06/25/1866 - 11/16/1916

BLACK, Crosby Morton, a Representative from Delaware County; born, June 25, 1866 in the city of Chester, Delaware County, Pa.; treasurer and general manager, Chester Lumber and Coal; elected, president, council, city of Chester; elected, mayor, city of Chester (1896-1899); United States Patent holder, boiler cleaner and filter (1898); proprietor, Morning Republican (6 years); elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives by Special Election, February 21, 1905; Sworn-In on February 27, 1905 to serve the remainder of the 1905 term; not a candidate for reelection to the House for the 1907 term; engaged in real estate and insurance; died, November 16, 1916 in the city of Chester, Delaware County, Pennsylvania; interred, Media Cemetery, Media, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

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