Pennsylvania 1804 Coroner, Luzerne County
- Coroner (County)
- Pennsylvania 1804 Coroner, Luzerne County
- First Ballot
- Jacob Bedford, Frederick Crisman, Edward Inman, Philip Jackson, Eleazer Marble
|Candidates:||Jacob Bedford||Frederick Crisman||Edward Inman||Philip Jackson||Eleazer Marble|
|Final Result: ||365||333||332||216||126|
Eleazer Marble received support from both parties and was endorsed on a Ticket that had both Federalists and Republicans.
The Original Election Returns lists Jacob Bedford with 363 total votes and Frederick Crisman with 336 total votes and does not list numbers by township or for the any other candidates. The Luzerne Federalist: and Susquehannah Intelligencer (Wilkes-Barre, PA), October 14, 1804, provides township totals which add up to 365 total votes for Jacob Bedford and 323 total votes for Frederick Crisman, however the total listed for Frederick Crisman is 333.
Rindaw township was also known as Rush township.
Original Election Returns. Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg.
The Luzerne Federalist: and Susquehannah Intelligencer (Wilkes-Barre, PA). September 15, 1804.
The Luzerne Federalist: and Susquehannah Intelligencer (Wilkes-Barre, PA). September 22, 1804.
The Luzerne Federalist: and Susquehannah Intelligencer (Wilkes-Barre, PA). October 6, 1804.
The Luzerne Federalist: and Susquehannah Intelligencer (Wilkes-Barre, PA). October 14, 1804.
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