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Hon. Philip Doddridge
(b. 17 May 1773 - d. 19 Nov 1832) Range 29 Site 65-67
A Representative from Virginia. Reared on a farm, studied law and admitted to the bar in 1797. Elected to the 21st and 22nd Congresses and served from 1829 until his death.
The National Intelligencer, Thursday, November 22, 1832
The funeral of the Hon Philip Doddridge took place yesterday from Brown's Hotel. It was attended by almost all the officers of the government residing here, by Ex-President Adams, all the other members of Congress now in the city, the corporate authorities, and a large number of citizens.
The procession was formed under the superintendence of the Clerk and Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Representatives, as follows:
Order of Procession:
Chaplin and Attending Physicians
Members of Congress now in the City
President of the United States (Jackson)
Heads of Departments
Mayor (Van Ness), and Corporate Authorities of Washington
Citizens and Strangers.
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