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  Maclay, Samuel
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AffiliationDemocratic-Republican   
NameSamuel Maclay
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Buffalo Township, Pennsylvania , United States
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Born June 17, 1741
DiedOctober 05, 1811 (70 years)
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Last ModifedChronicler
Jan 28, 2007 02:06pm
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InfoMACLAY, Samuel, (brother of William Maclay and father of William Plunkett Maclay), a Representative and a Senator from Pennsylvania; born in Lurgan Township, Franklin County, Pa., June 17, 1741; completed preparatory studies; engaged in agricultural pursuits and surveying; served in the Revolutionary War; member, lower house of the State legislature 1787-1791; associate judge of Franklin County 1792-1795; elected to the Fourth Congress (March 4, 1795-March 3, 1797); member, lower house of the State legislature 1797; member, State senate 1798-1802 and served as speaker 1801-1802; elected to the United States Senate as a Democratic Republican and served from March 4, 1803, until his resignation on January 4, 1809; retired and died in Buffalo Township, Union County, Pa., October 5, 1811; interment in Driesbach Church Cemetery.

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  12/14/1802 PA US Senate Won 62.86% (+36.19%)
  10/14/1800 PA District 6 Lost 25.37% (-49.26%)
  10/11/1796 PA District 06 Lost 4.63% (-69.64%)
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  11/06/1792 PA Presidential Elector Lost 2.07% (-4.27%)
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