US Con -White, Albert Smith - U.S. Congressman, IN

Albert Smith White:
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Born: October 24, 1803
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Birthplace: Blooming Grove New York
Father:
Mother:

Wife:
Harriet Wilson Randolph 1822 – 1893
(Buried: Greenbush Cemetery Lafayette Indiana)

Children:
Randolph White 1845 – 1846
(Buried: Greenbush Cemetery Lafayette Indiana)
Frances Howell "Fanny" White Parsons 1849 – 1895
(Buried: La Vista Memorial Park National City California)
Infant Son White 1854 – 1854
(Buried: Greenbush Cemetery Lafayette Indiana)



Political Party: Whig Party and Republican Party


Education:

1822: Graduated from Union College

Occupation before War:
1825 – 1829: Attorney in Blooming Grove New York
1829 – 1836: Attorney in Lafayette Indiana
1830 – 1831: Assistant Clerk for Indiana State House
1832: Unsuccessful Candidate for United States Congressman
1832 – 1835: Clerk for Indiana State House of Representatives
1837 – 1839: United States Congressman from Indiana
1837 – 1839: Member of House Roads and Canals Committee
1839 – 1845: United States Senator from Indiana
1839 – 1843: Member of Senate Indian Affairs Committee
1839 – 1841: Member of Senate Pensions Committee
1841 – 1843: Chairman Senate Audit and Control of Expenses
1843 – 1845: Member Senate Audit and Control of Expenses
1843 – 1845: Chairman of Senate Indian Affairs Committee
1845 – 1861: Attorney in Stockwell Indiana

Civil War Career:
1861 – 1863: United States Congressman from Indiana
1861 – 1863: Member of House Foreign Affairs Committee
1863: U.S. Commissioner Settle claims with Sioux Indian Massacre
1864: Judge of United States District Court of Indiana


Died:
September 4, 1864
Place of Death: Stockwell Indiana
Age at time of Death: 60 years old
Burial Place: Greenbush Cemetery Lafayette Indiana


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