Birth date1767-12-12
Death date1830-09-19
Place of birthCulpepper County (Va.)
Place of deathMercer County (Ky.)
AffiliationKentucky. General Assembly. House of Representatives
Kentucky. General Assembly. House of Representatives
Kentucky. General Assembly. Senate
Republican Party (U.S. : 1792-1828)
Kentucky. Governor
Georgetown College (Georgetown, Ky.)
Profession or occupationLegislators (State government) Governors
Governors Legislators Baptists--Clergy
Found inKentuckian. The constitutionalist, 1816: p. 2 etc. (Gabriel Slaughter; the lieutenant governor)
OCLC, Oct. 22, 2013 (access point: Slaughter, Gabriel, 1767-1820; Slaughter, Gabriel, 1767-1830)
Wikipedia, Oct. 9, 2013 (Gabriel Slaughter; 7th governor of Kentucky; member of the Kentucky Militia throughtout his political career; served for a decade in the state legislature and as lieutenant governor under Charles Scott, 1808-12; in 1816 he was again elected lieutenant governor and ascended to governorship when Gov. George Madison died after only weeks in office, serving until 1820; elected to one additional term in the state House of Representatives in 1823 before retiring from politics; b. Culpepper County, Va., Dec. 12, 1767; d. Mercer County, Ky., Sept. 19, 1830)
America's Historical Newspapers, via WWW, Oct. 13, 2013: Daily national intelligencer, Washington, D.C., 10-11-1830 (Col. Gabriel Slaughter; formerly lieutenant governor of Kentucky, and for nearly four years acting governor; died Sept. 19)
Kentucky encyclopedia, ©1992: pages 825-826 (Gabriel Slaughter; moved to Mercer Co., Ky.; served in the Kentucky House of Representatives (1797-1800) and Senate (1801-1808); a Republican; became governor October 19, 1816, serving until September 7, 1820. Re-elected to Kentucky House in 1823 where he served one more term; later became a Baptist preacher and a trustee of Georgetown College.)
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