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LeMay, Joseph

Territorial House 1855 (District 2)

Party when first elected:  Democratic

Counties Served:  Ramsey

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Date of Birth: ??/??/1819 (uncertain) Date of Death: 
Birth Place:  Birth County:  Birth Country:
Other Names:
Gender:  Male Religion:  Not Reported
City of Residence (when first elected):  Saint Paul

Occupation (when first elected):  None Listed

EDUCATION

OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE

JudgeSt. Paul?, Minnesota (Justice of the Peace) ??/??/18?? to ??/??/18??

FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS

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GENERAL NOTES

He was of French ancestry.

He later moved to Pembina.

"Mr. LeMay was a little "pussy" Frenchman, a justice of the peace, and an earnest Democrat." (Minnesota in Three Centuries, Vol. 2, p. 479)

He is listed as a Democrat in the 1854 election. (A History of the City of St. Paul to 1875, 1983 edition, by J. Fletcher Williams, p. 354)



Map of Saint Paul
Saint Paul, MN
Total Days Served: 364

SESSIONS SERVED

6th Territorial Legislative Session (1855)

  Session Details
Body: Territorial House Elected: 10/10/1854 Term of Office: 1/3/1855 to 1/1/1856
District: 02 Residence: Saint Paul
Counties Represented: Ramsey
Occupation: None Listed
Party: Democratic Party Notes: "Mr. LeMay was a little "pussy" Frenchman, a justice of the peace, and an earnest Democrat." (Minnesota in Three Centuries, Vol. 2, p. 479). He is listed as a Democrat in the 1854 election. (A History of the City of St. Paul to 1875, 1983 edition, by J. Fletcher Williams, p. 354)
Committees:
Estates and Escheats
Militia

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