US Con -McLean, Samuel - U.S. Delegate, MT

Samuel McLean:
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Born: August 7, 1826
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Birthplace: Summit Hill Pennsylvania
Father:
Alexander McLean 1801 – 1868
(Buried: Hollenback Cemetery Wilkes – Barre Pennsylvania)
Mother: Elizabeth Swan 1806 – 1860
(Buried: Hollenback Cemetery Wilkes – Barre Pennsylvania)

Wife: Jane Gray Wilson 1825 – 1922
(Buried: Sunset Hill Cemetery Burkeville Virginia)

Children:
Helen Stuart MacLean Agnew 1856 – 1919
(Buried: Sunset Hill Cemetery Burkeville Virginia)
Samuel S. McLean 1858 – 1885
(Buried: Presbyterian Cemetery Burkeville Virginia)
Jean Mclean Blair 1868 – 1948
(Buried: Sunset Hill Cemetery Burkeville Virginia)
Montgomery McLean 1870 – 1883
(Buried: Presbyterian Churchyard Burkeville Virginia)


Political Party: Democratic Party

Education:

Attended Lafayette College

Occupation before War:
1849 – 1855: Attorney in Mauch Chunk Pennsylvania
1855 – 1860: Carbon County Pennsylvania Prosecuting Attorney
1860: Attorney General of Provisional Territory of Jefferson


Civil War Career:
1862 – 1870: Lived in Bannock Montana Territory
1865 – 1867: Montana Delegate to United States Congress

Occupation after War:
1862 – 1870: Lived in Bannock Montana Territory
1865 – 1867: Montana Delegate to United States Congress
1866: Choose not to be a candidate for reelection as Delegate
1870: President of McLean Silver Mining Company
1870 – 1877: Plantation owner near Burkeville Virginia


Died:
July 16, 1877
Place of Death: Burkeville Virginia
Age at time of Death: 50 years old
Burial Place:
Presbyterian Churchyard Burkeville Virginia
 
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