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John Warwick Daniel

John Warwick Daniel, American senator. Member Virginia House of Delegates, 1869-1872, Senate, 1875-1881; member 49th Congress (1885-1887).

Background

  • Daniel, John Warwick was born on September 5, 1842 in Lynchburg, Virginia, United States. Son of Judge William, Junior and Sarah A. (Warwick) Daniel.

  • Education

    • Educated at Lynchburg College and Doctor Gessner Harrison’s University School. (Doctor of Laws, Washington and Lee, 1883, University of Michigan, 1887). In C.S.A. of Northern Virginia throughout war.

      Wounded 4 times; became adjutant general on General Early’s staff. Studied law, University of Virginia, 1865-1866. Admitted to bar, 1866.

    Career

    • Member Virginia House of Delegates, 1869-1872, Senate, 1875-1881. Presidential elector, 1876. Defeated for government of Virginia, 1881.

      Member 49th Congress (1885-1887). United States senator, 1887-1893, 1893-1899, 1899-1905, 1905-1911, and reëlected, January 1910, for term 1911-1917. Author: Attachments Under the Code of Virginia.

      Negotiable Instruments. Etc. Home: Lynchburg, Va.

    Works

    • Author: Attachments Under the Code of Virginia. Negotiable Instruments.

    Membership

    Member Virginia House of Delegates, 1869-1872, Senate, 1875-1881. Member 49th Congress (1885-1887).

    Connections

    • Married Julia E. Munnell, 1869.
    • father: Judge William Daniel
    • mother: Sarah A. (Warwick) Daniel
    • spouse: Julia E. Munnell
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    Born September 5, 1842
    Died 1910
    (aged 67)
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