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  Manning, Richard Irvine
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AffiliationJacksonian  
 
NameRichard Irvine Manning
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Sumter, South Carolina , United States
EmailNone
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Born May 01, 1789
DiedMay 01, 1836 (47 years)
ContributorJoshua L.
Last ModifedJoshua L.
Oct 26, 2003 06:39pm
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InfoPolitical Party: Democratic-Republican



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Born: May 1, 1789 near Sumter, SC


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Religion: Episcopalian


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Education
South Carolina College - graduated 1811


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Occupations
Captain, South Carolina Militia
Planter


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Died: May 1, 1836 in Philadelphia, PA


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Buried: Columbia, SC in Trinity Churchyard


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Major Events and Accomplishments - 1824-1826
The General Assembly adopted resolutions protesting the power of the federal government over the states - December 1825


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Other Government Positions
South Carolina House of Representatives - 1820-1822
South Carolina Senate - 1822-1824
US House of Representatives - 1834-1836


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Other Accomplishments, Honors, Distinctions, etc.
Manning unsuccessfully sought reelection to the governor's office - 1830
Manning succeeded to membership in the US House of Representatives at the death of Representative James Blair and was elected to a full term later the same year - 1834


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FAMILY
Son John Lawrence Manning 1816-1889
Son Richard Manning II 1817-1861
Grandson Richard Irvine Manning III 1859-1931
Mother Susannah Manning 0000-
Grandfather Richard Richardson 1704-1780
Uncle James Burchill Richardson 1770-1836
Uncle John Peter Richardson 1772-1811
1st Cousin John Peter Richardson, Sr. 1801-1864

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RACES
  10/14/1834 SC - District 09 Won 60.29% (+20.59%)
  06/03/1834 SC - District 09 Special Election Won 59.29% (+18.58%)
  10/14/1828 SC District 08 Lost 38.72% (-2.73%)
  12/03/1824 SC Governor Won 62.80% (+26.22%)
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