Item #009610 Justice of the Peace Commission for Thomas Parkinson signed by Gov. Jeremiah Morrow of Ohio 1824. Jeremiah Morrow, Jeremiah McLene, Thomas B. Carter, Thomas Parkinson.

Justice of the Peace Commission for Thomas Parkinson signed by Gov. Jeremiah Morrow of Ohio 1824

S.l. s.n., 1824. Printed and handwritten document (18 x 32 cm.). Gov. Jeremiah Morrow commissions Thomas Parkinson as a justice of the peace of Short Creek Township, Harrison County, Ohio, for three years on Jan. 10, 1824. Signed on the front by Gov. Jeremiah Morrow (1771-1852), and the secretary of state, Jeremiah McLene (1767-1837), and on the back by Justice of the Peace Thomas B. Carter. Jeremiah McLene (1767-1837) served as Ohio Secretary of State from 1808 to 1831 and represented Ohio in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1833 to 1837. He was born in Pennsylvania and is credited with having risen to the rank of major general of militia during the American Revolution. In Very Good Condition: small stain and puncture in the center fold; lightly foxed. Very Good. Item #009610

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