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Encyclopedia > Hugh McVay

Hugh McVay (17881851) was the Democratic Governor of the U.S. state of Alabama from July 17 to November 22, 1837. He was president of the state senate when Governor Clement C. Clay was appointed to the United States Senate, and became governor when Clay resigned.

Preceded by:
Clement C. Clay
Governor of Alabama
1837
Succeeded by:
Arthur P. Bagby

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Alabama Governor Hugh McVay (189 words)
Hugh McVay was born in 1788 in South Carolina.
McVay served in the Alabama House of Representatives from 1820-1825 and in the State Senate from 1825-1844.
McVay's short term of office was characterized by a continuation of the problems and policies of the C. Clay administration.
Hugh McVay Information (218 words)
Hugh and Sarah's children were: Hugh, IV born 1766 in Greenville, SC; Sarah, born 1767 in Person County, NC; Martha, born 1769; Kinson, born 1784 andZadock, born 1787 in Greenville, SC.
Hugh asnd Martha's children were: Claiborn, Jordon, Pleasant, Langston and Martha born 1785 in Pickens County, SC Hugh McVay IV first married Poly Hawks, secondly married Mary LaFain and thirdly married Sophia W. Davidson.
Hugh and Poly's children were: Averilla; Susan; Henry; Sarah Parthenian born April 24, 1802 in Florence, AL; Hugh V born 1806 in Madison County, AL; Rebecca born Sept. 9, 1810; Elizabeth born 1813 in Madison County, AL and Atlantic Pacific born 1815 in Madison County, AL.
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