Virginia 1818 House of Delegates, Loudoun County

Office:
House of Delegates (State)
Title:
Delegate
Jurisdiction:
State
Label:
Virginia 1818 House of Delegates, Loudoun County
Date:
1818
State:
Virginia
Type:
General
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
House of Delegates/Delegate
Candidates:
Robert Braden, John M. MacCarty, Sidnor Bailey
Candidates: Robert Braden[1]John M. MacCarty[2]Sidnor Bailey
Affiliation:
Final Result: [3]452280184
Loudoun County452280184

Notes:

[1]Elected.
[2]Elected.
[3]John M. McCarty refused to take the oath required by the dueling act; a new election was ordered, and George Rust, Jr. was elected. Two months after the new election, John M. McCarty killed his brother-in-law, Armistead T. Mason in a duel.

References:

Loudoun County Poll Book. Library of Virginia, Richmond.
The Genius of Liberty (Leesburg, VA). April 21, 1818.
Republican Constellation (Winchester, VA). April 25, 1818.
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.

Page Images:

handwritten notes
Phil's original notebook pages that were used to compile this election. These notes are considered a draft of the electronic version. Therefore, the numbers may not match. To verify numbers you will need to check the original sources cited. Some original source material is available at the American Antiquarian Society).
handwritten notes
Phil's original notebook pages that were used to compile this election. These notes are considered a draft of the electronic version. Therefore, the numbers may not match. To verify numbers you will need to check the original sources cited. Some original source material is available at the American Antiquarian Society).

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