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William Piper

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1817-1818 14 Democratic-Republican
1819-1820 14 Democratic-Republican
1821-1822 22 Democratic-Republican
1823-1824 22 Democratic-Republican
1825-1826 22 Democratic-Republican
1827-1828 22 Democratic-Republican
1829-1830 22 Democratic-Republican
1831-1832 22 Democratic-Republican
 Counties   Bedford, Cambria, Somerset

Biography

1774 - 1852

Col. William Piper was the son of state Senator John and Elizabeth Catherine Lusk Piper He was born at Bloody Run (Everett), Bedford County, Pa., January 1, 1774; commanded a regiment during the War of 1812; served as adjutant general of Pennsylvania after the war; elected as a Jeffersonian Republican to Congress, 1811-1817; died in Hopewell Township, near Everett, Pa., 1852; interred at Piper Cemetery, on his farm bear Everett.