The Political Graveyard: A Database of American History
Vermont: Constitutional Convention

Delegates to State Constitutional Convention, 1791-1870 (May be incomplete!)
Daniel Buck 1791 William Chamberlain 1791 Benjamin Henry 1791-93 Samuel Hitchcock 1791 Nathaniel Niles 1791 Israel Smith 1791 John Strong 1791 Daniel Chipman 1793 William Cahoon 1814 William Chamberlain 1814 Daniel Chipman 1814 Nathaniel Niles 1814 Phineas White 1814 Ezra Butler 1822 Isaac Fletcher 1822 Orsamus Cook Merrill 1822 William Cahoon 1828 Horace Everett 1828 William A. Palmer 1828 Waitstill R. Ranney 1828 James Davis 1829 Daniel Chipman 1836 Solomon Foot 1836 John Mattocks 1836 William A. Palmer 1836 Phineas White 1836 Thomas Child, Jr. 1838 Jefferson P. Kidder 1841 Bradley Barlow 1843 Daniel Chipman 1843 Daniel Kellogg 1843 Stephen Thomas 1843 Horace Eaton 1848 Bradley Barlow 1850 Thomas Bartlett, Jr. 1850 Daniel Chipman 1850 Augustus Knight 1850 William A. Palmer 1850 Stephen Thomas 1850 Bradley Barlow 1857 Thomas Bartlett, Jr. 1857 William Hebard 1857 William H. H. Bingham 1870 Thomas Jefferson Deavitt 1870 Ryland Fletcher 1870 Sidney R. Fletcher 1870 William H. Giddings 1870 Edward John Phelps 1870 Albert N. Swain 1870

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