03/1817 - 12/04/1902

BRINDLE, William, a Representative of Clinton, Lycoming and Potter Counties; born, March of 1817 in Muncy, Lycoming County, Pa.; lieutenant colonel, 2nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry (1846, Mexican-American War); Indian agent, United States Department of Interior; judge, Kansas Land Court; elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives as a Democrat for the 1850 and 1851 terms; appointed, superintendent, Portage Railroad (1851-1852); appointed, superintendent, Pennsylvania Canal, North Branch Extension (1853-1854); judge, Kansas Land Court; engaged, lumbering; engaged, real estate; unsuccessful campaign, United States Congress, NJ (1888); superintendent of schools, Gloucester City, NJ; died, December 4, 1902 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; interred, Charles Baber Cemetery, Pottsville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.

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