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Linn, John Blair.  History of Centre and Clinton Counties, Pennsylvania.  Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1883.


Sessions Office Position District Party
1863 Representative Democrat
1864 Representative Democrat
1865 Representative Democrat
1872 Representative Democrat
1873 Representative Democrat
Counties Cameron, Clinton, Lycoming, McKean, Sullivan


09/17/1818 - 09/03/1880

Clinton and Lycoming Counties (1863-1864), Cameron, Clinton and McKean Counties (1865, 1871), Clinton, Lycoming and Sullivan Counties (1872-1873)

NOYES, Amos C., a Representative from Cameron, Clinton, Lycoming, McKean, and Sullivan Counties; born, September 17, 1817 in Grafton County, NH; farmer; merchant; partner, Notes, Bridgens, and Co., lumber trade; elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1863 term, reelected for two subsequent terms, not a candidate for reelection to the House for the 1866 term; Democratic Presidential elector (1868); reelected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1871 term, reelected for two more subsequent terms; unsuccessful campaign, Pennsylvania Governor (1875); member, Board of Public Charitie; elected, State Treasurer (1877-1880); died, September 3, 1880 in Westport, Clinton County, Pennsylvania; interred, Noyes Family Cemetery, Westport, Clinton County, Pennsylvania. 

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