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Williams, Jared Warner, 1796-1864

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Personal name headingWilliams, Jared Warner, 1796-1864
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Variant(s)Williams, J. W. (Jared Warner), 1796-1864
See alsoNew Hampshire. Governor (1847-1849 : Williams)
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Birth date1796-12-22
Death date1864-09-29
Place of birthWest Woodstock (Conn.)
Place of deathLancaster (N.H.)
AffiliationUnited States. Congress. House
United States. Congress. Senate
Democratic Party (U.S.)
Profession or occupationLawyers Legislators Governors
Found inNew Hampshire. Governor (1847-1849 : Williams). State of New Hampshire. A proclamation for a day of public thanksgiving and praise: by the governor, 1848: t.p. (Jared W. Williams; governor)
Bio. dir. of the U.S. Congress, 1989 (Williams, Jared Warner; N.H. rep. and senator; grad. Brown 1818; member N.H. House and Senate; N.H. gov.; b. at West Woodstock, Conn., 12/22/1796; d. at Lancaster, N.H., 9/29/1864)
MWA/NAIP files (hdg.: Williams, Jared Warner, 1796-1864; usage: Jared W. Williams; J. W. Williams; note: not considered an author)
Biographical directory of the United States Congress website, viewed September 29, 2021 (Williams, Jared Warner, a Representative and a Senator from New Hampshire; born in West Woodstock, Conn., December 22, 1796; graduated from Brown University, Providence, R.I., in 1818; studied law in the Litchfield (Conn.) Law School; admitted to the bar in 1822 and commenced practice in Lancaster, Coos County, N.H.; member, State house of representatives 1830-1831; member, State senate 1832-1834; member, State house of representatives 1835-1836; elected as a Democrat to the Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth Congresses (March 4, 1837-March 3, 1841); Governor of New Hampshire 1847-1849; appointed as a Democrat to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Charles G. Atherton and served from November 29, 1853, to August 4, 1854; died in Lancaster, N.H., September 29, 1864; interment in Summer Street Cemetery)
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