12/10/1811 - 02/16/1885

KAINE, Daniel, a Representative from Fayette County; born, December 10, 1811 in Campbelltown, Lebanon County, Pa.; studied law with General Joshua B. Howell, 1839; cobbler; store clerk; employed, furnace company; assistant clerk, Pennsylvania State Senate (1840); lawyer (1842-1885); elected, prothonotary, Fayette County (1842-1848); organized, Fayette County Mutual Fire Insurance Company (1844); school director, Uniontown (1850, 1853, 1877, and 1880); unsuccessful campaign, United States Congress (1850, 1878); elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1862 and 1863 terms; not a candidate for reelection to the House for the 1863 term; unsuccessful campaign, judge, Fayette County (1865); elected, school board, Uniontown (1870-1885); director, Youghiogheny Bank (1871); elected, delegate, Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention (1872-1873); unsuccessful campaign, Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor (1874); appointed, council, Uniontown (1874); elected, council, Uniontown (1875); died, February 16, 1885 in Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania; interred, Oak Grove Cemetery, South Union Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania

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