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Wilson Cary Nicholas

American politician

Died when: 59 years 253 days (716 months)
Star Sign: Aquarius

 

Wilson Cary Nicholas

{{Infobox officeholder|name = Wilson Cary Nicholas|image = Wilson Cary Nicholas 2.jpg|caption = Wilson Cary Nicholas, by Gilbert Stuart. 1805.|office = 19th Governor of Virginia|term_start = December 1, 1814|term_end = December 1, 1816|predecessor = James Barbour|successor = James P.

Preston|order2 = Member of the U.S.House of Representativesfrom Virginia's 21st district|term_start2 = March 4, 1807|term_end2 = November 27, 1809|predecessor2 = Thomas M.

Randolph, Jr.|successor2 = David S.Garland|office3 = United States Senator from Virginia|state = Virginia|term_start3 = December 5, 1799|term_end3 = May 22, 1804|predecessor3 = Henry Tazewell|successor3 = Andrew Moore|office4 = Member of the Virginia House of Delegates from [[Albemarle County, Virginia|Albemarle County|term_start4 = 1794|term_end4 = December 1789 |predecessor4 = William Clarke |successor4 = William Woods|alongside4 = Edward Moore, Joseph Jones Monroe, Francis Walker|office5 = Member of the Virginia House of Delegates from [[Albemarle County, Virginia|Albemarle County|term_start5 = 1788|term_end5 = 1789 |predecessor5 = George Nicholas |successor5 = William Clarke|alongside5 = Francis Walker|office6 = Member of the Virginia House of Delegates from [[Albemarle County, Virginia|Albemarle County|term_start6 = 1784|term_end6 = 1786 |predecessor6 = George Nicholas |successor6 = George Nicholas|alongside6= Joshua FryEdward Carter|birth_date = January 31, 1761 |birth_place = Williamsburg, Colony of Virginia, British America|death_date = October 10, 1820 (aged 59)|death_place = Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S.|relations = Robert Carter Nicholas Sr. (Father)George Nicholas (Brother)John Nicholas (Brother)Robert C.

Nicholas (Nephew)Samuel Smith (Brother in law)Robert Smith (Brother in Law)|party = Democratic-Republican|alma_mater = College of William and Mary}} Wilson Cary Nicholas (January 31, 1761 – October 10, 1820) was an American politician who served in the U.S.

Senate from 1799 to 1804 and was the 19th Governor of Virginia from 1814 to 1816.


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