08/05/1806 - 05/22/1897

EBAUGH, Adam, a Representative from York County; born, August 5, 1806 in Hopewell Township, York County, Pa.; drum major, 64th Regiment, Pennsylvania Militia (7 years); lieutenant, Jackson Greys, Shrewsbury, Pennsylvania Militia; captain, Mechanicsburg Rifles, Pennsylvania Militia (12 years); farmer; miller; elected, delegate, Democratic County Convention (1830, 1835, 1836, 1845, 1852, 1875); justice of the peace (1834); elected, delegate, State Democratic Convention (1835, 1852); elected, school director, York County (16 years); elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to serve the 1841 and 1842 terms; elected, Pennsylvania State Senate (1844-1846); state agent, York and Cumberland Railroad (1846-1851); director, Shrewsbury Savings Institution (1853-1854); manager, Shrewsbury and Hopewell Plank Road Company (1853-1854); elected, associate judge, York County (1856-1866); agent, Farmers’ Mutual Fire Insurance Company, York County (1857-1858); died, May 22, 1897 in Hopewell Township, York County, Pennsylvania; interred, Prospect Hill Cemetery, York, York County, Pennsylvania. 

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