The New-Bedford Gazette (New Bedford, MA) lists the name as Haywood Loot.
"Two good Republicans, are elected in Fairfax by considerable majorities over...the federal candidates. This county was federal last year. The ghost of federalism scarcely makes its appearance in this patriotic state." New-Bedford Gazette (New Bedford, MA). May 8, 1812.
"The elections for the Legislature of this state are now taking place; many returns have been already received. John Chapman Hunter and Alexander Waugh, Esqrs. two good Republican, are elected in Fairfax County by considerable majorities over Thomas Blackburn and Haywood Foot, Esqrs, the Federal candidates. This county was Federal last year." National Intelligencer (Washington, DC). April 28, 1812.
National Intelligencer (Washington, DC). April 28, 1812.
New-Bedford Gazette (New Bedford, MA). May 8, 1812.
Leonard, Cynthia Miller, ed. The General Assembly of Virginia, July 30, 1619 - January 11, 1978: A Bicentennial Register of Members. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1978.
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