Pennsylvania 1804 Coroner, Lycoming County

Office:
Coroner (District)
Title:
Coroner
Jurisdiction:
District
Label:
Pennsylvania 1804 Coroner, Lycoming and Potter Counties
Date:
1804
State:
Pennsylvania
Type:
General
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
Coroner/Coroner
Candidates:
John Brooks, William Benjamin, Apollos Woodward, Uriah Spencer, Nathaniel Fellows, Robert Fordsman, Henry Dougherty
Candidates: John Brooks[1]William BenjaminApollos WoodwardUriah SpencerNathaniel FellowsRobert FordsmanHenry Dougherty
Affiliation:
Final Result: 349302268245194131124
District of Lycoming and Potter349302268245194131124
Lycoming County349302268245194131124
Potter County[2]-------

Notes:

[1]Elected.
[2]Potter County was created in 1804 from Lycoming County and remained attached "to Lycoming County until 1814 when it was authorized to elect commissioners jointly with McKean County. McKean and Potter Counties were separated in 1824, but Potter was still attached to McKean for judicial purposes. It was fully organized in 1835." History of the Counties McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvania. Chicago: J.H. Beers and, 1890.

References:

Original Election Returns. Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg.
The Luzerne Federalist: and Susquehannah Intelligencer (Wilkes-Barre, PA). November 3, 1804.
History of the Counties McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvania. Chicago: J.H. Beers and, 1890.

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