Clark W. May
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|Clark W. May|
|President of the Senate of West Virginia|
|Preceded by||Anthony Smith|
|Succeeded by||Gustavus A. Northcott|
|Member of the West Virginia Senate|
|Attorney General of West Virginia|
|Preceded by||Romeo H. Freer|
|Succeeded by||William G. Conley|
July 14, 1869|
Griffithsville, West Virginia, U.S.
|Died||April 25, 1908
West Virginia, U.S.
Clark W. May was the Republican President of the West Virginia Senate from Lincoln County and served from 1903 to 1905. He died in 1908 of complications of a leg amputation that he received after an accident in which he fell from a buggy.
- "Attorney General CW May Dead", Raleigh Herald, Thursday, April 30, 1908, Beckley, West Virginia, United States Of America
|President of the WV Senate
Gustavus A. Northcott
Romeo H. Freer
|Attorney General of West Virginia
William G. Conley
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