Pennsylvania 1804 House of Representatives, Centre and Clearfield Counties

House of Representatives (State)
State Representative
Pennsylvania 1804 House of Representatives, Centre and Clearfield Counties
First Ballot
House of Representatives/State Representative
John Hall
Candidates: John Hall[1]
Final Result: -
Centre County-
Clearfield County[2][3][4]-


[2]"Clearfield county was erected by an act of the Legislature, passed on March 26, 1804." History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, 64.
[3]"An act supplemental to the act of March 26, 1804, was passed on the 14th day of March, 1805, whereby it was provided that the power and authority of the commissioners and other county officers of Centre county, should extend over and be as full and effectual in this county, as if it were a component part of Centre county."History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. 65-66.
[4]From 1804 until 1811 Clearfield County voted with Centre County by an act of the legislature which states in part: "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


Aldrich, Lewis Cass, ed. History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. Syracuse, NY: D. Mason and, 1877. 66.

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