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Harrison County
West Virginia

Politicians who were born in Harrison County

  Harrison County (no city given): J. Carl Vance, 1872 — Houston G. Young, 1882 — Frank J. Maxwell, 1897 — Gino R. Colombo, 1939 — Martin Shaffer, 1950
  Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.): Aretas Brooks Fleming, 1839 — Charles W. Lynch, 1851
  Adamsville: Fred L. Shinn, 1881
  Bridgeport, Va. (now W.Va.): Waldo P. Johnson, 1817
  Bristol: Walter A. Holden, 1910
  Brown: Harley M. Kilgore, 1893
  Clarksburg, 1700-1799: Daniel Haymond, 1787
  Clarksburg, 1800-1899: Guy D. Goff, 1866 — Elliott Northcott, 1869 — John W. Davis, 1873 — Lynn S. Hornor, 1874 — Haymond Maxwell, 1879 — James M. Bowcock, 1884 — John L. Gill, 1891 — Karl B. Kyle, 1897
  Clarksburg, 1900-1999: Mary Hart Davisson, 1900 — J. Hornor Davis II, 1904 — Joseph S. Farland, 1914 — James H. Heinze, 1914 — Fred H. Caplan, 1914 — Cyrus R. Vance, 1917 — Robert M. Steptoe, 1920 — Frank J. Maxwell, Jr., 1921 — David M. Baker, 1923 — Loutellus M. Stout, 1924 — C. Donald Robertson, 1926 — C. Dick Montgomery, 1926 — James H. Davis III, 1928 — William R. Sharpe, 1928 — Carmine J. Cann, 1930 — Gerald W. Ash, 1939 — Jean Scott Chace, 1945 — Bob Williams, 1951
  Clarksburg, Va. (now W.Va.): Edward Brake Jackson, 1793 — John Jay Jackson, 1800 — William W. Chapman, 1808 — Charles S. Lewis, 1821 — John J. Davis, 1835 — Henry Haymond, 1837 — Nathan Goff, Jr., 1843 — Jesse H. Johnson, 1843 — Lloyd Lowndes, Jr., 1845
  Near Clarksburg: Howard M. Gore, 1887
  Near Clarksburg, Va. (now W.Va.): Samuel Lewis Hays, 1794 — William Summerville Haymond, 1823
  Enterprise: W. Guy Tetrick, 1883
  Kincheloe: Henry J. McKinley, 1899
  Lumberport: Paul J. Vennari, 1914
  Lumberport, Va. (now W.Va.): Caleb Boggess, 1822
  Mt. Clare: Darrell A. Malone, 1908
  Marshville: Wade H. Garrett, 1889
  McIntire: Philip J. Graziani, 1924
  Salem: Ralph A. Gawthrop, 1885 — Jennings Randolph, 1902 — Fred H. Scanes, Jr., 1906
  Near Saltwell: Edgar E. Righter, 1867
  Shinnston: Harvey W. Harmer, 1865 — Hardin R. Harmer, 1899 — David L. Solomon, 1929
  Wilsonburg, Va. (now W.Va.): Benjamin Wilson, 1825 — Joseph Rosier, 1870 — J. Lynn Swiger, 1903
  Wolf Summit: Frank Mills, c.1900 — C. Paul Wanstreet, 1921
  Wyatt: Harry B. Martin, 1883
   See also West Virginia birthplaces not assigned to counties.

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