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AMOS C. NOYES


Photo credit:

Linn, John Blair.  History of Centre and Clinton Counties, Pennsylvania.  Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1883.

 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1863 Democrat
1864 Democrat
1865 Democrat
1872 Democrat
1873 Democrat
 Counties   Cameron, Clinton, Lycoming, McKean, Sullivan

Biography

09/17/1818 - 09/03/1880

Clinton and Lycoming Counties (1863-1864), Cameron, Clinton and McKean Counties (1865, 1871), Clinton, Lycoming and Sullivan Counties (1872-1873)

NOYES, Amos C., a Representative from Cameron, Clinton, Lycoming, McKean, and Sullivan Counties; born, September 17, 1817 in Grafton County, NH; farmer; merchant; partner, Notes, Bridgens, and Co., lumber trade; elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1863 term, reelected for two subsequent terms, not a candidate for reelection to the House for the 1866 term; Democratic Presidential elector (1868); reelected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1871 term, reelected for two more subsequent terms; unsuccessful campaign, Pennsylvania Governor (1875); member, Board of Public Charitie; elected, State Treasurer (1877-1880); died, September 3, 1880 in Westport, Clinton County, Pennsylvania; interred, Noyes Family Cemetery, Westport, Clinton County, Pennsylvania.