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Murray, William Vans, 1760-1803

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Personal name headingMurray, William Vans, 1760-1803
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Variant(s)Citizen of the United States, 1760-1803
Union, 1760-1803
Murray, W. V., 1760-1803
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeEngland France Netherlands
Birth date1760-02-09
Death date1803-12-11
Place of birthCambridge (Md.)
AffiliationMaryland. General Assembly. House of Delegates
United States. Congress. House
Profession or occupationLawyers Politicians Statesmen
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Found inHis Political sketches, inscribed to his excellency John Adams, 1787: t.p. (a citizen of the United States)
Who was who in America: historical volume 1607-1896, 1963 (Murray, William Vans; 1760-1803; diplomat; congressman)
Smith, W.L. The pretensions of Thomas Jefferson to the presidency examined ... 1796: pt. 2, p. 42 (Union)
Evans v. 11, p. 58 (Union is William Vans Murray)
Convention of Mortefontaine (1800 September 30). French. Convention entre la République française et les États-Unis d'Amérique, Brumaire an IX, 1800: page 16 (W.V. Murray)
Wikipedia, viewed September 11, 2018 William Vans Murray (William Vans Murray; born February 9, 1760; died December 11, 1803; American lawyer, politician and statesman; served in the Maryland House of Delegates from 1788 to 1790; served in the United States House of Representatives from 1791 to 1797; studied law in England; United States Ambassador to Netherlands; United States minister to France)