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Governor from 1913-1917.
Pierpont served as the governor of the Loyal Government of Virginia during the Civil War and helped to establish the new state of West Virginia.
Born in Waynesburg, Pa. July 24, 1823. His parents moved to Middlebourne, Tyler County at the age of 4. Studied law with his brother and brother-in-law and admitted to the bar in Parkersburg at the age of 20. Lived at Wheeling when Governor of W. Va.
Born in Waynesburg, Pa. July 24, 1823. His parents moved to Middleborne, Tyler County at the age of 4. Studied law with his brother and brother-in-law and admitted to the bar in Parkersburg at the age of 20. Lived at Wheeling when Governor of W. Va.
Born in Waynesburg, Pa. July 24, 1823. His parents moved to Middleborne, Tyler County at the age of 4. Studied law with his brother and brother-in-law and admitted to the bar in Parkersburg at the age of 20. Lived at Wheeling when Governor of W. Va.
Born in Waynesburg, Pa. July 24, 1823. His parents moved to Middleborne, Tyler County at the age of 4. Studied law with his brother and brother-in-law and admitted to the bar in Parkersburg at the age of 20. Lived at Wheeling when Govenor of W. Va.