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Encyclopedia > Thomas Bibb

Thomas Bibb was the Democratic Governor of the U.S. state of Alabama from 1820 to 1821. He was president of the state senate when his brother, Governor William Wyatt Bibb, died in office on July 10, 1820, and took over as governor for the remainder of his term. He was married to Parmelia Thompson.

Preceded by:
William Wyatt Bibb
Governor of Alabama
1820–1821
Succeeded by:
Israel Pickens

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