Pennsylvania 1806 Coroner, Centre County
- Coroner (County)
- Pennsylvania 1806 Coroner, Centre County
- First Ballot
- James Foster, William Alexander, John Irvine, Isaac MacKinney
|Candidates:||James Foster||William Alexander||John Irvine||Isaac MacKinney|
Clearfield county was erected on March 26, 1804. From 1804 until 1811 Clearfield county voted with Centre county by an act of the legislature stating: "That the county of Clearfield shall be an election district, and the electors thereof shall hold their general elections at the house of Benjamin Jordan, in the said district, and shall be entitled to vote for members of the Federal and State Legislatures, sheriffs, commissioners, and other county officers for Centre County." History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, 66.
Original Election Returns. Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg.
The Huntingdon Gazette (Huntingdon, PA). October 23, 1806.
Aldrich, Lewis Cass, ed. History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. Syracuse, NY: D. Mason and, 1877. 66.
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