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SAMUEL W. MORRIS


 

Sessions

Session Office Position District Party
1971 Representative 155 Democrat
1972 Representative 155 Democrat
1973 Representative 155 Democrat
1974 Representative 155 Democrat
1975 Representative 155 Democrat
1976 Representative 155 Democrat
1977 Representative 155 Democrat
1978 Representative 155 Democrat
1981 Representative 155 Democrat
1982 Representative 155 Democrat
1983 Representative 155 Democrat
1984 Representative 155 Democrat
1985 Representative 155 Democrat
1986 Representative 155 Democrat
1987 Representative 155 Democrat
1988 Representative 155 Democrat
1989 Representative 155 Democrat
1990 Representative 155 Democrat
 Counties   Chester

Biography

08/21/1918 - 12/17/1995

MORRIS, Samuel Wheeler, a Representative from Chester County; born in Atlantic City, Atlantic County, NJ, August 21, 1918; B.S., Harvard College, 1940; J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1949; captain, Corps of Engineers, United States Army (1941-1946, World War II); attorney, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius; attorney, Cremers, Morris & Greenwood; farmer; executive board, Chester County Council; elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1971 term and served 8 nonconsecutive terms thereafter (1973-1978 and 1981-1990); appointed, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (1985-1990); unsuccessful candidate for reelection to the House (1978, 1990); died, December 17, 1995 in South Coventry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; interred, Saint Peters Church in the Great Valley Cemetery, Malvern, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
 
  
 
Archival Collections

Papers of Hon. Samuel W. Morris, 1971-1978, 1981-1990, Pennsylvania House of Representatives Archives, Harrisburg.