William Addams Edit Profile
He moved to Berks County, Pennsylvania near Reading, and served as auditor there in 1813 and 1814. He then served on the Berks County commission from 1814 through 1817. In 1822, he was elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving in that body through 1824.
Upon leaving the Congress, he served on the commission for the Deaf and Blind Institution for the states of New York and Ohio. He also served as an associate judge of Berks County from 1839 through 1842, and as a captain in the Reading City Troop. Outside of government, he worked pursuing farm interests.
He died in Spring Township, Pennsylvania, in 1858, and is buried in St. John's Church Cemetery, in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania.
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