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Marion County
West Virginia

Politicians who were born in Marion County

  Monongalia County, Va. (part now in Marion County, W.Va.): Waitman T. Willey, 1811 — Ephraim Doolittle, 1834
  Marion County (no city given): Clem L. Shaver, 1867 — Ephraim F. Morgan, 1869 — Carl Riggs, 1877
  Barrackville: Robert H. Tennant, 1911
  Basinettville: Lenna L. Yost, 1878
  Fairmont: William S. Haymond, 1852 — Clarence W. Watson, 1864 — G. O. Young, 1873 — Frank B. Robinson, 1885 — Frank C. Haymond, 1887 — Harry W. Hamilton, Sr., 1897 — Russell D. Meredith, 1897 — J. Harper Meredith, 1902 — Harrison Conway, 1903 — Rosemary Ogden, 1909 — William J. Parker, 1913 — J. E. 'Ned' Watson, 1917 — George W. May, 1922 — Alan B. Mollohan, 1943 — Michael Shaw, 1943 — Michael A. Oliverio II, 1963
  Fairmont, Va. (now W.Va.): Ephraim B. Hall, 1822
  Fairview: Don J. Eddy, 1911 — W. R. Wilson, 1913
  Farmington: A. James Manchin, 1927 — Joe Manchin, 1947 — Tim Manchin, 1955
  Near Farmington, Va. (now W.Va.): Benjamin F. Martin, 1828
  Glovers Gap: L. B. Snyder, 1893
  Kingmont: Nick Fantasia, 1923
  Mannington: Herschel H. Rose, 1877 — Barbara S. Abbott, 1930
  Palatine, Va. (now part of Fairmont, W.Va.): Daniel Haymond Polsley, 1803 — Alpheus F. Haymond, 1823
   See also West Virginia birthplaces not assigned to counties.

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