1800 - 05/21/1867

FIELD, William, a Representative from Bucks County; born, 1800 in Bucks County, Pa.; proprietor, Green Tree and Citizens House tavern (1829-1841); established coach lines between Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties; elected, sheriff, Bucks County (1833-1835); assistant burgess, Doylestown (1834); elected, delegate, Democratic State Convention (1835); elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1838-1839 term; appointed, Special Committee to Examine the Gettysburg Railroad (1838-1839); reelected to the House for the 1840 term; not a candidate for reelection to the House for the 1841 term; proprietor, Mount Vernon House Inn, Philadelphia (1841); died, May 21, 1867 in Downingtown, Chester County, Pennsylvania; interred, Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.

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