Which famous people have you outlived?

William Wyatt Bibb

American politician

Died when: 38 years 282 days (465 months)
Star Sign: Libra

 

William Wyatt Bibb

{{Infobox Governor|name = William Wyatt Bibb |image = William Wyatt Bibb.jpg|imagesize = 130px|order = 1st|office = Governor of Alabama|term_start = December 14, 1819|term_end = July 10, 1820Territory: March 6, 1817– December 14, 1819|predecessor = Position established|successor = Thomas Bibb|order2 = United States Senatorfrom Georgia|term_start2 = November 6, 1813|term_end2 = November 9, 1816|predecessor2= William B.

Bulloch |successor2 = George Troup|order3 = Member of the U.S.House of Representativesfrom Georgia's at-large district|term_start3 = January 26, 1807|term_end3 = November 6, 1813|predecessor3= Thomas Spalding |successor3 = Alfred Cuthbert|office4 = Member of the Georgia House of Representativesfrom Elbert County|term4 = 1803–1805|birth_date = October 2, 1781|birth_place = Amelia County, Virginia|death_date = July 10, 1820 (aged 38)|death_place = Elmore County, Alabama|party = Democratic-Republican|spouse = Mary Freeman|alma_mater = College of William & Mary;University of Pennsylvania|profession = Physician|religion =|signature = William Wyatt Bibb Signature.svg>> William Wyatt Bibb (October 2, 1781 – July 10, 1820) was a United States Senator from Georgia and the first Governor of the U.S. state of Alabama.

Bibb County, Alabama, and Bibb County, Georgia, are named for him.He was a member of the Democratic-Republican political party.

Bibb served as governor of the Alabama Territory from August 1817 to December 1819, and as the first elected governor of the state of Alabama from December 1819 to his death on July 10, 1820.


Related People

Wilson Cary Nicholas
American politician
Armistead Thomson Mason
American politician
Robert Williams
American politician
This content was extracted from Wikipedia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License