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  Crowninshield, Jacob
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AffiliationDemocratic-Republican   
NameJacob Crowninshield
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Salem, Massachusetts , United States
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Born March 31, 1770
DiedApril 15, 1808 (38 years)
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Jun 02, 2017 02:09am
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InfoCROWNINSHIELD, Jacob, (brother of Benjamin Williams Crowninshield), a Representative from Massachusetts; born in Salem, Mass., March 31, 1770; engaged in mercantile pursuits; unsuccessful candidate for election in 1798 to the Sixth Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Dwight Foster; member of the State senate in 1801; was tendered the position of Secretary of the Navy by President Jefferson, but never entered upon his duties on account of ill health; elected as a Republican to the Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Congresses and served from March 4, 1803, until his death in Washington, D.C., on April 15, 1808; chairman, Committee on Commerce and Manufactures (Ninth Congress); interment in Harmony Grove Cemetery, Salem, Mass.


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FAMILY
Daughter Mary Endicott 1804-1838
Grandson William C. Endicott 1826-1900
Father George Crowninshield 1733-1815
Brother Benjamin W. Crowninshield 1772-1851
Nephew George Crowninshield 0000-
Nephew Francis B. Crowninshield 1809-1877

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  11/03/1806 MA District 2 (Essex South) Won 54.95% (+9.89%)
  11/05/1804 MA District 2 (Essex South) Won 58.75% (+17.49%)
  11/01/1802 MA District 2 (Essex South) Won 51.93% (+3.86%)
  11/03/1800 MA - 3rd Middle Lost 45.01% (-9.95%)
  10/20/1800 MA - 3rd Middle - Special Election - 2nd Trial Lost 46.54% (-6.93%)
  08/25/1800 MA - 3rd Middle - Special Election - 1st Trial Won 49.24% (+3.95%)
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