Conway — Representatives At The General Court
Extracted from "History of the Connecticut Valley in Massachusetts, Volume II," by Louis H. Everts, 1879.
From 1776 to 1857, when the town lost its exclusive representation, Conway was represented at the General Court by the following persons:
Cyrus Rice, Jonathan Whitney, Oliver Wetmore, Lucius Allis, Prince Tohey, Robert Hamilton, Consider Arms, Wm. Billings, Oliver Root, Malachai Maynard, Reuben Bardwell, Capt. Banister, John Williams, Isaac Baker, David Childs, Elisha Billings, Samuel Warren, Joel Parsons, John Arms, Ira Amsden, Joseph Avery, Charles E. Billings, Darius Stearns, Phineas Bartlett, Christopher, Arms, E. D. Hamilton, Otis Childs, N. P. Baker, John Clary, Jas. S. Whitney, E. F. Ames, Edwin Cooley, and R. A. Coffin.
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