05/18/1790 - 04/13/1873

LOMBAERT, Charles, a Representative from Bucks County; born, May 18, 1790 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pa.; first lieutenant, Capt. Peter Nungesser’s Company, Pennsylvania Militia (1814, War of 1812); unsuccessful campaign, United States Congress (1818); elected as Federalist to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1820-1821 term; unsuccessful campaign for reelection to the House (1821, 1822); reelected to the House as a National Republican to the 1828-1829 term; superintendent, Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad (1833-1836); elected, delegate, Whig County Convention (1835); superintendent, Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore Railroad (1836-1839); United States Patent holder, railroad track snow removal (1840); officer, Philadelphia Customs House, Federal Public Administration; died, April 13, 1873 in Lambertville, Hunterdon County, New Jersey; interred, Woodlands Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. 

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