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Indiana: 1816 Constitutional Convention


Delegates to State Constitutional Convention, 1816 (May be incomplete!)
John Badollet 1816 Patrick Baird 1816 John Benefiel 1816 John Boone 1816 James Brownlee 1816 Thomas Carr 1816 William Cotton 1816 Jeremiah Cox 1816 Hugh Cull 1816 John De Pauw 1816 Alexander Devin 1816 James Dill 1816 William H. Eads 1816 Ezra Ferris 1816 Davis Floyd 1816 John Kennedy Graham 1816 William Graham 1816 Daniel Grass 1816 Robert Hanna 1816 Joseph Holman 1816 Nathaniel Hunt 1816 Jonathan Jennings 1816 John Johnson 1816 Daniel Crosby Lane 1816 James Lemon 1816 William Lowe 1816 Dann Lynn 1816 Solomon Manwaring 1816 David Hervey Maxwell 1816 Enoch McCarty 1816 Robert McIntyre 1816 Samuel Milroy 1816 James Noble 1816 Benjamin Parke 1816 Dennis Pennington 1816 Charles Polke 1816 William Polke 1816 William Prince 1816 Frederick Rapp 1816 David Robb 1816 James Scott 1816 Patrick Shields 1816 James Smith 1816 Samuel Smock 1816

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1816: John L. Dumont, defeated.
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