Category:Alexander W. Monroe
English: Alexander W. Monroe (December 29, 1817 – March 16, 1905) was a prominent Virginia (later West Virginia) schoolteacher, farmer, lawyer, surveyor, politician, newspaper editor and publisher, and an officer in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. Monroe served as a member of the Virginia General Assembly (1850–1851 and 1862–1865) and West Virginia House of Delegates (1875–1877 and 1879–1883) representing Hampshire County. Monroe served as Speaker of the West Virginia House of Delegates during the 1875–1877 legislative session. Monroe also represented Hampshire County in the West Virginia Constitutional Convention of 1872.
American schoolteacher, farmer, lawyer, surveyor, military officer, politician, newspaper editor and newspaper publisher, Confederate States Army officer, and Speaker of the West Virginia House of Delegates
|Date of birth||29 December 1817|
|Date of death||16 March 1905|
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