Elisha W. McComas
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McComas was living in Cabell County (now in West Virginia) when he was elected Virginia's lieutenant governor. He began his term on 1 January 1856 and resigned on 7 December 1857, when he was succeeded by William Lowther Jackson. McComas served as Captain in the U.S. Army during the Mexican-American War.
Shelton Farrar Leake
|Lieutenant Governor of Virginia
1856 – 1857
William Lowther "Mudwall" Jackson
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