George Washington Jones (Texas politician)
|George Washington Jones|
|United States Congressman
Texas 5th Congressional District
|Preceded by||Dewitt Clinton Giddings|
|Succeeded by||James W. Throckmorton|
|Lieutenant Governor of Texas|
|Bastrop County Attorney|
September 5, 1828|
Marion County, Alabama
|Died||July 11, 1903
|Resting place||Fairview Cemetery|
|Political party||Greenback Democrat|
|Spouse(s)||Laura Ann Mullins|
|Allegiance||Confederate States Army|
|Service/branch||Robert T. Allen’s
Seventeenth Texas Infantry
Early life 
Military service 
Public service 
From 1858 until 1860, Jones served as Bastrop County Attorney. He was a delegate to the Texas state constitutional convention in 1866. Jones was elected Lieutenant Governor in 1866, with James W. Throckmorton as Governor. Both Jones and Throckmorton were removed from office in 1867 by General Philip Henry Sheridan for being obstructions to Reconstruction. In 1879, he was elected as United States Congressman for the Texas 5th Congressional District.
Personal life and death 
- "George Washington Jones genealogy". LDS Compact Disc #10 Pin #122475: LDS Family Search.org.
- "The 17th Texas Volunteer Infantry Regiment". J.P. Blessington. Retrieved 2 July 2010.
- Guttery, Ben (2008). Representing Texas: a Comprehensive History of U.S. and Confederate Senators and Representatives from Texas. BookSurge Publishing. p. 89. ISBN 978-1-4196-7884-4.
- Cutrer, Thomas W: GW Jones from the Handbook of Texas Online. Retrieved 2 July 2010. Texas State Historical Association
- "Grave of George Washington Jones". Find a Grave. Retrieved 2 July 2010.
- "Grave of Laura Jones". Find a Grave. Retrieved 2 July 2010.
|Lieutenant Governor of Texas
James W. Flanagan
|United States House of Representatives|
De Witt C. Giddings
|Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Texas's 5th congressional district
James W. Throckmorton