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Encyclopedia > John Banister
For other people with the same name, see John Banister (disambiguation).

John Banister (December 26, 1734September 30, 1788) was an American lawyer from Petersburg, Virginia. He was educated at Middle Temple in London, England. He served in the House of Burgesses (17651775), Continental Congress in 1778, and Virginia House of Delegates (17761777 and 17811783). During the Revolutionary War, he was a Major and Lt. Colonel in the Virginia militia. Banister is buried in the family plot at Hatcher's Run, the family estate in Dinwiddie County, Virginia.


External links

  • Banister's Congressional biography (http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=B000109)

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John Banister - definition of John Banister in Encyclopedia (135 words)
John Banister (1734–1788) was an American lawyer from Petersburg, Virginia.
John was born on December 26, 1734, and educated in England.
Banister died on September 30, 1788, and is buried in the family plot at Hatcher'd Run, the family estate in Dinwiddie County, Virginia.
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